Richard Mazda scored some acting jobs – mostly bit parts playing villains, gangsters, thieves and prison guards. It wasn’t enough. Mazda wanted to make something of himself, but mostly, he wanted to get back to America. He needed a break and eventually, he got one.
“I found out the screenwriter of ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’ [Richard Curtis] wanted to meet me. He was looking for someone for a film he was working on called ‘Love, Actually.’ He needed someone who knew their way around a recording studio,” he said. “We ended up meeting for two hours and I got the part of a record producer.”
This opened the door for movie roles in Hollywood blockbusters, including “Batman Begins,” “Saving Private Ryan” and the first “Harry Potter” movie
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