Vincent Lindon cut by Léa Salamé in the middle of a question about… his “oversized ego”

Vincent Lindon cut by Léa Salamé in the middle of a question about… his “oversized ego”
Vincent Lindon cut by Léa Salamé in the middle of a question about… his “oversized ego”

This Monday, May 13, Vincent Lindon was invited to the France Inter morning show. The actor opened up about his ego and was very direct with Léa Salamé.

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Vincent Lindon stars in Quentin Dupieux’s next film The Second Act, which will be screened at the opening of the Cannes Film Festival this Tuesday. This Monday, May 13, he went to the France Inter morning show studio to discuss this new project. The actor who refuses to do theater also spoke to Léa Salamé about his personal life, but also his feelings as an actor. He made revelations about his ego that he considers “oversized“, and he doesn’t hide it.

Vincent Lindon talks about his actor ego

Vincent Lindon assures us, everyone has an ego and actors don’t have it more than others, it’s just more visible. “The ego is not that serious, what is annoying is when the ego is misplaced. But I have an oversized ego….”, he begins before being cut off by Léa Salamé. This didn’t really please him since he then said: “You don’t want me to finish my sentence“. The host then invited him to continue his sentence where he left off.”What I’m trying to do is make sure it’s not misplaced. That is to say, when I’m really wrong, when it’s rubbish, when it’s stupid, when it’s childish, you have to know how to say: ‘This is ridiculous, what is going through my mind?’ But on the other hand, having an oversized ego that helps you move forward like a weapon of war because you need that toTrying to do better and better and improve more and more is not always bad,” says Robert Badinter’s friend.

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Vincent Lindon, an actor who says what he thinks

If he is not afraid to say that he has an ego, it is because Vincent Lindon is known for expressing himself about what he appreciates or does not appreciate. A few weeks ago, he explained why he still refuses to do seflies with fans. “I just refuse selfies, because I find it disrespectful to people: it’s giving them less than a second during which you stick your cheek, tack, like that, where you’re not really there“, he affirmed.

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