Brendan Fraser gets choked up hearing a fan's words of support

Brendan Fraser is enjoying a Brenaissance. Actors are finally being offered major roles after many years of being out of the spotlight. Recently, he was announced to be cast in Martin Scorse's film Killers Of The Flower Moon. He also stars in Darren Aronofskys The Whale and can currently be seen intimidating Don Cheadle, Benicio de Toro, and Steven Soderberghs No Sudden Move, on HBO Max. Fraser was touched by the support he received during a virtual meet-and greet with fans.AdvertisementA TikTok fan, Lindley Key, uploaded a video in which she spoke with Fraser. He joked that he may be a bit anxious to appear in a Scorsese movie with legendary actors like Robert De Niro or Leonardo DiCaprio. Kay said to the actor that the internet was so behind him and so supportive. There are so many people out here who love you and we are rooting for your success.Brendan Fraser was a star of Hollywood in the 1990s and 2000s. After his breakout performances in Encino Man, School Ties and Encino Man, he went on as Universals rebooted of The Mummy's headliner and a regular guest star on Scrubs. In a 2018 GQ profile, Fraser explained that he eventually left the starring role for several reasons. After being hurt from stunt work, Fraser had to undergo multiple medical procedures: a laminectomy and partial knee replacements, as well as surgery on the compressed spinal pads and vocal cord repairs.Fraser also revealed to GQs Zach Baron, that he was sexually assaulted in 2003 by Philip Berk. Berk is an ex-president of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. This organization is behind the Golden Globes. Fraser claims Berk pulled at the actor's buttocks, and then inserted his finger into their anus. Fraser's team asked Berk to apologize. Berk, however, stated that he had not done any wrongdoing and that he would be making a statement to GQ. He said that he was sorry but that he didn't regret it.