Zeitreisen sind eine Fantasie, die wir alle mal haben. Die 'Zurück in die Zukunft' Filme bauen genau darauf.
It was 1976, and I was acting off-Broadway with a pair of Canadians: Victor Garber and Gale Garnett. The play was called 'Cracks,' and Martin Sherman, the man who wrote it, went on a few years later to have a giant hit with 'Bent.' But not this time around. Opening night was a disaster.
Every role I get is always a challenge. I can read a script and say, 'Oh, I can do that!' and then when I start working on it, I suddenly realize that I had no idea what I was getting into. Then I have to really work hard!
We were all such odd characters, even though we were a really functional family, in a way, as eccentric and crazy as we were. And it was such a wonderful feeling amongst us of being a family almost. We were "The Addams Family!"
There's something overwhelming about being in raw nature. It's got an aura about it is that is really kind of majestic and spiritual.