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Lance Henriksen - Part two "TO BE FRANK WITH YOU"

In December, BacktoFRANKBLACK published the first of a three part interview with Lance Henriksen conducted late last year.

 

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Interview Source:

This interview is courtesy of BacktoFrankBlack.com.

Interview Date:

2009


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 two "TO BE FRANK WITH YOU"



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Interview:

In December, BacktoFRANKBLACK published the first of a three part interview with Lance Henriksen conducted late last year. Again we thank Lance for his time and hope you enjoy this interview. If you missed the first part of this interview, click here to read part one!

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BacktoFRANKBLACK: You very much get in the character - what we see in Frank Black seems a great deal from what you've researched and what you feel about the character. Are there any actors you'd be interested, from a purely artistic point of view, to see what they could bring to the character?

LANCE HENRIKSEN: A friend of mine has a great phrase "if you're having bacon and eggs for breakfast a chicken was involved in laying the egg, but the pig was committed," and I think commitment is something that an actor like Heath Ledger had. Man, he really tried. You see it a lot when you see him in Batman - this guy really went somewhere! He dug deep. There are a lot of actors out there like that, there really are - but you can't hit a home run without a bat.

If you are given a role that requires that type of commitment and a director and producer want to support you in that pursuit, then you can do that kind of work. But often they'll give you a job that is in a style that they're not willing to let you go there - they're asking for more a surface style that doesn't lend itself to that pursuit of commitment.

Read the full interview over at BackToFrankBlack.com.

Interview Source:

This interview is courtesy of BacktoFrankBlack.com.

Interview Date:

2009