James Marsden never had a grand plan. In fact, when the young actor packed his bags and left Oklahoma for Los Angeles almost 30 years ago, he was following what he calls “the blind confidence of youth” rather than a predetermined career path. In this in-depth conversation with IWC CEO Chris Grainger-Herr, Marsden reflects on the diversity of his resulting body of work, why shared experiences are so important to artists, and how the creative energy of L.A. fuels him every day. The pair also discuss Marsden’s portrayal of IWC founder F.A. Jones – a performance that Grainger-Herr says “still gives me goosebumps” – and why dreaming bigger than you ever thought possible is the key to bringing a vision to life.
Tune in to this episode of Partners In Time and hear two friends discuss the value of determination, courage, and a visionary spirit when building a legacy.
24.09.2021 - 55 min.
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