Heath Ledger, Face Reading. Let’s celebrate the superstar with a fresh look at his famously endearing face.
Heath Ledger died young. While still handsome and cute. At the peak of his acting career. Or, at least, the start of it.
True to his romantic name, this real-life Healthcliff charmed many a moviegoer. Especially noteworthy, of course, was his performance in “Brokeback Mountain.” Not to mention the romance in all the acting awards he won posthumously!
What Can the System of Face Reading Secrets® Tell Us?
Tell us about who Heath was as a person, not acting in any role at all! What was world-class about his face?
Actually, a physiognomy portrait of him can tell us a lot. (Obviously, this isn’t a full Personal Face Reading. Rather, I’ll give you a celebrity face reading. Sharing some highlights.)
Seems to me, face reading is the ideal way to supplement our recent Heath Ledger Aura Reading. Where JESSE expressed concern, in Comment #6:
Every time I think of him, I think of his performance as the Joker in Batman which was exceptionally dark.
I always wondered if he got too much into character that it affected him negatively.
Heath Ledger, Face Reading. Our Prep
First of all, here’s a link to The Photo for Reading Faces. The one I’ll use for Heath’s physiognomy research. In case several Pinterest pix clump together, which photo matters here? Zoom in, please, on the black-and-white picture. All the way on the top. And all the way to the left. Where he’s wearing a pale, collared shirt. Plus a dark jacket.
Granted, I would have preferred a photo with Heath’s face in repose. But a straight-on head shot was too hard to find.
(What if you manage to encounter one, Blog-Buddies? Please place a link in our COMMENTS section. Fun!)
- Are you new to the ancient art of reading faces for character?
- Or have you seen face reading elsewhere… Yet you don’t know what makes Face Reading Secrets different?
- Especially good as an introduction? Check out this face reading link.
- Extra-interesting, in case you’d like to know more? A pretty wild description of various types of face reading.
Now let’s get going.
Heath Ledger, Face Reading Item #1. Passion Power Style
How to See It
Forehead is wider than the cheeks or the jaws. Like a long triangle with the wide base… flipped over so it’s at the top.
A power style of great intensity. Accomplishing more than most people.
Most interesting: Always inwardly intense. Even if, like most who have this face data, Heath Ledger concealed that intensity.
Impatient? With others? Also with the pace of his career?
Heath Ledger, Face Reading Item #2. Long Chin
How to See It
Compare different lengths on the face. Like forehead to eyebrows. Nose length. Chin.
Get practice by comparing these lengths on different people. (Of course, I’d recommend The NEW Power of Face Reading as a super-efficient, fun way to fast-track this kind of experience.)
Quite soon you’ll be able to discern Long Chin. Vs. Short Chin. Vs. Moderate Chin Length
Bold risk taking.
Less worried about criticism that other people.
Making risky moves?
Although playing his role in the groundbreaking “Brokeback Mountain”? Sure paid off handsomely for Heath Ledger!
Heath Ledger, Face Reading Item #3. Ender Eyebrows, Scattered
How to See It
Since this experienced face reader has never seen this face data on anyone else, I’ll just describe it.
Both eyebrows contain an extra patch of hair, all the way at the end. That extra patch makes the eyebrows qualify as “Enders.” However, the density of hair is also quite sketch.
When finishing projects (such as doing repeat takes of movie scenes) — That’s when the gift would show most.
Seems to me, Heath Ledger would find inner reserves of intelligence and discovery. Highly intuitively.
If spontaneity was not encouraged, might Heath Ledger have felt cut off from his greatest performing?
More than most actors, did he need a sensitive and sympathetic director?
Heath Ledger, Face Reading Item #4. Ear Tilt, Right Ear
How to See It
First, cross over to see his right ear. As if shaking hands.
Another way to put this? Heath Ledger’s right ear will show on the left side of your screen.
This ear tilts back. Compared to most ears, which are place more in up-and-down fashion.
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The significance applies to Heath Ledger’s career not personal life. Since he’s got Ear Tilt only with his right ear.
Feeling like an outsider. Accordingly, bringing refreshing perspective. Also maybe a certain fearlessness… When performing.
Feeling like an outsider to a degree that’s uncomfortable?
Heath Ledger, Face Reading Item #5. That Wide, Wide Smile
How to See It
Best recommendation: Start looking at faces, Blog-Buddies. Checking out how long the mouth is.
Smile structure can be different from the mouth length in repose. Nonetheless, it’s not hard to recognize an ultra-long lip length. And you’re unlikely to see anyone with a wider style. Heath Ledger wins a sort of human contest, in that regard.
Exceptionally good at reaching out to people. Plus a gift for popularity when he communicates.
Attractive initially. But disappointingly shallow, once people get to know him?
A lot of talent showed in the handsome face of Heath Ledger. This supports what the aura reading found, that he was lit up from inside. Lit up with charisma. Clearly that rare find, a born performer.
To what extent did the actor go deeply into his roles? He impressed many a movie critic. Many a moviegoer. Even JESSE. 😉
But many an actor goes wide, not deep. Shows surface. Not changing inside. Reaching out humanly. And pushing all the right human buttons. Maybe like some recent Oscar winners who flunked out earning Aura Change Points.
Most Interesting to Me, Personally
Funny thing about Long Mouth Width and Wide Smiles. I’ve noticed this.
- People with Long Mouth Width? Most who themselves have Long Mouths may go just gaga over somebody else who’s got this. And would especially value what Heath Ledger had. A VERY version of Long Mouth Width. Actually, an exceptionally long, long mouth. Could be, folks with Long Mouths can’t get enough of that smile.
- By contrast, what about folks at the opposite extreme? Could be that many folks who, themselves, have Short Mouth Width… have a spontaneous, strong, negative reaction. Even if consciously they don’t know why.
- As for folks with Moderate Mouth Width? I doubt there’s a strong pull or push either way.
- Do any of you Blog-Buddies want to share your reaction to this? I’ll go first. Using the COMMENTS section below.
Granted, such reactions relate to the topic of being an extrovert versus an introvert. You can learn a lot more about the complexities of this. Since it’s as one of the learning modules in this upcoming workshop. Given for the first time to all Highly Sensitive Persons. This July!