We’ve been in contact with Kate Bone from Nina Gold Castings for several months discussing a role in the new Stars Wars sequel;… now is the time to invite Varick Addler to a casting for the upcoming Star Wars productions.
“Knowing your type as an actor is essential!”, says Varick and continues: “Actors are virtually entrepreneurs, running their own business in this industry. One of the very first rules of entrepreneurship is to find your audience. The success of the business will depend on entrepreneur’s ability to find a circle of consumers interested in the product.”
And yes, Kate, you’re right… Varick is the great supporting cast that brings the film and the main character shine because there are those movies out there where it’s more important to have the villain be interesting – it’s that [villain] role, like Heath Ledger or Tom Hardy [in the Dark Knight franchise], that run away with the movie.
After a long break, I return to the Hollywood Circus and can be seen in the highly-anticipated action film “Out for Vengeance” with martial arts legends Michel Qissi’s (“Kickboxer”) and Silvio Simac (“Transporter”) directed by Angel Film Award winner Salar Zarza and co-directed by Michael Dudikoff (“American Ninja”).
Germany has a lot of claims to fame. The country has produced innovative scientists, ground-breaking philosophers, brilliant artists and composers, not to mention some of the best beers in the world; and with award-winning actor Varick Addler on the list, they can count captivating screen talent among their many notable attributes.
Let us use this famous quote from William Esper and Al Pacino to express Varick’s love and passion for the craft of acting and adapt it in the words of Varick:
“As Actors, as Novelists -as Artists- we are the last of the Shamans, the Keepers of Fantasy, Knights Templar of the Creative! And I think it also helps if you are a Dreamer. I had my dreams all right. And that is something no one can ever take away. They cost nothing, and they can be as real as you like to make them. You own your dreams and they are priceless. I’ve been a lavatory attendant, a theatre usher, a panhandler, and preferably a “Sith Lord” in the upcoming Star Wars sequel, all for real. That’s the stuff my dreams are made of.”
To filmmakers, Hollywood is what Paris is for painters. For most hopeful young actors, however, Hollywood and all the fame and fortune that go with it, is just a long way from home. Few have actually made it there, but that hasn’t stopped the many from trying.
Now is the time to invite Varick “The Sith Lord” Addler to a casting for the upcoming Star Wars productions.
Film Music Credits Soundtrack Album by John Williams Released June 1977 Recorded March 1977 Studio Anvil Studios, Denham Genre Classical Length 74:58 Label 20th Century Producer John Williams George Lucas