In a paper appeared on Annals of Mathematical Fatalism, dr. Larry U. Martin has described your movies as "a perfect quintessence of contemporary contextual holism". Which is your reaction?
Actually, in his recent article published on Pacific Transactions on Alternate Psychiatry, prof. Douglas N. Lopez utterly disproved that bizarre theory.
Do you use a pseudonym when you make reservation for a hotel suite? You know, to protect your privacy and to get rid of journalists and stalkers
You bet! We do whatever is necessary to run away from those hooligans. I mostly use the pseudonym "Bradley Caoper".
Bradley, which is your favorite fruit?
I call it "Bradley's prodigy". During one of my famed peregrinations in the Atacama desert, I uncovered an inconspicuous plant unknown to botanists, now named Adelostana lignosa, that blooms only every 8 years. It then gives fruits whose taste reminds of oranges and wasabi. You have to be extremely rich even to find it unappetizing...
Have you ever participated in a séance?
Yes, just once. It was an extremely tormented experience. At a certain point, the ghost of James Cook appeared and hypothesized that almost surely I'm the reincarnation of a Martin Luther's uncle.
Bradley, you appear to be always so positive and effervescent. Do you also have a dark side?
It's hard to confess it, but I do. Each one has two sides. Sometimes, when I face a colleague actor, my teeth rattle with fury and rage darkens my soul. And all of a sudden, I feel a compulsion to erase that loser from this planet and whirl on his desecrate grave. That is my amiable side... I let you discover, if you want, how dark my dark side is.
Apart from acting, is there something you do exceptionally well?
Actually, I can knit a sweater while I tap dance.
If you could choose someone to reincarnate in, who would it be?
I don't want to offend you, but you know that that's not a real person, right?
It's not!? How could you say that to me so empty-heartedly!?
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