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The Weird Reason Willem Dafoe Was Fired From His First Actor Job

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In November 2019, Willem Dafoe participated in Vanity Fair (via YouTube) for a closer look at his career timeline up to that point. The interview is chock full of interesting insights and engaging anecdotes from the man himself, with one of the funniest being right at the beginning. As Dafoe recalls, his experience trying to get a “Gateway to Heaven” performance was commonplace, as his first assignment was to prepare two monologues – one in English and one in English. another language – for the audition.

“I asked a friend of mine to transcribe the speech in Dutch, but this deception soon presented a big problem,” says Dafoe. Believing that Dafoe was fluent in Dutch, Michael Cimino laid out a full scene for him to act and wanted him to do so while delivering his lines in that language. In the end, Dafoe had to clean up about his fake bilingualism, but somehow he didn’t lose his job. That won’t happen until someone tells him a joke on set that makes him laugh at the wrong time, prompting Cimino to fire him on the spot.

In his own admission, Willem Dafoe hardly considers “Heaven’s Gate” his first real movie role even though it occupies such a spot. his IMDb page and his face shows up in the background of some photos. However, it shouldn’t be so important in hindsight considering the stellar career he had in the years that followed.

https://www.looper.com/726032/the-weird-reason-why-willem-dafoe-got-fired-from-his-first-acting-job/ The Weird Reason Willem Dafoe Was Fired From His First Actor Job

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