Zitat des Tages von Travis Fimmel:
'Vikings' is filmed in Ireland, and 400 people get jobs from that show. Their economy is not that good, so I'm proud of what we've done and will do anything to help that show.
I think there should be comedy in everything; it doesn't matter what you're doing.
I eat with my hands when I am home alone!
Religion is such a path with people.
I'm not into 'things.'
I'm not drawn to actresses, but I have no rules about that. I just want to be around positive people. The toughest thing will be to find a girl who will be prepared to live in the middle of nowhere in the middle of the country. I don't think L.A.'s the place to find one.
I actually don't think Ireland has a summer. I never experienced a summer there. It was just so wet.
Some actors are better with words than me. I prefer to play it rather than say it - and keep people thinking.
Acting wasn't some long-held dream, and it still isn't, really. I'm just trying to make some money and pay the bills.
Half of acting is you're very intimidated, overcoming your fears, letting yourself be vulnerable in front of people and that sort of stuff.
As a kid, my nickname was Tarzan. I never wore shoes, and I walked around and fished and camped out and just was a grub.
I wanted to re-examine stories people think they know without the rose-colored glasses of Hollywood and let the audience decide for themselves if people like Wyatt Earp were sinners or victims of life circumstances.
I have enough trouble just speaking normal Australian. On 'Vikings,' we had a great vocal coach who helped make all of us sound the same. But I'm very bad at accents, to be honest.
I've never worked out, mate. It doesn't interest me.
I'm a hell of a bloody good dancer.
The landscape in Ireland is just - I've never been in such a beautiful place with the lakes and ocean and everything.
I like cable: you only work four months out of the year and have the other eight months to do movies if you want.
There's a lot of sacrifices you have to make to be the boss.
I'm always just travelling out of a suitcase. You get used to it.
There are so many good stories about the Vikings.
George Blagden is a great actor.
I want a job where I work for eight months, then do nothing for four.
I can't drink if I have to get up early, man. It kills me.
It's beautiful, shooting in Ireland. It's an amazing country.
A lot of people talk too much. They speak... except they don't.
I don't like getting up in front of people and being the loud one when everybody's out quiet and you're the only one talking. I'm not a fan of that. I'm fine when I get in front of a camera, I don't care. You'll never see me on stage. Not at all.
I've always been fascinated with what motivates people's transgressions and the scandalous journey into infamy.
I'm always thinking I'm messing up. I did a lot of classes. I can't stand being on stage or the only one talking in a room, so class really helped me deal with that. It doesn't really get any easier, but it helps you focus on the acting.
I don't take care of myself at all. I've no idea why I'm not a fat bloater. I eat everything and anything. I never cook and just eat take-outs.
I grew up on a farm. We had 11 dogs and, like, 1,500 cattle.
I haven't changed a bit. I go out with my mates, but I probably have to watch what I do a little more.
I've always built furniture and done farm work.
I dress like a bum all the time. I'm a pretty casual fella.
I like Rebecca Miller and her writing. She's a tremendous writer and director.
I've been misunderstood when it comes to women. I've got a big heart and a little brain. But I love women being women; there's something about their skin. I do love strong, independent women, but they are definitely complicated.
It's a bit weird; everybody is trying to be different, but then they're exactly the same as whatever mob they hang out with.