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Do all actors find their characters relatable?

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Submitted : 2018-06-14 19:56:55    Popularity:     

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As soon as you say 'ALL' the answer is no I imagine most of the time they find some sort of connection, though often not at first. It may take time & work.

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As soon as you say 'ALL' the answer is no

I imagine most of the time they find some sort of connection, though often not at first. It may take time & work.

You can't really generalize about this sort of thing.. to make a grand statement like "ALL ACTORS FIND THEIR CHARACTERS RELATABLE" is ridiculous. How could ANYONE EVER know that?

they might but a good actor might do things to get into the part say if he were a policeman or a fireman he might try to spend some time with a real one. He might also do research on a character if it is a real one in history. Meryl Streep played an Australian woman in a movie about her son being taken by a wild dingo and I have been to Australia and lived there so I can tell you her accent was great. Most people like actors who play themselves like John Wayne but a really good actor can get into the part and make you think they are anyone.

My last part was as an "ancient dog" in a play with 4 dogs and two humans as the characters. Could any of the four of us "dogs" really relate to those dogs? - especially as only one of us actually had a dog. But we "convinced" the audiences of our "dog-ness".

No

Some do, some don't.

All actors differ in their opinions. That's like saying "All women love shoes". Well, yeah some do, but some don't. A method actor is not a classical actor is not a professional clown. Some actors have had to play rocks or trees. How do you relate to that? Not every character an actor plays is easily relatable however even characters that are really far from yourself usually have something you can empathise with.

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  All? No. Some yes, they will often saty or mention on interviews, they fit into the character cause of the likeness in one or another traits and behaviours, the appearance , or mind set, or persona, as real person or fictional extrapolation, the parallel in thinking along the same lines,

Not always planned, the actor fits into a role because the characteristics of the character just happen to match the persons traits, in reverse. And some stories or movies are written based on the actors, so to hire them to portray the cyphers yet as written, some decline,

Relatable is when the abilities of the actor create the role themselves to suit their mannerisms and behaviours, that is where the character comes to life as almost believable,because all the presence on stage is real time synced with the person as is,

Similar would be someone like Bruce Lee, Martial Arts expert in real, this plays role as one.
https://youtube.com/watch?v=f-q5FLtlUOI

Offset, to the side, if Trump can play president on Simpson’s, does he get to be President in the real life form, yes.
https://youtube.com/watch?v=UlvYiTJbhwU


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It's unlikely that anyone who ever played Macbeth or Richard III found them admirable.



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