Posts Tagged ‘interview’

Daily Dragon: Doing It With Heart

Remember when Yondu told Peter Quinn in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, “I don’t use my head to fly the arrow, boy, I use my heart”? It’s an apt description of how Michael Rooker has tackled his acting career. At his Dragon Con press conference on Friday afternoon, Rooker spoke of approaching every role […]

Michael Rooker on EWC

Michael stopped by MLB’s Express Written Consent to talk movies, television, comic cons and the bag of tricks every actor should bring to an audition!

Unlocked: Michael Rooker at the Texas Theatre Thursday 12/29

One night only at the Texas Theatre in Dallas – free screening of Unlocked: The World of Games Revealed with Michael Rooker.

AC Boardwalk Con Interview

Interview filmed at Atlantic City Boardwalk Con

Video: Q&A at KQRS Radio

Listener Q&A at 92 KQRS Radio Minneapolis

Global Dispatch: Michael Rooker Talks MegaCon, Stan Lee, Walking Dead, Mallrats 2 and GOTG

“You know it’s a cool thing when you can ride a horse all day long and have a six-gun strapped to your waist. You’re a cowboy…you’re jumping in a racecar, or you’re climbing a mountain: It’s very cool, very cool – doing what I do.”

KDOT Interview: Michael Talks With Klint “Chronic” (Soundcloud)

@KroniklyLate421: I had the pleasure of talking to Michael Rooker today, this is the uncut interview talking about comic con, Guardians of the Galaxy, Tombstone and other experiences. Interview with Michael Rooker

Since his breakout performance in Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, Michael Rooker has appeared in over a hundred projects including Cliffhanger, Days of Thunder, JFK, Tombstone, and Mallrats. Today we are pleased to have Mr.Rooker with us to speak about his portrayal of Merle in AMC’s wildly popular series The Walking Dead and the upcoming soon to be wildly popular Marvel film Guardians of the Galaxy!

Interview with Michael Rooker by Nick Mastrangelo

A+ Interview by Nick with Michael Rooker at Stan Lee’s Comikaze.

Rock Cellar Magazine: Michael Rooker Speaks Up

Merle Dixon, played by Michael Rooker, was a fighter. And not unlike the countless brutes, villains, and psychopaths that Rooker has played throughout his prolific career, the character of Merle Dixon was the survivor of a horrible childhood, looking to reclaim some sense of power and purpose.