Entertainment: Jonah Hill: US actor no longer wants to advertise his films - because of his anxiety, Jonah Hill has been suffering from anxiety attacks that are strengthened by media appearances for almost 20 years. The actor and director now wants to appear less often

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  Jonah Hill: US-Schauspieler will seine Filme nicht mehr bewerben - wegen seiner Angstattacken © Christoph Soeder/ dpa Jonah Hill partially withdraws from the spotlight. The actor and director would no longer want to advertise his films at public events in the future. The 38-year-old wrote this in an open letter. Hill is known for films like "War Dogs",

"The Wolf of Wall Street"


"to win art - Moneyball" . His achievements as the main and secondary actor brought him nominations for the Golden Globe and the Oscar. Most recently, Hill was seen in the film "Don’t Look Up" . He directed the youth drama »Mid90s« , for which he also wrote the script. The mirror summarizes the most important news of the day for you: what was really important today - and what it means. Your daily newsletter update at 6 p.m. Subscribe now free of charge

The Untold Truth Of The Man From Toronto

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his new film "Stutz" helped him to find this knowledge. The documentary is about Hill and his therapists. The actor wants to show the audience what he learned in his therapy.

He had recognized "by traveling self -discovery" in the film that he has been suffering from anxiety attacks for almost 20 years. Media appearances strengthened the attacks. Hill was grateful that the film will celebrate premiere at a festival in autumn. "However, you won't see me out there to promote this film or one of my upcoming films." He will make it his own protection.

Jonah Hill Hated McLovin Actor After His First Superbad Audition .
Judd Apatow recalls Jonah Hill detesting McLovin actor Christopher Mintz-Plasse during an early Superbad audition, and explains why he was still cast.Although most of them had already been acting for years, the 2007 teen comedy was a breakout film for much of the cast, including Jonah Hill, Michael Cera, and Emma Stone. Perhaps the film's biggest breakout character, however, was Fogell, a.k.a. McLovin, who was played by Mintz-Plasse. While ostensibly a story about Hill and Cera's characters' friendship, Fogell steals just about every scene he's in as their dorky classmate with an outsized sense of cockiness and a fake I.D.

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