Over the years, RDJ has surely evolved into one of the most famous, popular and also, respected actors in the field of Hollywood. With a great list of credits to the actor’s name, RDJ has stayed fresh and new after over 40 years in his business. RDJ had his debut as an actor when he was five years old in the movie, Pound in the year, 1970. This had been directed and written by his father, Robert Downey Sr. He had built the movie repertoire all throughout the 1980s and also the 1990s with his roles in Weird Science (1985), Tuff Turf (1985), Wonder Boys (2000) and also, True Believer (1989). In the year, 1992, the actor had earned an Academy Award nomination and also earned a BAFTA for Best Actor for his performance in his role in Chaplin in the year, 1992.
In the year, 1997, RDJ had been seen in The Gingerbread Man in the year, 1998 with Daryl Hannah, EmbethDavidtz and Kenneth Branagh in One Night Stand and this had been directed by Mike Figgisand also starred NastassjaKinski and Wesley Snipes. He had made an appearance in Hugo Pool, and this had been directed by his father, Robert Downey Sr. and also starred Patrick Dempsey and Sean Penn. In the year, 1999, RDJ had made an appearance in Black & White in the year, 1999 and this had been directed and written by James Toback, with Elijah Wood, Ben Stiller, Brooke Shields, Claudia Schiffer and Gaby Hoffmann. In the year, 1999, he had starred with Aidan Quinn and Annette Bening in In Dreams, and this had been directed by Neil Jordan.
He is most well-known for his role as Iron Man in the MCU which he has played for ten years now. He had kick-started the MCU with the Iron Man movie in the year, 2008. In light of this, here are 25 times that RDJ has proven that he is a real life, Iron Man: