Australian actor Sam Worthington became a Hollywood star in large part due to the fact that he auditioned for a role in a movie with one of the most influential directors in Hollywood, James Cameron, in an angry, "don't waste my time" mood. His audition attracted the attention of James Cameron because he seemed such a natural fit for the role of Jake Sully in the movie "Avatar" and it has changed the life of Sam Worthington forever.
Sam Worthington is now a worldwide star whose popularity has exploded in his native Australia. Before the global success of the movie "Avatar" he could shop at the grocery store or walk down the street and no one was taking pictures of him or reporting what he was wearing. Today, in Australia, Sam Worthington can barely walk down the street without countless pictures being taken of him or his girlfriend, celebrity Australian model Lara Bingle. The attention in Australia has reached such a level that Sam Worthington and his girlfriend have made the decision to move to New York to avoid the public scrutiny they experience in Australia.
Since the release of Avatar he has become one of the busiest actors in Hollywood as numerous film opportunities have come his way. Sam Worthington has filmed several noteworthy films including "Terminator Salvation", "Clash of the Titans" and "Wrath of the Titans". He has six projects in process in 2014 including his current project "Kidnapping Freddy Heineken" and two more in 2015 and this does not include the Avatar films which will be released starting 2016. Sam Worthington has become a Hollywood superstar actor whose acting schedule is the dream of most actors for how many projects he has available to him.
Sam Worthington is one of Hollywood's busiest actors and he can attribute his success and stardom to being angry at having to audition for a unknown part for the celebrated Hollywood producer James Cameron. Only in Hollywood could such a story be true and because of it movie audiences are now able to enjoy the talents of one of the best actors in Hollywood, Sam Worthington.