Nick Stahl Biografie von Nick Stahl
Nick Stahl ist ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler. Nick Stahl (* 5. Dezember in Harlingen, Texas; eigentlich Nicolas Kent Stahl) ist ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler. Alle Infos zu Nick Stahl, bekannt aus Sin City und Terminator 3 - Rebellion der Maschinen: US-amerikanischer Schauspieler, der in der Kinderrolle in Der Mann. Nick Stahl (* 5. Dezember in Harlingen, Texas; eigentlich Nicolas Kent Stahl) ist ein. Entdecke die 39 Bilder von Nick Stahl. Finde Bilder aus seinen Filmen, Serien oder Events.
Nick Stahl. Anzahl Sprechrollen: Sortierreihenfolge. Anzahl der Rollen pro Sprecher · Anzahl der Rollen pro Sprecher; Produktionsjahr des Films. E! Online - Deine Quelle für Promis, Promi News, Klatsch und Tratsch, Gossip, Fashion Trends, Fotos von Stars, TV Serien und aktuelle Kinofilme! Nick Stahl (* 5. Dezember in Harlingen, Texas; eigentlich Nicolas Kent Stahl) ist ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler.
Acting is the only thing I've ever done. A studio film would be great to do. I'm not opposed to any genre or budget. A lot of times the smaller films happen to be the better ones - that's just the way it is.
But I'm not opposed to doing bigger films, as long as they're not god-awful. On Brad Renfro 's death and working with him on Bully There was a lot of recreational drinking and things like that going on during the shoot.
For someone like me, who has been through drugs and drinking, it was pretty easy to spot that Brad had problems.
On being a child actor I had sort of a dual life in a way - I was going away and doing films, and then coming back, and hanging out with friends, and getting into trouble, and experimenting with drugs, and doing all that stuff, and so my teenage years had some darker times to them, that aren't the fondest memories for me.
On playing "Yellow Bastard" in Sin City Well, first of all, just to give you kind of the back story on getting that role, it was not a role I was supposed to do.
I was just supposed to be in the beginning of the film, when it's me without the make-up, before he later turned into [the Yellow Bastard].
And they had another actor who was set to do the Yellow Bastard role - and he fell out of the movie, he had a conflict or something, so Robert Rodriguez called me to and he just said, "Hey man, maybe you could do both, and maybe we can see that it's you, kind of, through the makeup, and maybe it'll be even better".
And I thought it was cool because, it's a bigger role obviously, and I got to do more on the film. But I was intimidated by doing this theatrical cartoonish thing.
It's obviously drawn a certain way, and you can get kind of a voice of this crazy character through Frank Miller 's writing, but I was really intimidated because I still didn't know completely what Frank had in mind.
This character I have to - obviously this is really broad, and I have to make this into something big, and something scary".
But really I was kind of in the dark about it. I was just hoping that what I did synched up with what they wanted.
They didn't fire me, so I guess it was okay. But I don't ever want to wear that many prosthetics again in my life! It was miserable. Not only grueling time-wise to put it on - but, you know, just sitting there in it.
It's stiflingly hot, you can't move. You feel like you're stuck together. Luckily we only did that character I only had makeup on for, I think, five days.
It was shot so fast on video, rapid-fire. I mean, I've always felt more comfortable in an audition than a meeting.
I think it's the same reason why I have such nervousness about public speaking and things like that. But as soon as I'm filming or onstage or something like that, I just never have.
I'm kind of in that world, maybe, in character, and so I can do that, no problem. But having to meet some strangers and talk about myself for an hour, it's a lot more difficult for me.
So, I've never had a problem with auditioning, and especially if it's for something that I really like. You know, all that I have ever been frustrated about, or wanted, was just the opportunity to do it, to audition, and actually have a fair competition.
But I've also been really fortunate that I've never had to have You know, I'm twenty-eight years old, and that's pretty amazing.
And that feels good. What gets really hard to deal with sometimes, when it comes to the politics of the town - and by that, I mean if someone has a lot of popularity in the moment, they'll just get offered something for that reason.
But you know, if that [level of popularity] happens with me. I'm obviously gonna have a different take on it. But if I'm not able to even read, to even go in on something Because if I'm up against someone who's genuinely better for the role, that's great, I can totally deal with that, that's fine.
It's the lack of opportunity that's really hard to deal with sometimes. It's just part of the business end of things, which has never been my strength.
On auditioning for Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines I went in for the first audition, which led to five or more auditions and two or three screen tests.
It was pretty intense - each time it was one or two hours, really hatching it out. I'm sort of focusing on life stuff and things are going good, so I'm not really looking a lot into the future at the moment.
That's sort of what's necessary for me, so a lot of what I'm focusing on really is my daughter, my family and things like that.
If that's the case, that's awesome. I love films and acting. That's what I've always done. It's really all that I know how to do, so that would be fantastic and I'd love to do it in the future.
How Much Have You Seen? How much of Nick Stahl's work have you seen? Known For. Sin City Roark Jr. Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines John Connor.
In the Bedroom Frank Fowler. Love in Vein announced. American Dream post-production Yuri. Grace and Grit post-production Bob Doty.
Hunter Hunter post-production Lou. James the Second post-production Mr. Night Blooms post-production Wayne. Marcel Trevino. Peter Harrison.
Ben Hawkins. Show all 24 episodes. Adult Grover. Castor voice, uncredited. Billy Sullivan. Show all 13 episodes. Self - Announcer. TV Series Self - Episode 4.