Intense, intimidating, powerful and unforgettable – when he’s in front of a camera Dieter Laser is all of these things and much more. For nearly 50 years he’s been leaving a trail of memorable performances to be discovered and enjoyed as he continuously moves forward with the acting career he so passionately pursues.
I recently had the chance to very briefly make contact with Dieter, and asked him to take part in a new ongoing feature here at Halloween Love.
No mess, no fuss, just …Ten Quick Questions!
1. Where were you born?
DL: Kiel, Germany
2. What is your most vivid memory from childhood?
3. What was your first significant acting role?
DL: The title-role in “John Glueckstadt” was my first part for the cinema.
4. What’s the best thing about being an actor?
DL: To make a living out of your passion.
5. What’s the worst thing about being an actor?
DL: The editing table!
6. What makes you happy?
DL: A good part to play.
7. If you could work with any one person in the film industry who would it be?
DL: Anyone is welcome who lets me do my work.
8. What’s the most frightening thing you have ever had to do?
DL: I had to jump out of a window during a fight-scene in a very high building. Stupidly enough I didn’t say no – still trembling!
9. What advice would you give someone wanting to become an actor?
DL: If you are ready to accept that you might never have a career but your urge doesn’t lessen – then go ahead.
10. Finally, if you could act in one horror movie, any movie, what would it be and why?
DL: The Human Centipede IV (Ultimate Sequence) because I never look back.
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