Gary Oldman Says Harry Potter and The Dark Knight ‘Saved’ Him

Gary Oldman credits “Harry Potter” and “The Dark Knight” for saving his career. Speaking on The Drew Barrymore Show, Oldman expressed gratitude for the stability and income these franchise films provided, allowing him to spend more time with his children after a divorce. Portraying Sirius Black in the “Harry Potter” series and Commissioner Gordon in Christopher Nolan’s “Dark Knight” trilogy, Oldman found solace in being able to balance work and family. Despite his legendary status in films like “Leon” and “The Fifth Element,” it was these franchise roles that offered the support he needed during a challenging period in his life. With his children’s custody in hand, Oldman made the decision to prioritize parenting over extensive travel for work, finding a balance between his home in Los Angeles and filming locations in London for these blockbuster movies.

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