& # 39; I know how happy I am & # 39 ;: Stranger Things & # 39; Dacre Montgomery shares a tribute to undiscovered actors and admits that he & # 39; met much finer, hard-working artists than himself
He became one of & # 39; the world's most popular new talents after scoring the role of Billy Hargrove bully in the Netflix series Stranger Things.
And it seems that Dacre Montgomery, 24, is just as talented as he is, after the star came to Instagram on Tuesday with an emotional tribute to undiscovered actors on Tuesday.
The Perth-born hunk uploaded a simple black-and-white image with the text: & # 39; This is a shout out to all the great artists around the world who remain unnoticed & # 39 ;.
& # 39; I know how happy I am & # 39 ;: Stranger Things & # 39; Dacre Montgomery, 24, has paid tribute to undiscovered actors while admitting that he & # 39; met much finer, hard-working artists than himself
In the caption he wrote: & # 39; For every (one) working artist. There are thousands who have missed an opportunity. & # 39;
& # 39; I say with absolute honesty – in the last 10 years I have met much finer, more talented, harder working artists. People who radiate glare – but never get a chance. & # 39;
He continued to mention the types of talented people he encountered during his career.
Humble: the Perth-born hunk uploaded a simple black-and-white image with the text: & # 39; This is a shout for all the great artists around the world who go unnoticed & # 39;
Much in demand: Dacre became one of & # 39; the world's hottest new talents after scoring the role of Billy Hargrove bully in the Netflix series Stranger Things (photo)
& # 39; Actors, I shrink in front of. Musicians who make me cry, & # 39; he wrote and added: & # 39; Voices that are never heard. People who perform with a weight of experience and worldly trauma. People I admire and draw inspiration from every day. & # 39;
The always modest thespian continued: & Every time I have had the chance to be on a film set, I know what it means to be there. I know how happy I am. So this is for the undiscovered talents of the world. The people who gave up. The people who thought their capacities would not be used. & # 39;
Dacre completed his post with an exciting inspirational message: & # 39; Make a point of view. Stand up. Believe in yourself and your talents. Know that I believe it too … just because you didn't get the chance doesn't mean you don't deserve it. … So, GO OUT AND GET IT! & # 39;
The start: Dacre got his first role in Betrand the Terrible alongside other rising Perth star, Troye Sivan, in 2010, before taking the lead in 2011 in TV pilot, Family Tree (photo).
First big hit: it wasn't until 2015 that he got his first major breakthrough when he was cast as Jason (Red Ranger) in Power Rangers (photo)
Dacre got his first acting appearance in 2010, starring in a short film called Betrand the Terrible.
When he was 16 years old, he appeared in the film alongside fellow rising Perth star Troye Sivan, before taking the lead in the unsuccessful TV pilot Family Tree.
Only in 2015, just 15 months after graduating from WAAPA in Perth, did he get his first major breakthrough when he was cast as Jason (Red Ranger) in Power Rangers.
The film came on the big screen in 2017 to receive rave reviews, with Dacre making his debut the same year as Billy in Stranger Things 2.
Netflix & # 39; s newest star: after his debut as Billy Hargrove on Stranger Things 2 in 2017, Dacre quickly became a favorite with fans as the bad boy who everyone hated (photo)
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