Hollywood Star Signs on with Andolinitalent.com
Andolinitalent.com did an interview with Chance Hurst an upcoming star in Hollywood, California.
By: Andolini Talent
Well, I really can't say at the moment, but I can tell you one of them is going to be like "Straight out of Compton" - a real bad guy sort of movie.
What are you working on?
It's hard to say, at the moment, we have to keep these things confidential.
Why did you get into acting?
Harrison Ford. While I was growing up Harrison Ford was my icon. I wanted to be an action star. I mean who doesn't want to be like him?
Can you tell us about any other actors that helped your career?
Sure, but that being such a broad question, how can I answer that. It was really my love for the art that got me into acting and my contribution to others.
Is there a director you would love to work with?
James Cameron and Adam Sandler because of their genius. They have been a part of the reason I came to Hollywood, and they are the reason that I strive for more.
What is one of your favorite films that you've worked on?
Joker's Rising: "The Clown Prince," I would say is my favorite.
What would you say a highlight in your career would be?
Working with Micheal Douglas (The Kominsky Method) and Morgan Freeman (Shawshank Redemption). I've also loved working alongside Robert Deniro (The Irishman). I have been very lucky to work with these actors. God has been good to me.
Can you describe the worst part of your career?
Unfortunately, I once turned down "Venice Knights." Ironically the actor went on to meet Renee Russo (Lethal Weapon).
Just a few more questions for our audience, If James Cameron were to come and give you a part worth millions, what would you do with the money?
I would start my own business, invest in some charities and do some philanthropic work.
If there was a role archetype, what would it be for you?
"Oh I get it, which role do you think I am meant for? Well, I would say a fatherly role. I would say a buddy or a companion role, for example, I would be very happy to play a brotherly role. It would make me very happy"
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