Actress Ellen Parren was not always in her place during her training at the theatre Academy in Maastricht, the netherlands. She found it hard to get a classic toneelrollen-to-play and lacked the self-deprecating humor to her teachers and fellow students, she said Wednesday in a interview with The Telegraph.
“I was at the theatre Academy in Maastricht, really wondered what I possibly did it,” said the 32-year-old was born Heelsumse. “It’s never been my dream to be the protagonist in a Greek tragedy to the play. I find it difficult to make some ancient Greek pack and that is up to date. For me, it’s too complex a puzzle to it, something about it has to say to you.”
“I think it’s so much nicer to own a multitude of characters, to remember that life is a lot of trouble. Now, it’s time for me to familiar. Just to say that we are all, but for what will try. People who cannot laugh at himself, which I find to be the scariest. That, but I might also be on the programme. The teachers and the students took it in my eyes sometimes it’s all a lot more seriously.”
Parren has played roles in tv series Chuck, and in 2016, and a correspondent for the satirical programme on Sunday with a Well. It is up to the 13th of december, in the NPO series TreurTeeVee. “I hate that there a lot of TreurTeeVee now on every Friday night at 22: 30 hours will be broadcast,” says Parren on latter series. “If you give it no chance. While on stage or television, people can enrich, comfort, and awaken to their own lives, to think about it. That’s the beauty of the world, and it would be a shame if that is lost.”