AceShowbiz - Joseph Gordon-Levitt has paid a random 'throwback Thursday' tribute to his "10 Things I Hate About You" co-star Heath Ledger, revealing the late actor introduced him to Radiohead's music.
Joseph and Heath became good friends on the set of the 1999 film and on Thursday, October 25, he took to Instagram to remember their time together, revealing he can never listen to the British rock band's classic "OK Computer" album without thinking of Ledger.
"Heath turned me on to a lot of great music during that summer we worked together," Gordon-Levitt captioned a photo of the two stars hanging out together. "I remember the first time I ever heard Radiohead's 'OK Computer' was when I was riding in the back of his car."
Levitt previously revisited his time with Ledger in 2017, when he shared an Instagram image of himself alongside the Oscar-winner and fellow cast member Dave Krumholtz.
"Me w/ Heath Ledger and @mrDaveKrumholtz in 10 Things I Hate About You," he captioned the image.
Levitt initially shared his appreciation of Ledger during a 2011 interview on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon", after he appeared in "The Dark Knight Rises" - the follow up to the film which won Ledger a posthumous Oscar for his role as The Joker.
"I think Heath Ledger's Joker is probably one of the coolest things I've ever seen," he said.
Ledger died in 2008 after suffering an accidental overdose. He was 28.