Where do you learn your lines?
At home, preferably alone, and then basically I stride up and down the room and try to memorize them, to hammer them into my skull, and once I got them in, I will whisper them to myself during the day from time to time - preferably, again, when nobody is listening or seeing me.
What tends to bring out/increase your creativity?
Oh - I am a night person, the night makes me creative, I’d say.
What music makes you turn up your radio?
Classical music, increasingly, because that’s the kind of music - the classical music I like, that is - that has a soothing but also an invigorating effect, that makes me happy, somehow. Otherwise, I’m quite happy with the Flux radio channel in Berlin, which plays alternative rock-pop music, y’know? There’s bands I like on there quite often.
Which sound is your favorite?
Name something you cannot do without on a journey.
Well, I’d say a book, I usually try to find the right book for the country I’m in, I like it when I can travel to a place a novel is set in, that increases the enjoyment of reading for me.
If your current mood was a facial expression, what would it look like?
[sleepy face] I got up rather early - it’s not the interview’s fault.
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