Or, Jmais Tom Cruise n'avait été dyslexique. Il révèle en effet, lors d'un interview avec Larry King dans la célèbre émission de CNN le "Larry King Show", que lorsqu'il avait environ 7 ans, on avait diagnnostiqué qu'il était dyslexique, mais Tom Cruise révèle alors qu'il n'a jamais été dyslexique.
Il explique simplement qu'il s'agissait d'un faux diagnostic et que la scientologie lui a appris qu'il existait de faux diagnostics, et qu'il avait alors réalisé que "être dyslexique" était un faux diagnostic le concernant.Voir le lien vers la transcription de ce show Larry King ici: http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0311/28/lkl.00.html
KING: We're back with Tom Cruise at the Warner Brothers Museum in advance of the opening of "The Last Samurai," which could get him his fourth Oscar nomination. He's terrific in it, and it's a heck of a movie. And you can trust me when I tell you this. And if you didn't like it, there's something wrong with you.
KING: I don't know, what else can I say?
I learned something about you I never knew, that you were dyslexic and are dyslexic.
CRUISE: No, I'm not.
KING: What are you?
CRUISE: I'm not dyslexic.
KING: What -- do you have a problem with reading or writing?
CRUISE: No. No, I don't.
KING: And where did that come from?
CRUISE: Well, I was labeled with it when I was 7 years old and kind of lived with it my whole life. And you know, when I became a Scientologist in '86, '87, later on discovered also L. Ron Hubbard developed study technology that actually -- to help me realize that that -- you know, that the false labels that are out there...
KING: You were never dyslexic?
CRUISE: No. No, I wasn't.
KING: Why did they label you?
CRUISE: Because that's what they do.
KING: Were you having trouble reading?
CRUISE: That's what they do. No. And later on -- I mean, now we have, you know, this technology that he developed that actually helps people to learn how to learn and discover that -- you know, these -- I've actually helped people that have been diagnosed with ADD, ADHD. And it's extraordinary, what happens with this technology. We have centers all over the world now that help people get this technology, and it's also in various schools and educated millions and millions and millions of people in it.
KING: I interviewed him once.
CRUISE: I know! You told me that.