PORTRAIT – The 74-year-old actor resumes his emblematic role of the needy and grumpy paleontologist Alan Grant in the sixth part of the saga Jurassic Park.
“My life and my career are a series of happy accidents. I’ve led an interesting life.” having fun on the phone of his distant New Zealand Sam Neill. After twenty years away from the dinosaurs, the 74-year-old actor returns to service in Jurassic World. The world after . In 1993, rather than entrusting him with Jurassic Park the emblematic role of the needy and grumpy paleontologist Alan Grant, Steven Spielberg should perhaps have given him that of Professor Ian Malcolm, the chaos theorist camped by Jeff Goldblum.
But each role that has fallen to him is due to divine chance, according to this wine enthusiast: “That call from Colin Trevorrow was the last thing I expected. I was dubious, but he convinced me after a good meal in Spainhe recalls. This installment gives the franchise and Alan a worthy conclusion.” From his character he should: “He hasn’t evolved. He still believes in science, he just got older and lives like a gruff hermit.”