I had a wonderful time playing Dr. Kaufman in Tomorrow Never Dies. It was a real Bond villain, over the top, almost laughable but dangerous.
Your face is your calling card, but you're not so famous that you can't go out.
I shot this wonderful picture called American Saint a couple of years ago, which is still looking for release.
My grandfather was a chef for a Baron in Sicily before he came to America. I grew up with him. I used to do my homework at one end of the kitchen table while he cooked at the other end.
I have a second bedroom I don't use. I'm going to start the Second Bedroom Film Festival. You're all invited.
You grow up in a Sicilian household, becoming an actor is not a big leap.
What makes cookbooks interesting is to find out about the people and the culture that invented the food.
I directed a piece of theater in Italy. We took nine fables from the town and we created a play.
The eye condition that I have is Marfan's Syndrome.
I met Milos in 1967. I was working on a student film. And there is Milos Forman. So that's how I met Milos.
To be a Bond villain, you only get to do that once in your life. You never get to come back.
I get to meet a lot of people, and I really like people.