The Hollywood Reporter
Even The Rock can't be a rock sometimes.
Dwayne Johnson, the pro wrestler turned big-screen actor whose bicep alone is probably bigger than your entire upper body, reveals in a candid interview with The Hollywood Reporter (June 27 issue) that he's had his fair share of struggles in the past—from getting into trouble with the law as a teenager to getting kicked out of his home at 14 to being dumped as a professional football player—and Johnson admits it ultimately led to depression.
"I didn't want to do a thing," he recalled. "I didn't want to go anywhere. I was crying constantly. Eventually you reach a point where you are all cried out."