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The multi-talented Mortensen (who paints, writes poetry and composes music) trained as an actor at Warren Robertson's Theatre Workshop. A., he landed the role of the captain in a stage production of "Bent" and a small role in the 1984 CBS miniseries "George Washington".Although the actor had been cast in small roles in both "Swing Shift" (1984) and "The Purple Rose of Cairo" (1985), neither performance made the final cut.' They go, ' Well, you can come in and audition if you like...bring two pieces.' And I said, ' Two pieces of what? I had a box of Good & Plenty, and I shook it in her ear, and she turns around, and I try to pick her up, and she runs out of the theater, crying, horrified, and [laughter] I'm sitting there in my sailor whites going, ' Oh, well. I get on the set and Woody Allen's got his arm around the young actor that I'm supposed to play the scene with, and he's whispering stuff in his ear, and the actor's nodding and smiling. ' He goes, ' You just react.' The actor comes strolling over to me with a big smile on his face, and he goes, ' So what's it like to work with for Cecil B. ' And I said, ' I don't know, it was a long day. He told my agent the next day he really liked it, and so that, like the other movie, I told my family, ' Yeah, the movie's coming.' And they all went, and of course, just like the other one, I wasn't even in the credits, so…that was my start, and there were many, many experiences like that, many, many auditions that I got very close to getting the part, but didn't. It must have meant something in terms of actor to actor, no? I don't think there's anyone who's done three movies with him. is the first one I did with him and he just offered me the part and I really hit it off with him.
And men who maybe are more comfortable with their feminine side or their more sensitive side.If I'd read and for whatever reason had not been available, I still would've been anxious to see the movie.It's a complete artistic universe, telling stories in the movies and I like actors.' They go, ' What do you mean, what are we doing? I was a sailor home on leave from World War II, and she was pining after her husband, who was away at war, played by Kurt Russell. It was his first time, so it's kind of trial and error, but he obviously has good instincts.' I said, ' What's, what's the play? It was a scene where I'm sitting behind her, we're watching the news reel before the movie starts, and I hit on her. It's normal for him not to give you the script, so I was cast as a young actor in Hollywood, 1920, so the scene was a big cocktail party. And then how did you start to become close to David Cronenberg?