Brad Pitt suffers from prosopagnosia, a disorder that does not allow him to recognize faces, and says: “No one believes me!” GQ Magazine Hollywood USA USA United States Celebs RMMN | SHOWS


american actor Brad Pitt He claims to have a medical disorder that makes it difficult for him to recognize the faces of people he is familiar with and makes him seem distant, he reveals in an interview with GQ magazine released Thursday.

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The 58-year-old interpreter of cult films such as “Fight Club” stars on the August cover of the men’s publication and on its pages He briefly refers to this pathology, called prosopagnosia and which has never been officially diagnosed.

“Nobody believes me!”tells his interviewer about this neurological condition, which can be genetic or acquired due to a stroke or head injuryand adds: “I would like to meet someone else (who has prosopagnosia).

According to local media, Pitt acknowledged that he might have prosopagnosia in an interview with Esquire in 2013, in which he maintained that sometimes his acquaintances get angry and believe that he is disrespecting them when he does not remember who they are, and admitted that this is why he prefers to stay at home.

In the GQ piece, the actor talks about a multitude of topics, especially related to art, since is focused on his work as a producer, and health, including what he considers the search for his “authentic self” or his withdrawal from alcohol, which he has maintained for almost six years.

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