"What's the first thing that comes to mind--"
- Favourite fodbold (soccer) team besides Danmark - BK FREM
- Favourite beer - ALE 16
- Favourite wine - CHIANTI CLASSICO
- Favourite colour - BLUE
- Favourite candy - CHOCOLATE
- Favourite shirt - BK FREM JERSEY
- Favourite fruit - BANANA
- Favourite music - THE KILLERS
- Favourite book - CAT'S CRADLE, KURT VONNEGUT
- Favourite bar - NANOK
- IPhone or Android - IPHONE
- Favourite internet browser - CHROME
- Favourite ice cream - STRACCIATELLA
- Favourite soda - COKE
- Favourite animal - NOT BIRDS
- Favourite coffee - AMERICANO
- Favourite athlete - GIANFRANCO ZOLA
- Favourite video game - FIFA
- Favourite sports - FOOTBALL (SOCCER)
- Favourite writer - KURT VONNEGUT
- Favourite tv show - BREAKING BAD
- Favourite movie - GOODFELLAS
- Favourite genre - SMART SCI FI
- Favourite season - SUMMER
- Favourite holiday - SUMMER, it's the longest.
Note from Eir: BK FREM stands for Boldklubben Frem, a Danish sports/fodbold club from Valby - who unfortunately went bankrupt in 2010 or so and sadly was forced down in the Copenhagen League (4 leagues down). Ale 16 is a brown ale from Refsvindinge, DK and is pretty nice you're a brown ale kind of person. Nanok is a classic "brown" pub in Valby. It has a real 70s vibe to it."
Q: Can you tell us anything about your project, "Trail of Broken Hearts?"
A: Trail of Broken Hearts is a short film I did in collaboration with my good friend Søren Grinderslev Hansen (http://sghfilm.dk/) - so it's a Gourmet Film, SGH FILM co production. It's a sweet little film that we made mostly for the female audience. It stars myself and Emma Bell (WALKING DEAD) who did an incredible job in it - she really shines!!! It is in post production right now and will be done pretty soon. We won't release it widely online at first though cause we are gonna try sending it out to festivals first.
Q: Denmark and the US are very different, in mannerisms, culture and more. Do you agree? If so what's an experience you've had to show this? And do you miss Denmark?
A: Denmark and the U.S. are very different indeed. There are almost more differences than similarities. I would say the main difference is lifestyle - the life here revolves around your car and forces everyone to go to the gym or to exercise if they hope to keep a healthy lifestyle. Whereas in Denmark you don't necessarily have to have a gym membership to stay fit because you get around by walking and mainly riding your bicycle. I love bicycles!
Q: Did you recently work on a western-themed short with the Merkin Bros team? Did you make an appearance in it or were you just behind the scenes? If you are involved in the project, did you have fun dressing for the part?
A: I did do a small Western Themed commercial with The Merkin Brothers. It was actually not a Merkin Brothers production - it was one of the Merkins, Mike Bernstein, that was directing it for ZUMIEZ, and we all just showed up to help out - the more Merkins the better! I was very proud to be the 'Light Bender' on that production. And we simply dressed up after to get some shots for fun. I wasn't in the thing.
Q: Many fans have asked us about Alla Salute and if you might be doing anymore of the web series. Do you know if you would be doing anymore of Alla Salute in the future?
A: I would love to do some more ALLA SALUTE! and I definitely think we will at some point. I wrote 5 new episodes a while back but it got too big on the production side of things, with too many actors and crazy locations. What's fun about the show is that it was super small and easy to do. First season was an experiment. We shot the five episodes in three hectic days without really knowing what we were doing. We slowly found the right tone that I think we accomplished best in episode 4 (which is my favorite) and episode 5. If we do a second season we'll spend a little more time but still keep it simple, I think. I have some ideas for it. Think it might be a "summer version" if we do 5 more eps.