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Lance Henriksen - Part one "MAN IN BLACK"

Lance Henriksen talks elusively on behalf of the B2FB campaign. Lance discusses Millennium potential future and about creating Frank Black.

 

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This interview has been viewed 1493 times.

It was last viewed on Wednesday, December 12, 2018, 8:47 PM (UTC).

Interview Source:

This interview is courtesy of BackToFrankBlack.com.

Interview Date:

2008


Millennium Cast or Crew Interview:

This is a cast interview with Lance Henriksen.

Born:

  • Lance Henriksen was born May 5 1940.

Personal Trivia:

  • Lance Henriksen's parents are James Henriksen and Margueritte Henriksen.
  • Lance was married to Jane Pollack (m. 1995-2006) and Mary Jane Evans (m. 1985-1989)
  • Lance has 2 children, Sage Ariel Henriksen and Alcamy Henriksen.
  • Lance Henriksen appeared in 67 episode/s of the Millennium television series.

Lance Henriksen - Part one "MAN IN BLACK"



Millennium Profile image of Lance Henriksen.

Interview:

BacktoFrankBlack.com was thrilled when Frank Black himself, Lance Henriksen, offered an exclusive interview on behalf of the campaign. We were very fortunate to get this opportunity on Thanksgiving day to speak to the actor about Millennium, its potential future and the work that went into creating Frank Black.

BACKTOFRANKBLACK: Do you think the return of Frank Black is a possibility? Are you still interested in playing Frank again - you were very optimistic at the conventions this past year.

LANCE HENRIKSEN: Yeah, I know, I would absolutely love to do it and I really think it is a possibility, but it's really up to Frank Spotnitz and Chris Carter.

BTFB: If Frank Black and Millennium returned in some form, what would be your preference in the form it would return and why?

LANCE: A movie would be very different. With a movie you have an end in sight - you can gear your energy for it, but when you have a [TV] series that goes on for ten and a half months - there is no way to really have that "end in sight" because you know you'll be coming back next year. It's very tiring.

BTFB: So would a movie be ideal?

LANCE: Yeah. Ideally.

Read the full interview over at BackToFrankBlack.com.

Interview Source:

This interview is courtesy of BackToFrankBlack.com.

Interview Date:

2008