Why Nicolas Cage doesn’t call himself an ‘actor’

Why Nicolas Cage doesn’t call himself an ‘actor’
Ghost Rider star explains perceived difference between the two words

ニコラス・ケイジ has said he would rather be called a “thespian” than an “actor”.

ザ・ Ghost Rider star explained his perceived difference between the two words, and why he was more inclined to self-identify as a thespian, で new interview バラエティ.

On the latest episode of Variety’s Awards Circuit Podcast, which was released on Thursday (30 12月), Cage said: “For me it always implies, 'ああ, he’s a great actor, therefore he’s a great liar.’”

そう, Cage said, he prefers the term thespian despite the risk of sounding like a “pretentious a**hole”.

“‘Thespian’ means you’re going into your heart, or you’re going into your imagination, or your memories or your dreams, and you’re bringing something back to communicate with the audience,” said the 57-year-old, who has starred in more than 100 films since the 1984 rom-com Valley Girl catapulted him to fame.

つい最近, Cage starred in Michael Sarnosi’s debut film , 7月にリリースされました.

Cage’s portrayal of a reclusive オレゴン シェフ, desperate to rescue his kidnapped truffle hunting pig from gangsters, in Sarnosi’s revenge-thriller earned him rave reviews.

彼女の中 4つ星レビュー にとって 独立者, Clarisse Loughrey said Cage’s performance in was a “beautiful demonstration” of his ability to forge a “profound connection” with the role of Robert “Rob” Feld.

The Oscar-winner said he was 驚いた by the film’s success but that it was “nice to have an enthusiastic response”, in an earlier interview.

In September this year, Cage claimed he would never retire from acting, likening his profession to a “guardian angel”.

“I’m healthier when I’m working, I need a positive place to express my life experience, and filmmaking has given me that. So I’m never going to retire. Where are we now, 117 映画?” he had said.

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