From Batman & Inception, to Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, I adore every piece he has done. I love a variety of music, but it’s his work that really made me fall in love with soundtracks. The music can often make the film in my opinion, and Hans gets it right every time. He’s clearly a perfectionist; with over 100 films beneath his belt, an Academy Award, 2 Golden Globes and 4 Grammys.
It’s this reason, alongside his music itself, that he inspires me.
“…Having bad health has made me realise I can’t take anything for granted and I must look after my body.”
Attitudes like this are hard to come by; so I truly respect her for that.
She doesn’t smoke, drink or do drugs. She wants to be a great role model for young people and in this day and age, that is a rather remarkable and rare find.
Her drive, her passion and her talent inspire me to not let me health get in the way of anything, and to keep going at what I love.
I’ve seen him in interviews, and he is such a humble and friendly man. There is no arrogance or hostility. He loves what he does, and he does it so bloody well. I’m still astounded by Band of Brothers, which he produced (with Steven Spielberg.) He loves people and has a great passion and understanding for them. If he didn’t, he’d never have been able to recreate the moving real-life accounts from Stephen Ambrose’s book.
He has achieved so much, and I have huge respect for him. He, unlike many other actors/actresses, captivates me when I watch him. He compels me, and I love to watch him in character.
His love for what he does, his passion for others and telling a story and his genius in acting are just some of the reasons as to why this man inspires me. I love him!