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You're not in business to be popular, it's become so much about personality, i would regard theatre as the greatest of all art forms the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another what appears to be unity. first of all i choose the great roles and if none of these come i choose the ones that pay the rent. it was like an unfinished business in my life, wherever i went people would say you would have made a great james bond. yes.

Lets face it postmen do not great movie heroes make. the imagination, the industry and encourages the free eyes at the door. do not try to push your way through the cut glands of the profesion but do your upmost to find an entry through the world of media. there is the same surge of adrenalin, just in front of the camera lens.

We have lost our sense of ritual and ceremony. we blame the artists for not finding them for us. actors often behave like children and so they're taken for children. such is an actors life.

Lets face it postmen do not great movie heroes make. they tramp discontently through the neighbourhood. and the only matter of contact with fellow human beings, tends to be, tends to be reading their names and adresses of an envelope. there is a great job.there is the same surge of adrenalin, you get just in front of the camera lens. okay if i wasn't an actor i'd be a secret agent.



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