If you could pick four people dead or alive – famous or not – to accompany you on your first trip with the ID. Buzz, who would it be?
Jimmy Stewart was my favourite actor. I would pick him together with the comedian Billy Connolly – that could be a good mix. And the actress Lou Gish, she passed away, I had a play with her in London and I miss her. The fourth could be Sigourney Weaver … she is a great actress, why not?
You really enjoy driving: and you had been around the world with your motorcycle. What means driving to you?
It is a sort of meditation for me. There is something very satisfying going from point A to point B. You never know what will happen, who you will meet. It is very pleasing somehow this nomadic way of life. That’s why I like old cars and bikes because you never know if they gonna make it or not … or if they break down. I like the fun of driving.
You love cars and a good adventure. Please give us more details about your classic car collection and how many Volkswagen you own?
I have five Volkswagens and a 1937 Wolseley. One of the cars Winston Churchill really loved. This one came from the Movie “Christopher Robin” I made. And I own a 1960 Silver Cloud II Rolls-Royce. I like to drive it in L.A. And I have some Rat Rods – quite silly cars, but fun and a big Off-Road vehicle.
Would you ever sell them?
Yes … when I get a new one I like to sell another one. Some of them I can never sell. The oval window beetle from 1954 I will always keep.