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James Marsters

James Marsters - Mai 2011 - Jamesmarsters.com Q&A

Sunday 26 June 2011, by Webmaster

Finish the sentence: I am usually oblivious to…

(long silence) I’m not really oblivious to a lot of things. I think I see too much.

How did you find the plays for your theater ?

My then-wife and co-executive producer would read two plays a day and give me the best one. But I’d always have to agree with her.

Do you think telepathy is real?

They are finding out now that sub-atomic particles will behave as we expect them to behave, as if they’re just waiting until we watch them become themselves. They are in a state of being “in-between” before we view them and if we want something to measure as a wave, it will be measured as a wave and if you want something measured as a particle, it will turn into a particle for you. So there’s obviously some connection between them and the human mind. What I don’t understand is that these people are saying the universe takes human consciousness to bring it together, but how did the universe bake for 13 billion years before human beings got here to watch it? We haven’t quite gotten to the bottom of it, so…yeah, I think that it’s possible.

Van Damme or Steven Seagal?

What a choice – Seagal is an ass.

Who was your first love and the first time you told a girl you love her?

My ex-wife. I met her when I was 17 and she was 14. She got really drunk at a party and kissed me. (Laughs) And we made out all night and later got married. Yeah…

Favorite Director?

That I’ve worked with? John Kretchmer, who directed “School Hard”. He took twice the amount of time because he recognized that I was trying to give a good performance. And he was willing to go to bat up against the executives at the network, spending twice the money he should have. I owe my career to him.