The challenge for me in a part is if it's something I haven't done. Official Sites. A big-budget movie, that script's your bible, nobody's going to risk going off the page. His father was a Merchant Marine seaman nicknamed "Icewater". That's why I do acting. I always wanted to be an actor, even when I was a little kid. His mother, Margueritte Werner, struggled to find work as a dance instructor, waitress, and model. None. From the lump of clay to a bisque-fired piece to a glazed piece to a finish-fired piece, I like to prolong my involvement with a piece.
Henriksen was born in Manhattan. In fact, I'm amazed that I've even gotten this far. He goes fishing on the weekend. Your email address will not be published. (On filming Tales from the Crypt episode "Yellow" with Kirk Douglas) I had to tell Kirk Douglas that his son was a yellow bastard...He called me over and he goes, 'Lance...Such power...such power.' (2011, on working with Uma Thurman on Jennifer 8) At one point, we were shooting in an old abandoned mental institution. In pottery, I create my own cosmos. A year later, he had a role in Richard Marquand’s thriller “Jagged Edge” (1985) alongside Jeff Bridges, Glenn Close, and Peter Coyote. Every role for me is like going back to zero. Am I going to reward myself and go on holiday? He was then married to Mary Jane Evans from 1985 to 1989.  His performances on Millennium earned him critical acclaim, a People's Choice Award nomination for Favorite New Male TV Star, and three consecutive Golden Globe nominations for Best Performance by an Actor in a TV Series (1997–1999). I have no interest in just goofballing my way through, thinking, "Ah, no one's ever going to see this anyway" . What's frustrating to me is when, on a low-budget movie, people don't take chances. When you get out on a board, all you have to deal with is the movement of the ocean. Lance Henriksen has been married thrice. I'll play a bad guy, but he has to be a character with a purpose. And you know what the feeling of jet-lag is like. He has four children. Henriksen is a native of New York City, New York, United States of America as he was born and spent most of his early life there. But once you start working then you're OK, you get into it and don't think about it. Acting is still tough for me on a certain level.
And then Tony and I would look at each other like, "What the fuck?" Because when Ceausescu moved people out of their houses [to put them in working-class apartment complexes], people had to let their pets go because they had nowhere to put them. When I'm making pottery, my boundaries belong to me.
. I [see] ceramics as a recording device. Henriksen guest-starred on a Season 6 episode of NCIS (2009) playing an Arizona sheriff, and appeared in a recurring role as The Major on NBC's The Blacklist. I was really upset, because Johnson was one of the few friends I had that I felt really close to.
Directed by Mark Landre Gould. Spent four and a half months in Miami's Dade County Jail at age 17 for being an accomplice to a vehicle theft and eluding police in a car chase (the man driving, and guilty of the crime, was a person that had picked him up hitchhiking).
I wanted to make a record of my existence.
Another guy called me out of the blue once, and he actually said, "Hey Lance, I've got a role for you. He "still believes that there is nothing as simple and beautiful as raw clay... And that Potters have the remaining soul of the nomads...always searching....". To be honest there are hard parts to being an actor. I don't know what the hell the story was there. Henriksen’s parents divorced when he was two years old.
It was the scene where the ship was bouncing and we're [reacting with minimal movement]. I'm from New York and I have a shit-detector that's outspoken.
As a young man, he hitchhiked across the United States. You can't do every movie--although I do a lot of them--and the thing I'm longing to do is . But I've only ever played guys I've never met. In 2009, Henriksen voiced Lieutenant General Shepherd in the award-winning game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. Other Broadway plays soon followed. The three-time Golden Globe-nominated actor now has over 200 on-screen credits to his name, during a career which began in 1961. Regarding his personal life, Lance Henriksen was married to Mary Jane Evans from 1985 to 1988 and has a daughter with her. . Where's Lance?" Those films are in me. He would appear alongside Payne again in Face the Evil in 1997 and the dystopian classic Paranoia 1.0 in 2004. If he had gone with them, nothing would have happened, but he was enjoying his tea. For me, it's the same thing with acting. At least, it's the price I have to pay. I was hanging out with the scum of New Orleans - I'm talking about gangsters and killers. I spend half my life living other people's lives.
It was followed by supporting roles in a variety of films, including Dog Day Afternoon (1975), Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977), and Damien: Omen II (1978). In these commercials, Henriksen speaks as a Frank Black-type character about these phenomena as Mark Snow-inspired mysterious music plays in the background, as a link to Henriksen's TV series Millennium.  However, the role ultimately went to Arnold Schwarzenegger. His father, James Marin Henriksen, was a Norwegian merchant sailor and boxer nicknamed "Icewater" and spent most of his life at sea and his mother, Margueritte Werner, worked as a dance instructor, waitress, and model. Then the engine stalled.