What’s Inside 283
0:00 SEG 1 Actor Rory Ross (https://www.theroryross.com/) talks about acting in ‘The Book of Boba Fett’, his love of Star Wars starting when he was 6 years old in the children’s hospital, his early plans to become a mechanical engineer, getting the acting bug after playing a chicken on stage, when R2D2 met Jesus, creating the Boba Fett set in a parking lot, filming on the panoramic set called The Volume, how he got the part as a Tusken Raider, and putting out good vibes in order to manifest his next acting gigs
14:40 SEG 2 Actor Rory Ross (https://twitter.com/theroryross) talks about working with Dean Devlin on the show ‘The Librarians’, what it takes to get into character as real people like Lee Harvey Oswald and Chris McCandless, how the Boba Fett stunt work was done, Tusken actors running into each other due to sight limitations, the struggles of breathing when wearing a Tusken costume, the evolution of the Tuskens, COVID protocols on set, which Star Wars actor he’d most love to meet, getting bit by a horse, and working with the homeless in Seattle.
38:25 SEG 3 Actor Chris Bartlett (https://twitter.com/chrisfbartlett) talks about acting in ‘The Mandalorian’, taking over C3P0, being recognized by George Lucas, getting advice from Anthony Daniels, working on video games as a user experience director, and creating costumes for productions.
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