Mandy Patinkin points out that it’s still in your best interests to handle as much of the work as you can as you concentrate on your craft.
Mandy Patinkin: “I love doing research for any part that I do. That’s one of the most fun parts of being an actor to me”
Patinkin why he specifically sought a comedic project, the dedication he brings to his performances, and when his parents were finally convinced he could make a living as an actor.
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Mandy Patinkin on Feeling at Home on Stage: “Connect to one life, you connect to the world. It’s not about numbers. It’s about connection to me”
Sure, most people best know Mandy Patinkin for his role as Inigo Montoya in The…
The cast of the classic fairytale film The Princess Bride reunited at the New York Film Festival earlier this month for the film’s twenty-fifth anniversary, and though one of the film’s stars, Mandy Patinkin, has other projects to promote — he currently stars on Showtime’s Homeland — Patinkin spoke to NPR about his experience staring in the film as Spanish swordsman Inigo Montoya and whether or not that line of dialogue — you’re probably saying it now — ever gets tiresome to him.
Mandy Patinkin isn’t holding back his opinion about his time on the CBS drama, Criminal Minds.
When LuPone was asked about the standard she holds other actors to, she says, “It’s always about the audience. I mean, I’m mad when I come out of a theater, and it’s mediocre, and I’ve spent over 300 bucks. I’m furious. It’s a higher-stake game now, and everybody has to be on top of their game. And you can’t have anybody go out there and dis the play, dis the playwright, dis the audience — you can’t. It’s unacceptable.”
“It’s very interesting as an actor. You have to work so much harder when the writing is not up to speed”