Back in the day, Harrison Ford took a college drama class in a sleepy little Wisconsin town just to get a good grade.
Even though he didn’t like getting up in front of people, he liked to tell the story.
He moved to Hollywood not even knowing the names of the picture companies.
After his first role, about three or four lines long, he was told by a film guru…
“Tony Curtis’s first role in film was just to deliver a bag of groceries. Even with that small part, you could tell he was a movie star. You don’t have that, kid.”
He worked as a carpenter for movie producers and picked up some movie roles until he got where he wanted.
Looking at his early stages, and even some after he was well known, he had plenty of reason to be, “uninspired.”
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