Through the late 90s and early 2000s, going to the movies meant going to watch Brendan Fraser

Brendan's earliest work included 1992's 'School Ties' with other future stars - Matt Damon and Ben Affleck included

Five years later, he had become Hollywood's most beloved beefcake, starring in the spoofy 'George Of The Jungle'

In 1999, Brendan Fraser became a superstar, if he wasn't already, with the first 'Mummy' film

In between, Brendan starred in comedies like 'Bedazzled,' fantasies like 'Monkeybone' as well as dramatic fare like 'The Quiet American'

Then, suddenly, he disappeared - almost. For nearly a decade,

he appeared in small roles in small films Brendan Fraser revealed in 2018 that he had been sexually harassed by a studio executive

The experience combined with health issues resulted in the decline of his blockbuster career

Brendan Fraser is now back - he was in acclaimed show 'The Affair' and was too have played the villain in the cancelled Batgirl film

He stars in 'The Whale,' directed by Darren Aronofsky, this year and three films out next year


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