After debuting as Bucky Barnes in Marvel 10 years ago, Sebastian Stan says that it was hard for him to pay his rent.

During an interview 38-years-old, Sebastian said, “In 2011 after the first ‘Captain America’ came out, about a month later I had a call from my business manager telling me I had a month left to figure out how I was going to pay my rent.”

“So, perception is always interesting, isn’t it? Nobody ever knows what the f— is really happening”, he continued.

Sebastian, aka Winter Soldier, said in his 10th anniversary in the MCU, “it’s bizarre to think about, but it’s a blessing they’re still willing to call me, I guess.”

Before he starred in “Captain America: The First Avenger,” as Bucky, a childhood friend of Steve Rogers(Captain America), he was earlier known for his role as Carter Baizen in a movie, “Gossip Girl.”

Additionally, he has acted in a comedy “Hot Tub Machine,” the drama “Black Swan,” and played in a music video “Wake Up Call.”

Several years after his first Marvel film, “Captain America: The First Avenger,” Stan reprised his role as Bucky for “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.”

Stan got the lead role as Winter Soldier in the movie. At the end of the previous film, “Captain America: The First Avenger,” Bucky falls from a train. It was discovered later that he survived the fall and was saved by Hydra.

An iron arm was fitted to him, and he went through torture to become an assassin. During his transformation into the Winter Soldier, he loses memories of the past. He remembers everything during a fight with Captain America.

In the end-credit scenes of “Ant-Man,” Stan played his character again. Additionally, he played it in “Avengers: Infinity War,” “Black Panther,” and “Avengers: Endgame.”

On Marvel’s latest Disney Plus show, “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” he reprises his role as Bucky, a member of the fourth phase of the MCU.

It features Anthony Mackie as Sam Wilson/Falcon and centers on a newly formed team of “Endgame” characters who take on new missions together.

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