Liam Neeson is actually considered a pleasant contemporary, the actor has largely remained scandal-free in his more than 40-year career. But there is one topic where the 68-year-old apparently forgets his good nursery: Donald Trump.
In an interview with the "Express" Neeson to make a pithy statement regarding the incumbent US President. When asked about the current political situation, the actor spoke of George Floyd's death, whom he calls murder, and said, "It would be helpful if we had a manager." And continued, "Instead, we have this inept, disgusting atrocity of a man and his cabinet of ass crawlers."
Liam Neeson doesn't say a word
These are strong words – even for someone in a man who is traditionally hostile to Trump Hollywood earned. Knowing that this made a violent statement, Neeson pushed after: "You can quote me as often as you want."
Liam Neeson was born in Northern Ireland in 1952, but has British and Irish citizenship and American citizenship and has lived in New York for a long time. From 1994 to her death In 2009 he was married to Natasha Richardson, the daughter of Vanessa Redgrave and Tony Richardson.
In the interview, Neeson also spoke about his wife, who died eleven years ago: "I talk to her every day," says the widower. Richardson's grave is only two kilometers from his house. "I'm talking to her as if she were with me."
Liam Neeson recently made the film "Made in Italy" – together with his son Micheál, who is also his son on the big screen. The father obviously liked his acting performance: "I liked what I saw," said Neeson. "He has a certain presence that is important for the camera, the cinema."
Source used: "Express.de"