Breitbart’s Daniel Nussbaum has done a bang-up job in his interview with actor John Rhys-Davies, an icon of the tube and silver screen. As you may have heard, Rhys-Davies has been speaking out against political correctness, Muslim persecution of Christians in the Middle East and the hypocrisy of the West in ignoring same.
It is rare enough to find someone in the entertainment business who is willing to speak out on such issues, let alone someone from the UK, which has been emasculated by socialists. John Rhys-Davies proves himself to be not only a deep thinker, but a true gentleman. This is definitely worth the read…
If you watch movies or television shows with any degree of regularity, there’s a good chance you’ve seen John Rhys-Davies’ work.
The Welsh actor has over 200 film and TV credits to his name; he tagged along with Harrison Ford as Sallah in the Indiana Jones movies, played the dwarf Gimli in all three of Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings films, and played the nefarious General Pushkin in the 1987 Bond movie The Living Daylights.
He’s also appeared in countless television shows over the past four decades, including Shogun, CHiPs, Robin Hood, Great Expectations, The Untouchables, Murder She Wrote, Sliders, and most recently, the ABC show Once Upon a Time.
I got the chance to catch up with Rhys-Davies from his hotel room in Brussels to discuss the DVD release of one of his latest films, Return to the Hiding Place.