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Mortensen was the one to portray the role of aragorn in the movie The Lord of the Rings.
Besides acting, he is equally interested in poetry, painting, photography and music.
He's seriously tired and in some kind of mood, and let's respect that, roll with it, because the hours he's keeping here in New Mexico have just been preposterous. wake-up calls he's grimly endured on the set of “Appaloosa.” And the locals hired to work Mortensen's cowboy picture (who plainly adore him) say they've never seen such a hard-partying cast and crew as the Appaloosans, and God only knows what happened last night, but there he goes again. This is his only day off and it kind of got shot and he didn't get to do some stuff he really wanted to do, and then, his obscure Argentine-concert CD got stuck in the player inside his trailer, because he's never not two-timing the movies with all the rest of his esoteric interests.
The frostbite-blue eyes snap onto mine for a split second.
It was the epic Lord Of The Rings trilogy, in which Mortensen played warrior king Aragorn, that propelled him to global stardom and earned him legions of fans. He has learned what it is to be the persistent quarry of autograph hunters. People will say: "I don't mean to interrupt" - although they're doing it anyway - "but can you sign this? To better understand Aragorn, he camped in the wilderness of New Zealand, where the trilogy was filmed, wearing his character's mud-besmirched clothes.
With similar diligence, he absorbed himself in the Halder role. You realise carpenters built these places, electricians wired them, and you start to visualise the reality.
Mortensen was taught to hunt and fish by his dad, and he has lived out in the middle of the woods — in a cabin, not a tepee as Ben’s family does.There had been talk of a country drive, but the sun hit the deck at p.m., and so we trudge upstairs at the Abiquiu Inn, a 10-minute drive from Georgia O'Keeffe's Ghost Ranch, and attempt to make ourselves comfortable in this spare attic that is one of New Mexico's ubiquitous art galleries. His sideline business is coffee-table books — or perhaps that's Mortensen's principal business, and acting the actual sideline that supports a pretty expensive habit.