Raagoon: Who will translate this? Do you consider yourself to be a good actor? Do you have any role models in this profession?
Peter J. Lucas: The translator won't be necessary, I still speak very good Polish and I still remember it VERY WELL. As for me being a good actor ... you will have to be the judge of that .. when you go to the movies ..
pytanie: Could you say something about yourself .... What do you look like today?
P.J.L: Tired ... 9 hours of a time difference .. that's a lot. I flew in yesterday and I'm still jet-lagged
pytanie: Where did you fly in from and how long are you planning on staying?
P.J.L: From Los Angeles and I'm staying until Saturday
pytanie: Did you come for personal or professional reasons?
P.J.L: I flew in for the movie premier of "Last Mission" directed by Wojtek Wojcik
pytanie: Does that mean that you want to play in Polish movies?
P.J.L: That was my dream since I left for the US ...
Gotty: Lucas, aren't you being mistaken at times with the actor from "Star Wars," at first I was wondering which one of you would be the guest?
P.J.L: No, I'm a little taller than him ... I am 192 cm.. (6'4")
bodzio: Welcome, why did you change your name to Peter J. Lucas???
P.J.L: Because the Americans can't pronounce 3 consonants in a row ... my real name is Piotr Andrzejewski
edek: Peter - Piotr, and Lucas as a last name???
P.J.L: Yes, of course ...
Vai: What made you leave for England??? As a singer, weren't you successful in Poland??
P.J.L: No, my last success before my trip to England were two distinction awards from the Theater Song Festival in Wroclaw. Trip to England ... I was chasing after my girlfriend ... The way things worked out in the end .. my girlfriend went back to Poland and I went on to the States.
pytanie: What happened in England?
P.J.L: In England I did a series of commercials for British television, which according to my agents was a prediction of a successful career in Hollywood.
pytanie: You were leaving Poland as an engineer, a graduate of the Poznan Politechnic, have you always dreamt about the stage, theater, big screen?
P.J.L: At the time of my departure YES .. I wanted to try my luck ..
wert: Which one of the Polish cities are you connected with the most and do you visit your native country often?
P.J.L: With Poznan .. that's where I come from .. I visit my country at least 2 times a year.
ela: How do you like Poland?
P.J.L: The fact that I come here 2 times a year speaks for itself, I like it very much .. last year I was here 4 times..
pytanie: Do you aim towards returning to Poland for good?
P.J.L: I have traveled between different countries .. being like a migrant bird seems to be an optimum solution for me.
Raagoon: You're tired? At your age? There's still a lot ahead of you, don't you think, the whole life it's like a one great challenge and a fight for what you are?
P.J.L: Why tired? And why at my age? Do we know each other? It's very hard to grow tired of acting .. it's very interesting .. today I'm a paid murderer .. tomorrow a doctor ..
pytanie: Do you like playing the villain .. or rather good characters?
P.J.L: There's a saying in Hollywood that the movie is as good as its villain ..
Smooky: You decided to leave the country to become known as an actor. In your opinion, is it easier to get recognized abroad?
P.J.L: No, it isn't easier to get recognized .. But everything is possible. In the US, nobody asked about my acting diploma .. Counted only my acting abilities.
pytanie: Is acting along side Sandra Bullock or Chuck Norris the same as acting along side Janusz Gajos?
P.J.L: No .. Sandra can't understand Polish and with Chuck I can't get a word in edgewise ..
pytanie: And what are the differences?
P.J.L: We are dealing with 3 professionals here so .. there is no difference ..
pytanie: So what are the differences between acting here and abroad .. money???
P.J.L: In the USA the big movie stars make a lot of money .. but the smaller stars don't make a lot. In Poland, the big movie stars don't make a lot and smaller stars even less.
Vai: Do you consider yourself a big movie star???
P.J.L: I consider myself a working actor ..
ferment: Do you still consider yourself Polish?
P.J.L: Most of all Polish :)
Pavelo: So, how much are you making?
P.J.L: In old or new zloties?