By Jean-Paul Eliard
The October 26th, 2018
What did you like about the storyline and your role in Fantastic Beasts:
The Crimes of Grindelwald?
What I will enjoy the most of the storyline is the connection to the Harry Potter books and films.
Now we see characters that are familiar to us such as Dumbledore and we get to see Hogwarts again which makes this very exciting.
The story is generally darker and it goes into so much more detail of how the world we originally knew was created. The world expands immense.
How was the filming of this movie?
Filming the scenes were I was in was an incredible experience. The set alone was very large and the team thought of the smallest details. It was unbelievable.
One major scenes I was part of was film during the nights last year.
We were up to 500 extras in one scene. It was an incredible scene happening in Paris were we get to know what happens to Nagini and Credence.
More details will be revealed making us, understand a bit more of who these characters are.
Why you moved to London in the age of 21 years old,
that was to be actor?
I moved to London very young not with the intention to act in films or TV-Shows.
I wanted to learn the language as I was always fascinated speaking English.
I always wanted to. That was the original idea.
When and why did you choose to be an actor?
It sort of came by coincidence. I kind of slipped into this because of
some friends that have studied Drama in London and they told me about it.
I basically signed top with some agencies and they asked me of I am available to film for a major feature film-which turned out to be Fantastic Beasts second part.
I intend to continue in film if I can.
What is your next challenge?
I guess my next challenge is to get more major roles in films or TV-Shows to get an audience and I will see where it leads to.
Thank you very much for your interview Jan and I wish you the best.