If happiness were an animal, what would it be?
I figure a cow. A large, fat, tranquil cow, replete and somnolent in a summer breeze.
Apart from acting, what one thing do you do exceptionally well?
You know, I can flap both my ears independenty.
If there was another movie produced about your life, who do you think should play you, and why?
It's a no-brainer: Johnny Depp, because I liked him as Yoda.
You seem to be always so vivacios and radiant. Do you also have a dark side?
It's hard to admit it, but I do. Each person has a dark side. Sometimes, when I meet a so-called artist, my sight dims and I shudder with aversion. And then, without warning, I sense a compulsion to expunge that fool from this planet and celebrate on his desecrate tomb. That is my cheerful side... I let you discover, if you want, how my dark side is.
Do you have a favorite book?
I'm emotionally attached to "The Alchemist" by Paulo Coolio.
You surely mean, by Paulo Coelho?
I think you are confusing it with another book, anyway I've heard it both ways.
You hit the mark in "Goodfellas". Were you given a lot of freedom to shape your character?
Totally! The director was like fresh mud in my hands.
Do you like to cook?
To be honest, I believe that preparing food is a big waste of energy, since there are fast food joints and bars willing to deliver my daily RDA of carbs and fats. The few times I cook for my friends, I like to create salads. My treasure is a mix of sausages and quinoa, which I assume can be fine for both vegetarians and normal people.
Interesting! Could you share the recipe?
Yep! You take the sausages and the quinoa and you make a bunch of sandwiches using some Italian focaccia.
Do not mind, I derived the recipe from one for a sandwich. After you made those sandwiches, you dispose of the bread and mix sausages and quinoa with some tahini and voilà, you are done!
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