I Am Just An Actor, Says Oscar Winner Christoph Waltz

Christoph Waltz, an Oscar winner, claims he never passes judgement on the characters he plays because he sees himself as an actor and not a moralist. Waltz has made a career out of portraying morally dubious to downright evil characters in film, and in the new series “The Consultant,”

He plays a cunning and disturbing adviser.”I play the part.If the part is good and juicy, you know what, it’s a good and juicy part.
With his performance as the evil Nazi officer Hans Landa in Quentin Tarantino’s “Inglourious Basterds” (2009), which brought him his first Oscar Award, he became a household figure in America.

With roles like Alan Cowan in Roman Polanski’s “Carnage” and Walter Keane as Tim Bond’s archenemy Ernst Stavro Blofeld, Waltz has been Hollywood’s go-to man for characters that explore different shades of grey over the years.
According to Burton’s “Big Eyes” to the legendary James Waltz, people have a “big misperception” about what is good and what isn’t.

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