Thanks, Professor X: “Star Trek” and “X-Men” star Patrick Stewart teaches aspiring actors the art of the "quadruple take" in this YouTube video.
Stewart, 73, schools jazz singer and fianceé Sunny Ozell, 35, in acting with his so-called master class. Stewart looks cozy while he teaches in a hooded sweatshirt and shorts, his fiancée's pedicured feet resting on his knees. In under three minutes, Stewart explains the art of a double, triple and quadruple take for a short but adorable acting lesson.
Stewart and Ozell have been together since 2009. Stewart’s real-life friend and onscreen nemesis Ian McKellen, who plays Magneto in the “X-Men" films, will officiate the couple’s wedding.
This isn’t the first time Stewart has made waves on social media: He had to clear the air in May after he tweeted a photo of himself eating his first slice of pizza. It turns out it was just his first time eating pizza without a fork and knife – Ozell taught him to how to fold over the slice. Obviously, these two lovebirds are learning a lot from each other.
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