My mother took me to the cinema and I didn’t understand anything as I had missed the other two movies! Jabba the Hutt scared me, but when the Ewoks came everything was allright.
I also discovered that I already had one Star Wars toy: the Darth Vader action figure. Every time I walked out of the toy store I saw the carded figure and the image of his helmet fascinated me. My parents bought it for me and after Return of the Jedi I had to have all the other toys as well.
This was my first step into what Obi-Wan calls ‘a larger world’.
Over the years that followed I never lost interest. I rented the movies a dozen of times, I saw the Ewok movies and the Droids and Ewoks cartoons, I read the comics and Timothy Zahn’s Thrawn Trilogy…..and then the Special Editions and the Prequels were released and it was clear that Star Wars was here to stay forever.
Then, things got serious.
I got an invitation from 20th Century Fox to attend a pre-screening of Episode I (and met Rick McCallum there) and started attending conventions where I ended up being a staff member for various events. I met dozens of actors and even worked twice with my childhood hero: Anthony ‘C-3PO’ Daniels, which is still my personal Star Wars highlight.
A highlight in those days were the interviews I gave for radio stations, a newspaper and even one on television.
Another thing I started to do was to interview all the people involved with Star Wars: cast, crew, you name it. All the interviews were published on websites I worked for and finally my own site: Star Wars Interviews.
That's my story.
This site is about everyone involved with the Star Wars movies and spin offs. The cast, the crew...I'd like to hear everyone's stories regarding working on the biggest saga ever.
I hope you enjoy this site.
May the interviews...I mean: Force be with you,
That's me at George Lucas Plaza in George Lucas' birthplace: Modesto, California, USA
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