5 Reasons Why Charlie Hunnam Should NOT Be Underrated

5 Reasons Why Charlie Hunnam Should NOT Be Underrated

Whether you're a fan of the movies/Tv shows he stars in or not...you cannot deny how awesome Charlie Hunnam is

Whether you're a "Sons of Anarchy" or "King Arthur" fan — (some of his most popular roles) — it is hard to deny the how, frankly, awesome Charlie Hunnam is... He unfortunately seems to be underrated, and forgotten about a lot, so here is 5 reasons why Charlie Hunnam should NOT be underrated.

1. His acting is always on point

Charlie is a British actor so yes he naturally has that adorable British accent, but if you watch most of the roles he plays he can hide it and act as if he is American. He can play both roles. From romantic, angry, funny, serious, or sad, Charlie can do all of the above.

2. He has a sense of humor

From the movie "King Arthur" to "Sons of Anarchy," Charlie cannot go through a whole acting role without having some humor. Even in all his interviews he adds jokes in. He just naturally has a bubbly, flirty sense of humor. That’s another +10 for Charlie.

3. He built his way up

Charlie’s dad was a scrap metal merchant and his mother was a business owner. For several years of his life he was moved from place to place, and attended different schools. He ended up getting a degree in theory and history of film and was discovered in a shoe shop (drunk buying shoes for his brother) on Christmas Eve at age 17. From day one he worked his way up.

4. He takes his health seriously

Charlie spends hours on end working out for the parts he’s playing but not only that, he stays fit on and off set. It’s definitely possible he will be 90 years old with rock hard abs

5. His looks are OFF THE CHARTS

I mean seriously... Charlie Hunnam is secretly a Greek God or what? Blue eyes, blonde hair, A1 body, luscious hair, a smile to kill. He has it all.

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Musical Theatre Characters as College Majors

What would Evan Hansen study at school?

Not many musicals take place in a university setting, but what would happen if our favorite characters decided to go to college? What would they major in?

1. Nursing-Eliza Schuyler Hamilton from "Hamilton"

If I had to pick one person to take care of me when I'm sick, it'd be Eliza. She's incredibly patient and caring and would be great in a caregiving role, but she also possesses the smarts and motivation to succeed in such a challenging major.

2. Engineering-Willy Wonka from "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory"

He's already created a wondrous candy factory. If Willy Wonka learned the mechanics behind engineering, his imagination would reach new levels.

3. Education-Maria from "The Sound of Music"

Patient, compassionate, intelligent, and selfless...what more could you want in a future educator?

4. Music-Christine from "Phantom of the Opera"

Beautiful soprano voice + passionate and drive = successful music major.

5. Psychology-Natalie from "Next to Normal"

Natalie has grown up with a mother suffering from bipolar disorder and a father coping with depression. Mental health is close to her heart, I'm sure, and I think she would want to contribute to the important field of psychology.

6. Business-Harold Hill from "The Music Man"

So, maybe his first business venture isn't exactly ethical, but obviously he has drive and passion, so that's a good start!

7. Communications-Katherine Plumber from "Newsies"

Let's face it, this girl knows how to make a difference by spreading the word. After organizing a huge strike, I'm sure she's more than prepared to head into the world of communications.

8. Computer Science- Evan Hansen from "Dear Evan Hansen"

Evan is intelligent and he's obviously learned his lesson about the powers of technology. I think his skills would best be used in a forward-thinking career like this one.

9. Political Science-Tracy from "Hairspray"

Tracy is determined, inspiring, courageous, and a dreamer. There's a variety of things you can do with a political science degree, but if Tracy ever decided to run for office, I'd vote for her.

10. English- Belle from "Beauty and the Beast"

Well, she obviously loves to read and has a great understanding of the English language. Belle would thrive in the English department and whether she went on to be an editor, journalist, teacher, writer, or anything else, she'd be great!

11. Theatre-Glinda from "Wicked"

Have you ever met someone so perfect for the stage? Glinda is confident and charming on the surface, yet thoughtful and compassionate underneath. She has the work ethic, talent, and passion needed to succeed in such a competitive career.

12. Biology-Frederick Frankenstein from "Young Frankenstein"

He may already be a scientist, but he definitely would love to learn more about biology.

13. Visual Arts-Jack from "Into the Woods"

Artists need to be equal parts creative and critical thinkers. I think Jack would be fantastic in an art major because he cares about others but is also clever.

Honorable Mention: Joan-Medium Alison from "Fun Home"

Sorry. I couldn't help myself.

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A Collection Of Poems

A collection of poems that I have written.

I have always liked writing poetry, so I have decided to share a couple of my favorite poems that I have written. They are pretty short, but I hope you all enjoy!

A simple touch

A kind word

Is all someone might need

To feel alive, to feel anything at all

The feeling that lingers

Always in the back of your mind

Rides through the day with you unaware

Until night when it flies into your dreams

Sometimes the unknown is the scariest of all

You know the past and you know the present

But the future, the unknown, continues to loom in your path

Until one day you walk right into it

And realize you still don’t know what you want

Truth flies in the wind,

Eager to set the story straight

While lies come swooping in like vultures,

Determined to seize those want to be free.

The petals on a flower,

Delicate like the mind.

People insist on picking those flowers and picking on your mind.

Why can’t people believe that the mind is beautiful like flowers?

Why do we have so much hate?

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