Celebrities don't often appear to be particularly humble, but you can't help but admire the amount of success Dwayne Johnson has received throughout his life, despite the difficult journey he faced growing up.
Due to his father's job as a professional wrestler, the youngster was always in and out of trouble and decided to enter the family business after failing to fulfill his first ambition of becoming a professional wrestler in less than a decade. He then packed his bags and headed off to Hollywood.
The Rock is now so well-known that he may co-create a sitcom about his own life – and may guest star in it as the current-day version of himself – and audiences will enthuse it. Reflecting on an upcoming episode of Young Rock, the 50-year-old looked back at how his experiences eventually led him to become arguably the world's greatest actor.
Johnson is wistfully looking back at his own achievements through the lens of a series about his own life that he co-created, executive produces, and introduces in from time to time, but it's difficult to deny the man his glories.
For a reason, he describes himself as the hardest worker in the room, even if it wasn't enough to get Black Adam a sequel, but he's managed to take a huge setback in his stride.