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Lance Henriksen ist ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler. Lance Henriksen (* 5. Mai in New York City) ist ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Leben und Werk. Privates. 2 Filmografie. Lance Henriksen gehörte einmal zu jenen, die in Dutzenden von Filmen auftreten, immer einen bleibenden Eindruck hinterlassen und dennoch namentlich. Lance Henriksen ist ein amerikanischer Schauspieler. Entdecke seine Biographie, Details seiner 45 Karriere-Jahre und alle News. Lance Henriksen. Schauspieler • Sprecher. Aus der Garde der Action-Men, Gangster, Androiden und Gun-Men ist der seit. Serien und Filme mit Lance Henriksen: Into the Badlands · The Blacklist · Criminal Minds · Grey's Anatomy · Legends of Tomorrow · The Night Shift · The . Lance Henriksen - Alle Bilder, Filme, TV Serien und Fakten finden Sie hier zum Star auf TV Spielfilm. Jetzt hier informieren!
Lance Henriksen (* 5. Mai in New York City) ist ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Leben und Werk. Privates. 2 Filmografie. Lance Henriksen ist ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler und Künstler, der in Detroit: Become Human. Lance Henriksen - Alle Bilder, Filme, TV Serien und Fakten finden Sie hier zum Star auf TV Spielfilm. Jetzt hier informieren! Isolated E This section does not cite any sources. Skull and Bones S03E Trou Normand S01E In my mind's eye I saw the character as being linear, sleek; he looked like a Doberman. Jess Gilmore Girls cast as the voice of Kerchak in Tarzan because the filmmakers felt that his powerfully deep voice was perfect to fill the size of the character. Lamentation S01E Dog Day Afternoon. Kinox Geht Nicht Armitage. Turett Griffiths. Scream 3. Chiwetel Ejiofor. Was ist das Geheimnis der beruflichen Langlebigkeit dieses Achtzigjährigen, der von sich behauptet, dass er seit Jahrzehnten kein Casting mehr absolvieren müsse? Jane's Journey.
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Into the Badlands. The Night Shift. Rapunzel's Tangled Adventure. When I was 16 I tried getting into the Actors Studio and they told me to get lost.
I said "I'll come back when I'm a man", and I came back when I was I went to sea, I traveled the world. I was waiting. You can't do every movie--although I do a lot of them--and the thing I'm longing to do is.
The challenge for me in a part is if it's something I haven't done. If I'm going to have a rough time doing it, then that's what I'll do.
If I'm in the comfort zone, I can't. I have to get off-balance enough to be alive. I'm pretty slapstick in my life but nobody sees that.
You get typecast. I'm from New York and I have a shit-detector that's outspoken. I'm very streetwise and the producers detect that. So they get me on a movie and kill me.
I go into their offices and I'm sure when I leave they say, "You know, he'd be great to kill". I've been killed every way you can imagine.
I've always known from the beginning of my acting career that you only get an acting job if you've got something to learn about it. If you don't do it well, you'll be condemned to doing the same role over and over and over again.
If you do it mediocre you'll have to do it again. Once you've done the role really well, you don't have to repeat it , you don't have to go back there.
I can't rationalize "Nightmare on Elm Street" and "Friday 13th" films because they're too one-note. And besides, I've been killed in so many movies in so many ways over the years that to be dealing out that kind of death would be terrible.
I'll play a bad guy, but he has to be a character with a purpose. But I'm really not career-oriented in the sense that I want to be a star. It's not in me.
It's not what I do. In fact, I'm amazed that I've even gotten this far. In my mind's eye I saw the character as being linear, sleek; he looked like a Doberman.
So I got my hair cut in a certain way. The thing I hate most in acting is asking permission to do things.
What you really want to do is say, "This is my need; this is what's going to get me further; this is what's going to be alive".
I don't ever say, "Do you mind if. No way around it. I remember Andy Garcia --we had done Jennifer 8 together.
And Andy, I think, was probably making a couple of million for that movie, and he looked at me one day and he goes, "Hey Lan, you work too much, you shouldn't work so much".
I wouldn't need to work 'too much'! He hasn't done the same kind of roles I have. But it's lucky for me, because I'm really having a good time.
Acting is still tough for me on a certain level. Every role for me is like going back to zero.
I have to decide what I'm going to do or if I can even act anymore. It's rough when you're constantly challenging yourself to do better and better work, rather than merely going through the motions.
I've broken bones doing stunts, I've always been one to have a go. But after a while I realized that there are some things not worth doing.
Stunt men pay a price, some of them can hardly walk when they're older. John Woo set me on fire twice for Hard Target It burnt my ears!
But I would've done anything for John Woo. When I start working I go back to zero again literally. It's the only way, because if I approach a film without being at zero I'm not having the experience.
I'm just bringing my tricks--and I'm not gonna do that. It's risky because you end up on an adventure that you weren't expecting, and I like it.
That's why I do acting. I am still enthusiastic about acting. I'm not bored. I'm not doing a George Sanders : poor guy killed himself. His note was, "I'm bored".
Poor guy. But, no, I love it. When you do a low-budget film, you gotta let your intuition fly. I never understand with movie companies, why they don't think of where to spend money.
A lot of the time they throw money at things that don't work. They just keep throwing money at it: "Well, this movie, if it didn't work with that much money, this will make it work!
With effort. The first thing I did was go to Hawaii and get two tattoos. One is a shark, the other dolphins. I felt attacked, and I felt like a beast.
It was dark stuff. I think if we had gone on another year, it really would have taken hold. But once you start working then you're OK, you get into it and don't think about it.
It's different if you meet them beforehand, it would make it easier. But I've only ever played guys I've never met. It would be better to meet them beforehand.
I didn't know what I was doing, but I had a talent for making dramatic sets; I had been a painter for years.
The first play I did, I got the job because I had built the set! And I didn't even know I got the lead part. The key thing to remember in this business is that they don't invite you in, but once you're in they won't kick you out.
So start small and it will grow. Some of my favorite actors weren't very well noticed in their careers: John Lone was a great actor, he came from the Peking Theatre.
And Yun-Fat Chow. John Woo is a great guy and an inspiring person. Along the way there are moments from all kinds of movies, if I find five minutes in any film worth watching it is worth watching the film.
I love finding that gem of a performance. There are so many actors who are so talented. The one best thing on Millennium was meeting new actors every week.
I always tried to make them feel welcome. If you put that in your role you're gonna do it: once you commit and make it personal, it's like a thread.
That thread, once it's pulled--channeled--you don't know where it's coming from. You start this 'channeling '.
And it starts coming at such a speed. I just feel lucky to get as many shots as I get at good roles. Really lucky, indeed. I always loved movies as an escape.
I just wanted to be an artist, because I don't just want to come and go and have no one know I ever lived. I wanted to make a record of my existence.
For some people it doesn't happen, even if they're wonderful talents. Knock on wood, it has happened to me, but I know many talented people who aren't working.
I had no idea I would make my career in film, but I always knew from my theater work that I would be an actor.
To be honest there are hard parts to being an actor. I'm still coming to terms with being away from home, being in a hotel for months on end, losing girl friends and wives because I'm not there to maintain such relationships.
It does seem like some of my films have become cult movies and have done very well in the long run. In several cases, they have proven themselves without any help at all.
My feeling is, I do a lot of low-budget films. I don't do low-budget acting. I have no interest in just goofballing my way through, thinking, "Ah, no one's ever going to see this anyway".
And you know, most people don't set out to do a bad movie. There are a few exceptions-- what I call "alimony films," where the whole point is to pay some bills but mostly people are trying to do their best.
What's frustrating to me is when, on a low-budget movie, people don't take chances. A big-budget movie, that script's your bible, nobody's going to risk going off the page.
But when you're doing a very low-budget film, why not take some chances, intellectually, artistically? Baxley ] came in, I met with him in the lobby of the hotel, and I said, "Craig, if you notice in the script, every line that Chains says comes directly from the Bible.
They won't listen to a fucking thing I say after that, because it's ridiculous. I'll stay within the structure of the script, but I want to improvise every line.
That was a moment where I decided to stop being afraid of whatever was coming that I didn't know about yet. I just said [to myself], 'I have confidence now.
You've either got it or you don't. I have it. I have to rely on the unspoken things--the instincts that are in my body that only I know about.
That was the first time I ever said that to a director. I was really taking a chance--because I wasn't on film yet and I could have been fired--but he said, "Okay".
After that, I got so deep into the role that I'd just say whatever came into my mind. I asked them to dress me all in black and put the piping in such a way that the guy looks totally non-physical--because gamblers spend all their time at a table.
Then I got that little stupid-ass mustache. Walter Hill let me do whatever I wanted, because he understood that sometimes the smallest thing can help me find the character.
What happened on the "Crypt" set was that everyone would say, "Let's try this! She took me to a place to get my ear pierced. She said, "You need an earring, you need a big fucking earring.
We were the couple from hell. We were constantly berating each other--making scenes. We created the whole thing out of that.
It was great. She was probably the strongest actress I've ever worked with. And not only was she a great actress, but she was so sexy that she made me shy.
I said, "I can't do it. You were born to do this role. It is you. How am I supposed to respond to that? I said, "I'm not interested in your fucking movie.
Don't ever call me again. And we were hovering in the helicopter while they set the shot up. It took so long to set the shot that nobody noticed this big sailboat with a high mast coming into the harbor behind us.
And when we turned to go out, the mast was right there. I looked down and saw my feet only two feet away from it. If we'd hooked it, we would have been dead.
Luckily the pilot was a Jamaican Air Force pilot who had chased drug smugglers, and he reacted instinctively and put that thing straight up in the air.
He just yanked back on the stick and we went up until we lost air speed. Then the engine stalled. He flipped it around and dove straight into the ocean to re-gain air speed.
We just barely managed to fly out of there. It was a miracle we didn't hit the water. We went over to a nearby field and landed. When we got out of the helicopter--it was just the pilot and me--we were shaking.
It was a hell of a fucking ride. I remember Jim James Cameron said afterwards, "I thought you were fucking dead. We had to send for a new camera.
He called me over and he goes, "Lance. Such power. To get that kind of compliment from him, of all people, was overwhelming.
I couldn't even answer. It's a distinct feeling of not having any identity at all. This has been the biggest problem of my life, especially in relationships with women.
Because when I go into that phase, where I don't know who the fuck I am, what have they got? They're standing there on the sidelines going, "What about us?
It's the price you have to pay for this kind of work. At least, it's the price I have to pay. You have to shed the role, you have to absolutely shed it, and then you need time to heal.
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