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Christopher Walken dance video mashup takes the web by storm

Mar 20 2014, 1:27pm CDT | by , in News | Other Stuff

Christopher Walken dance video mashup takes the web by storm
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Christoper Walken gets jiggy with it

Christopher Walken has been around Hollywood for decades and has been in some of the most popular films out there. He was in The Deer Hunter with Robert De Niro. Walken also starred in the film Pulp Fiction, Man on Fire, and a number of other movies during his long career.

Walken has been married to his wife since 1969 and is now 70 years old. He was born on March 31, 1943. One of the things that Walken is known for in many of his films is dancing around. A new dance music video has turned up that was reportedly created by a guy named Ben Craw reports the LA Times.

The video shows Walken and a wide range of the dancing scenes he has been in all in one place. The video is 4:47 seconds long and is certainly worth a watch. Another interesting fact about the actor is that he doesn't like tech.

Walken appeared on a British show called The Jonathan Ross Show reports 3 News where he said, "You're talking about the internet, I suppose? I don't have a computer, or a cell phone. I'm a Luddite."

Walken also read the lyrics to the Gaga song Poker Face on the show. He said, "As for Poker Face: I went on that show to do an interview and was handed a sheet of paper. I didn't even know what I was reading. I read it like a menu. As a matter of fact I didn't even know who Lady Gaga was."

 

"I live in a place that's a bit isolated. When you get older, you're not aware of all sorts of things, like new music. There's lots of stuff that just doesn't come under my radar."

"I suppose I have an unusual approach to acting: I never paid attention to punctuation in school and I ignore it in scripts. I've been confronted by writers for turning a statement into a question – and for passing stage directions by. Instead I ask myself what my character wants in each scene."

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