Thursday, May 25, 2017

Anthony Daniels Says 'Star Wars' Changed His Life Forever


By Ciaran Duggan,

Anthony Daniels speaks about the legacy of Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope and how the 1977 blockbuster "changed his life forever". 

In an interview with Talkradio earlier today - on the day of the 40th anniversary of Episode IV - the British actor talked at length about his experience of playing the iconic C-3PO back in 1977.

The 71-year-old spoke to the UK radio station at a newly opened Star Wars exhibit in Ohio - Cincinnati Museum Center - which displayed the costumes donned by the cast of Star Wars

Mr. Daniels said: "In the desert sun in Tunisia it was a tough call for me, it was different to standing on stage in London. 

"The whole thing [Star Wars] came as a shock, but fortunately C-3PO came somewhere to rescue me." 

Anthony Daniels was present at Star Wars Celebration Orlando last month. Together with the cast of Episode IV - including Harrison Ford and Mark Hamill - the C-3PO actor attended to celebrate 40 years of Star Wars. 

You can listen to his full interview on Talkradio in the link below.

Source: Talkradio ; Imgur

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