Robert Pattinson wins British Performer of The Year – Richard Attenborough Film Awards   6 comments

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Robert Pattinson’s fans stay on true form as they publicly vote him the winner of the 2013 Richard Attenborough Film Award  for British Performer of  the Year as Edward Cullen in the world-wide box office hit The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part Two. Robert is no stranger to the RAFTA as he also won this award last year for his performance in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part One. The award is the only of the RAFA’s to be voted for by the general public is a great testament to the commitment and loyalty of both Twihards and Robert Pattinson fans all round the UK.

Rob beat out some great competition this year from the likes of Christian Bale: The Dark Knight Rises, Emily Blunt: The Five Year Engagement, Daniel Craig: Skyfall, Judi Dench: Skyfall, Colin Firth: Gambit, Andrew Garfield: The Amazing Spider-Man, Keira Knightley: Anna Karenina, Emma Watson: The Perks Of Being A Wallflower and Rachel Weisz: The Bourne Legacy.

Full list of winners HERE

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6 responses to “Robert Pattinson wins British Performer of The Year – Richard Attenborough Film Awards

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  1. Pingback: Confirmed- More details – Robert Pattinson wins as Best British Performance of the Year (public vote) at Uk Regional Film Awards/ Robert Pattinsoon vince di nuovo al Richard Attenborough Film Awards- confermato, più dettagli - RobertPattinsonMoms

  2. He deserves it. After seeing him in Cosmopolis, he can do anything. He was absolutely wonderful in it. This guy can act. Love him.

  3. Congratulations Robert on your being voted British Performer of the Year! We in the US are so proud of you and all your roles in the Twilight Saga amd Cosmopolis and can hardly wait for The Rover! We love you. Keep as sweet as you are. You are a lovely person.

  4. ofcourse noone deserves than him i luv u robert

  5. he deserve it for sureeeeeeeeeeee

  6. yeeees!:)

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