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Published on September 23rd, 2014 | by gareth

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Actor Bo Svenson Talks About Directing Dont Call Me Sir

Best known for his role in the 1976 cult classic “Breaking Point,” Bo Svenson is now utilizing his talents on the other side of the camera as the director of “DON’T CALL ME SIR!” a biopic of the life and career of groundbreaking judo legend Rusty Kanokogi, starring the 2012 Olympic Gold Medalist in Judo Kayla Harrison

 

What inspired you to choose a career in film/TV?

I was drawn to the magic of storytelling.

 

Do you have any advice for people who are looking to get into the television and/or film industry?

If being in entertainment is what you really want to do, go for it with all your might and don’t give up.

 

 If you had a carte blanche, what type of role would you like to create for yourself? Who would direct and who would star in the project?

If I had complete financial and creative freedom, I would take on Shakespeare’s King Lear. Antoine Fuqua would direct and Eva Mendes would star as Cordelia.

 

 What do you look for from a director to help you give your best performance?

Space. It’s hard to act when being smothered and micromanaged.

 

What is one thing about acting that most people are shocked to hear when you tell them?

People are still shocked when I tell them that the key to great acting lies in having the courage to be oneself within the given circumstances of a scene.

 

When you’re not filming, what do you like to do?

I enjoy writing in my free time. I’ve written multiple novels and numerous screenplays. In fact, I’m in the process of making a movie for my most recent screenplay, Don’t Call Me Sir! It’s a biopic about judo legend Rena “Rusty” Kanokogi, who will be portrayed by Olympic Gold Medalist Kayla Harrison.

 

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About the Author

Syndicated movie & game critic, writer, author and frequent radio guest. His work has appeared in over 60 publications worldwide and he is the creator of the rising entertainment site and publication “Skewed and Reviewed”.He has three books of film, game reviews and interviews published and is a well-received and in demand speaker on the convention circuit. Gareth has appeared in movies and is a regular guest on a top-rated Seattle morning show.He has also appeared briefly in films such as “Prefountaine”, “Postal”. “Far Cry”. and others. Gareth is also an in-demand speaker at several conventions and has conducted popular panels for over two decades.



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