Presenter: When Tim Robinson appears on the TV screen, everybody's face is brightened with a smile. This person always gives people a lot of positive energy and puts them in a good mood for the whole day. And it doesn't matter if you are a child or an adult.
Presenter: Tim, they say, a good actor is always a good psychologist. Is this true?
Tim: Probably, yes, it is. I can agree with you. If you need to play another person's life, YOU should be able to feel it, as they say, in your bones! You should be able to understand the motives of your hero's actions. And every actor has his or her own "master keys' to play this or that role, everyone has his or her own methods.
Presenter: Many successful people say that they "do not believe in psychologists' as doctors. How do you feel about this profession?
Tim: When a person is looking for a psychologist, who he or she wants to help them, it is very important to find, firstly, a professional with the 'head' but also with the soul and heart. It must be a person of whom questions can be asked without fear of getting the most diverse answers. After all, many people do not want, or are not ready, to hear open and truthful answers to their own questions.
Presenter: Why do you think it is so difficult for people?
Tim: You see, people often prefer to see the world through rosetinted glasses, or dark ones. And the world is diverse, human life is amazing, beautiful. And even when the black mood comes, this is only an excuse to understand, to comprehend yourself and your actions, to try to understand what to do to rise above this mood. People call life "a zebra', but often see only the black bands, preferring not to notice the white. But everybody's life is always full of wonderful things. And you need to be grateful to God. the universe and for having your parents.
Presenter: Tim, I see you are a positive person and your glass is always half-full. But do you have any strong fears m life? What are you afraid of?
Tim: The most important thing is not what your fear is and what exactly you are afraid of, but how you deal with it. A person's life is a dialogue: with himself, with space, with fears, with victories, with periods of happiness. I suppose you can't just avoid fears. You should gratefully accept them and move on.
Presenter: Do you have your own recipe for fighting fears?
Tim: What suits one person does not suit another. So I would not want to give any suggestions. I only know that the more self-esteem a person has, the stronger the desire to see and hear is in him, the sooner he will find a way out. As for professional fears, it's a fear to forget the text, forget your role, the fear of how you have to do this step from behind the scenes. The truth is probably simple: read, move, sing, live, when you do not feel like getting up – force yourself to stand up; when you do not want to do anything – force yourself do something. Energy is in motion.
Presenter: Tim, is your boundless optimism natural or the result of working on yourself?
Tim: I always try to work on myself. And, of course, from the moment of birth until today, my mood has been changing, and there were different periods of understanding, of what I was and what this world is.
Presenter: What do you think an actor should look like?
Tim: An actor must, first of all, be neat. This does not necessarily mean expensive clothes. But well-tailored suits and shirts, clean shoes, neat nails, a haircut and a pleasant smell — everything is important. There is. of course, another category of people who like to condone their vices, relying on the tact that the external shortcomings to which these evils lead, a person today can correct with the help of a surgeon... Well, what can I say? It is better to live a longer, more interesting and more active life.
Presenter: By the way, you are really a very active person. You have many hobbies Is there a path, that you have not tried yet, which you dream about?
Tim: I dream of painting pots. Any large pots, for example. To invent patterns, write them out... But it must be done somewhere sitting by the sea. I think it's very interesting.
Presenter: Tim. can you imagine your old age?
Tim: Yes, of course. I hope that I will have enough health to be active. I will work. And it is obligatory to go on stage. The artist does not retire He lives to the end in art. I think I will have many interesting and pleasant memories, and I will be surrounded by people who will be interested in learning about them.