Gaten Matarazzo Apprehensive About 'Stranger Things' Conclusion

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Gaten Matarazzo, known for his role as Dustin in the popular Netflix series "Stranger Things," recently expressed his apprehension on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" regarding the conclusion of the show after its upcoming fifth season.

Matarazzo has been a part of the show's cast since its inception and has grown up with the series. The actor stated that the success of "Stranger Things" has been a defining aspect of his life over the past decade, and he is constantly reminded of how much the show has resonated with audiences.

He also acknowledged the bittersweet nature of the show's conclusion, expressing excitement to see how the characters' journeys will end, while also experiencing a deep fear of the uncertainty that comes with the conclusion of such a successful show.

Matarazzo's journey to stardom began with his role in "Les Misérables" on Broadway at the age of 11. He then appeared on "The Blacklist" and "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" before landing the role of Dustin in "Stranger Things."

The show's massive popularity has made him a household name, and he has since appeared in other productions, including "Prank Encounters" and "Ridiculousness."

It is not uncommon for actors to experience fear and uncertainty regarding their future job prospects after a long stint on a successful show, as the end of the show may signify the end of steady work.

However, Matarazzo's talent and experience in the entertainment industry will undoubtedly lead to further opportunities for the young actor.

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