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Kiefer Sutherland stopped playing Jack Bauer – Interview « Talk is Jericho » – Kiefer Sutherland a arrêté de jouer Jack Bauer

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Kiefer Sutherland stopped playing Jack Bauer “out of respect to the character”

Kiefer Sutherland recently appeared on Chris Jericho’s “Talk Is Jericho” podcast to discuss his career longevity, new series Designated Survivor, his debut solo album, and more. We’ve transcribed the parts where he talks about 24.

On career struggles:
“From 20 years old to 30 years old everything was going swimmingly. At 30 it just dried up and stopped for a while, 4-5 years. Then I got very lucky with 24. And you need that moment where it dries up and stops, because that’s what allows you to look back and go “Oh my gosh, how lucky was I?”

And I will never take that for granted again. When I did 24, I didn’t – it was one of the great times of my life. I hope the same with this experience of Designated Survivor and with my album.”

Why 24 took off:
“I think it was a variety of things. And one of them, if I could take back, If I had the power to take that back, I would. We had shot about four months of 24 before the terrible events of 9/11. And I remember there was a moment, especially because the opening episode of 24 had to deal with a hijacked jet and all this other stuff. And it was just completely a fluke, no one in their wildest dreams thought any of this stuff could ever happen. And tragically it did.

I think FOX as a network questioned whether or not they should even put it out. They tested it with people and their reaction to it was really positive. I think the reason why their reaction was really positive. I certainly remember feeling incredibly helpless, incredibly angry after 9/11, and heartbroken too. I remember feeling really helpless, there was nothing you could do about it. It wasn’t like someone had picked on your sister at school and you went and found the guy and did something about it, I felt really helpless.

And then all of a sudden this show had this character Jack Bauer that was fighting these insurmountable odds and doing all that kind of stuff. I think certainly in the beginning year or two, people really appreciated that there were people out there doing this. The reality is there are people who are really doing that.”

Why the 24 movie never happened:
“It was talked about, talked about, talked about a lot. I never understood why it wasn’t made, especially in the earlier days. But there’s so many reasons why something doesn’t work and very few reasons why something does. It’s complicated. Companies have movie divisions and television divisions, they might not all get along.”

Having fun playing Jack Bauer:
“I have to say, I have been incredibly fortunate as I look back. Jack Bauer as a character just because of the amount of time that I got to spend with that character. I admired his moral compass, I thought he was a very righteous character and I wish I was half that.

But he was also so much fun to play. I remember, this is so embarrassing… I’m 5’10” on a good day, if I’m standing really straight. And they’d send in some guy who was 6’4″ and 240 pounds. And I’d look at him and go “Well, it says I’m gonna kick your ass, so I guess I’m gonna kick your ass!” (laughs) In real life, it would take two seconds and he’d hit me with his finger and I’d be down. But because Jack Bauer had these great moves or whatever, the way it was written, it would work out. So all that kind of stuff was a lot of fun.”

On why Kiefer stopped doing 24:
“When people ask me why didn’t you keep doing the show… I would’ve loved to have done the show until the day I died. I loved that character, I loved the people I was working with, and the audience that enjoyed the show has been incredibly gracious to me.

But let’s be honest, how many bad days can one guy have? We did nine seasons. At one point, probably around season 6, I said “Okay, this is getting a little long in the tooth.” So I kinda decided to not do the show almost out of respect to the character and what the show meant to me. And I had always said the idea of the show was the real star.”

On possibly returning to 24 at some point:
“I’ve learned to never say never with that one, because when I finished Season 8 I said I was never going to do it again. And they came up with what I thought was a really cool idea in England.

And the truth is, I did it because I missed the people that I was working with – Jon Cassar the director and Howard Gordon. And I happened to still have a really good relationship at 20th Century Fox. That was a decade of my life. I remember looking at a picture of my daughter from Season 1, she looked like such a cute little girl with her pigtails and I think was still carrying around a doll. By the end of it she was graduating at NYU, so that put a perspective on how much time that was.”

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Kiefer Sutherland a cessé de jouer Jack Bauer «par respect pour le personnage»

Kiefer Sutherland est apparu dans l’émission « Talk Is Jericho » de Chris Jericho pour discuter de sa longévité professionnelle, de la nouvelle série Designated Survivor, de son premier album solo, et plus encore. Nous avons transcrit les parties où il parle de 24.

Sur les luttes professionnelles:
« De 20 ans à 30 ans, tout allait bien. À 30 ans, cela c’est arrêté pendant un certain temps, 4-5 ans environ. Ensuite, j’ai eu beaucoup de chance avec 24. Et vous avez besoin de ce moment où ça s’arrête, parce que c’est ce qui vous permet de regarder en arrière et aller « Oh mon Dieu, quelle chance j’avais? »

Et je ne prendrai jamais cela pour acquis. Quand j’ai fait 24 ans, je ne l’ai pas fait, c’était l’un des meilleurs moments de ma vie. J’espère faire de même avec cette expérience de Designated Survivor et avec mon album. « 

Pourquoi 24 a décollé:
« Je pense que c’était une multitude de choses. Et l’un d’eux, si je pouvais le reprendre, si j’avais le pouvoir de le reprendre, je le ferais. Nous avons tourné environ quatre mois de 24 avant les événements terribles du 11 septembre. Et je me souviens qu’il y a eu un moment, surtout parce que l’épisode d’ouverture de 24 a dû faire face à un jet détourné et à toutes ces autres choses. Et c’était tout simplement une chance, personne dans leurs rêves les plus fous pensait que l’un de ces éléments ne pourrait jamais se produire. Et tragiquement, il l’a fait.

Je pense que la FOX en tant que réseau a demandé si oui ou non ils devraient le supprimer. Ils l’ont testé avec des gens et leur réaction a été vraiment positive. Je me souviens de mettre senti incroyablement impuissant, incroyablement en colère après le 11 septembre, et aussi le cœur brisé. Je me souviens de de mettre senti vraiment impuissant, il n’y avait rien que vous pourriez faire à ce sujet. Ce n’était pas comme si quelqu’un avait ennuyé votre sœur à l’école et que vous êtes allé trouver le gars et vous avez fait quelque chose, je me suis senti vraiment désespéré.

Et tout à coup ce spectacle avait ce personnage Jack Bauer qui luttait contre ces probabilités insurmontables et faisait tout ce genre de choses. Je pense certainement qu’au début, les gens ont vraiment apprécié qu’il y avait des gens là-bas faisant cela. La réalité est qu’il y a des gens qui font vraiment cela. « 

Pourquoi le film n’a-t-il jamais eu lieu?
« On a parlé, parlé, beaucoup de choses. Je n’ai jamais compris pourquoi ce n’était pas fait, surtout dans les premiers temps. Mais il y a tant de raisons pour lesquelles quelque chose ne fonctionne pas et très peu de raisons pour lesquelles quelque chose se produit. C’est compliqué. Les entreprises ont des divisions entre le cinéma et la télévision, ils ne peuvent pas tous s’entendre.

S’amuser en jouant Jack Bauer:
« Je dois dire que j’ai eu une chance incroyable en regardant en arrière. Jack Bauer en tant que personnage juste en raison du temps que je devais dépenser avec ce personnage. J’admirais son sens moral, je pensais qu’il était un personnage très juste et j’aimerais être à moitié cela.

Mais il était aussi amusant à jouer. Je me souviens, c’est tellement embarrassant … Je pèse 5’10 « une bonne journée, si je suis vraiment drôle. Et ils enverraient un gars de 6’4 « et 240 livres. Et je le regardais et « Eh bien, ça dit que je vais te donner un coup de pied, alors je suppose que je vais te botter le coup! » (Rires) Dans la vraie vie, il faudrait deux secondes et il m’aurait frappé et je serais en panne. Mais parce que Jack Bauer a eu ces grands mouvements ou quoi que ce soit, comme il a été écrit, cela fonctionnerait. Donc, tout ce genre de choses était très amusant. « 

Sur pourquoi Kiefer a cessé de faire 24:
« Quand les gens me demandent pourquoi vous n’avez pas continué à faire le spectacle … J’aurais aimé faire le spectacle jusqu’au jour de ma mort. J’adore ce personnage, j’aime les personnes avec qui je travaillais, et le public qui a apprécié le spectacle a été incroyablement gracieux avec moi.

Mais soyons honnêtes, combien de mauvais jours un homme peut-il avoir ? Nous avons effectué neuf saisons. À un moment donné, probablement autour de la saison 6, j’ai dit: « D’accord, cela prend un peu de l’âge. » J’ai donc décidé de ne pas faire l’émission presque par respect envers le personnage et ce que le spectacle voulait pour moi. Et j’ai toujours dit que l’idée du spectacle (le temps réel) était la vraie star. « 

En revenant probablement à 24 à un certain point:
« J’ai appris à ne jamais dire jamais avec celui-là, parce que lorsque j’ai terminé la saison 8, j’ai dit que je ne le ferais plus jamais. Et ils ont trouvé ce que je pensais être une idée vraiment géniale, en Angleterre.

Et la vérité est que je l’ai fait parce que j’ai retrouvé les gens avec qui je travaillais – Jon Cassar, le réalisateur et Howard Gordon. Et j’avais encore une très bonne relation avec 20th Century Fox. C’était une décennie de ma vie. Je me souviens d’avoir regardé une photo de ma fille depuis la 1ère saison, elle avait l’air d’une jolie petite fille. Au bout du compte, elle était diplômé à NYU, de sorte que cela mettait en perspective le temps passé.

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”24“ Jack Bauer

Talk is Jericho – 3 mai 2017

Kiefer Sutherland brings the A-list, and his A-game to TIJ! He’s talking « 24″ and Jack Bauer, saving the country as US President Tom Kirkman on « Designated Survivor, » playing a complete dick in « Stand By Me, » and a troubled vampire in « The Lost Boys. » He’s explaining orange hair, career longevity, the reality of 9/11 in the world of TV, appreciating his famous father’s incredible body of work, and his love of David Bowie and The Rolling Stones. He’s also sharing stories about his band, his tour, his songwriting process, and his debut solo album, « Down In A Hole. »

Kiefer Sutherland parle de « 24″ et de  Jack Bauer, en sauvant le pays en tant que président américain Tom Kirkman sur « Designated Survivor », jouant un crétin  complet dans « Stand By Me », et un vampire troublé dans « The Lost Boys ». Il explique les cheveux orange, la longévité de sa carrière, la réalité du 11 septembre dans le monde de la télévision, appréciant le travail incroyable de son célèbre père et son amour pour David Bowie et The Rolling Stones. Il partage également des histoires sur son groupe, sa tournée, son processus d’écriture de chansons et son premier album solo « Down In A Hole ».

Podcast: Talk is Jericho 5/3/2017

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Kiefer Sutherland – The Stagecoach Country Music Festival 2017

1 mai 2017

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The Stagecoach Country Music Festival at Empire Polo Club – Apr 30, 2017

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Kiefer Sutherland‏ @RealKiefer. « @LosLobosBand The sweetest end to the afternoon @Stagecoach was meeting you Conrad. You guys are the real deal, what an honour ».

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After today’s set, Kiefer stopped by Stagecoach Festival’s 2017 Facebook LIVE stream for a quick Q&A with Courtney Cole.

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Rehearsing for the first stop Stagecoach Festival, and then on to the Not Enough Whiskey Tour.

Kiefer Sutherland talks about his new country music success and playing at Stagecoach. Jay Calderon/The Desert Sun

For dates and tickets: kiefersutherlandmusic.com

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Kiefer Sutherland doesn’t care about the actor turned singer stigma anymore

The Desert Sun Published April 30, 2017

Fans of Hollywood mainstay Kiefer Sutherland know him as Jack Bauer from the critically acclaimed “24” or as President Tom Kirkman in the current television series “Designated Survivor.”

On Sunday, inside the Palomino tent at Stagecoach, he was a country star with a deep, gravelly voice and a story to tell.

He performed songs from his debut studio album “Down in A Hole” released Aug. 19, including the prison ballad “Shirley Jean,” which has a video, just released on Friday – the first day of Stagecoach.

The crowded tent was filled with fans, many whom loved his energy and emotion which at times had him stomping around the stage, jumping off the drum stage and strumming so hard you might expect him to break some strings.

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Apr 30, 2017; Indio, CA, USA; Kiefer Sutherland performs during the Stagecoach Country Music Festival at Empire Polo Club. Mandatory Credit: Jay Calderon/The Desert Sun via USA TODAY NETWORK
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The actor turned country singer was just as grateful to be performing at what he called the « pinnacle » for country music. At one point, he even raised a glass of beer with the audience for a universal « cheers.”

“I would have played at 8 in the morning and I would have played for 15 minutes. Incredible privileged. I feel really lucky to have been invited. And … the audience was so fantastic I was so thrilled,” he told The Desert Sun in a post-performance interview.

Many of Sutherland’s longtime fans came to know him in the 1980’s when his movie career launched with notable such films as “Stand by Me” in 1996, “The Lost Boys” in 1987, “Young Guns” in 1988, “Flatliners” in 1990 and “A Few Good Men” in 1992. He continued making movies through the 90s and in the 2000s shifted to television where he became known to all as Bauer – the self-sacrificing, counter terrorist, former federal agent. And he’s now in the ABC political drama “Designated Survivor.”

He’s also making an appearance later this year in the reboot of “Flatliners” starring Diego Luna and Ellen Page.

“In my head, it was the same character. It’s more of a smile,” Sutherland said. “The director was phenomenal the cast was great. But Michael Douglas who produced the original “Flatliners” gave me a call and asked if I would partake in it and it’s just something you can’t not say ‘Yes” to. It was a lot of fun for me to do. I’m looking forward to seeing it because I only did a little bit.”

For as illustrious as Sutherland’s career has been, there is one obvious thread that weaves through the 50-year-old’s career in front of a camera – storytelling.

“I never looked for a role, there was films I wanted … but it was always up to a director to decide what part they thought I was best suited to help tell that story. And I’ve always approached that like that, same with television. And music is just another way of telling a story, just for me on a more personal level,” Sutherland said.

He’s been writing for a long time and music has always been a part of his life but, aware of the stigma that can be attached to an actor doing music, he kept that itch at bay.

“It was never something I wanted to do. Definitely not in my 20s or 30s and even 40s, but I’d written some songs that I was really proud of and I really liked,” he said.

His initial plan was to record some demos with his best friend and writing partner, Jude Cole and then hand them off to Sony or BMI and see if they can get other artists to do them. But, he really liked the way the songs sounded and after initially saying “no” to Cole’s suggestion of recording an album himself, he finally gave in.

“He was pretty smart, he took me to a bar and it started to sound like a better idea and so we agreed to do a couple of songs at a time and for me there was a moment, it was around the 6th or 7th song and I had to just acknowledge that I really liked the way he had made them sound and I really liked the songs and I really wanted to play them live,” Sutherland said.

“I got to a point in my life where I really didn’t care anymore if someone’s going to make fun of you, or do whatever they’re going to do. I hit a point in my life where I wasn’t doing it for any other reason than this was another way of telling a story that mattered to me and that’s really what I loved about acting and so this was a very natural transition for me.”

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Sutherland has much respect for and looks up to legendary singer-songwriters like Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, Kris Kristofferson and Willie Nelson because, much like him, they have faults and aren’t afraid to write about them and sing about them.

“When I heard their music, there was something really comforting in knowing that we’re not in it alone. We all make mistake and we have to pick ourselves up and move forward. That’s really my attraction to the genre and I’m certainly no different. I’ve made plenty of mistakes in my life but it’s a long life, » he said.  »It’s hopefully something we can learn through and maybe help other people through .. and move forward and that’s what country music represents to me personally and I would love to contribute in that fashion in some way. »

It is through his writing music and live performances that, for the first time, he can’t hide behind a character when telling stories – a big deal for the seasoned entertainer.

He’s enjoying the ride for as long as it lasts.

“There is no real goal. Which is very comforting. If I can play the bars I’ve been playing and have people come out until the day I die I will be grateful for that. And with regards to songwriting, that’s just something I do. Its nice to have it transition from a very private personal thing to being able to share that.” desertsun.com

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Kiefer Sutherland « The Talk »

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The Talk – Kiefer Sutherland Performs Live From His New Album

CBSTV Videos April 27, 2017

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Kiefer Sutherland is going to talk on « The Talk. » But can he walk « the walk? »

Momentum continues for Kiefer Sutherland’s music career when he visits CBS’s « The Talk » this Thursday, April 27 as a performer and lead guest. « The Talk » airs at 2pm EDT / 1pm CT.

Sutherland will chat about his debut album DOWN IN A HOLE and upcoming North American and European ‘Not Enough Whiskey 2017 Tour.’ Many shows have limited tickets available and additional dates have been added through September.

When Sutherland wraps up the North American leg May 27 in Asbury Park, N.J., he’ll jet ‘across the pond’ to play more than 20 shows throughout Europe.

DOWN IN A HOLE includes 11 co-written tracks by Sutherland and producer Jude Cole. Reviewers applauded Sutherland’s vocals, guitar licks and songwriting style when he performed more than 70 dates in 2016.

Recently, Sutherland performed “Can’t Stay Away” on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and “Calling Out Your Name” on “The View.” Sutherland also graced the cover of Guitar Aficionado, Goldmine Magazine and Collectible Guitar issues.

Keep up with Sutherland on the road by visiting kiefersutherlandmusic.com or connect with Sutherland by following him on Twitter and Facebook.

NOT ENOUGH WHISKEY TOUR 2017:
April 30 Stagecoach Festival – Indio, Calif.
May 02 Belly Up – Solana Beach, Calif. (SOLD OUT)
May 03 Roxy Theatre – Los Angeles, Calif.
May 04 Great American Music Hall – San Francisco, Calif.
May 06 Mississippi Studios – Portland, Ore. (SOLD OUT)
May 07 Tractor Tavern – Seattle, Wash. (SOLD OUT)
May 09 Urban Lounge – Salt Lake City, Utah
May 10 Fox Theatre – Boulder, Colo.
May 12 Choctaw Event Center – Grant, Okla.
May 13 3Ten – Austin, Texas
May 14 Gruene Hall – Houston, Texas (SOLD OUT)
May 17 Terminal West – Atlanta, Ga.
May 18 Singin’ River Live – Florence, Ala.
May 19 Exit / In – Nashville, Tenn.
May 20 Fubar – St. Louis, Mo.
May 21 Thalia Hall – Chicago, Ill.
May 23 The Birchmere – Alexandria, Va. (SOLD OUT)
May 25 Bowery Ballroom – New York, N.Y.
May 26 Stephen Talkhouse – Amagansett, N.Y. (SOLD OUT)
May 27 The Stone Pony – Asbury Park, N.J.
June 01 Skraen – Aalborg, Denmark
June 03 Rockefeller – Oslo, Norway
June 04 Debaser Strand – Stockholm, Sweden
June 06 Mojo – Hamburg, Germany
June 07 Heimathafen – Berlin, Germany
June 08 Technikum – Munich, Germany
June 10 WUK – Vienna, Austria
June 12 Gloria – Cologne, Germany
June 13 Gibson – Frankfurt Am Main, Germany
June 14 La Cigale – Paris, France
June 16 013 – Tilburg, Netherlands
June 17 Melkweg – Amsterdam, Netherlands
June 18 Rockhal – Esch-Sur-Alzette, Luxembourg
June 20 Bierkeller – Bristol, UK
June 21 Worthy Farm – Pilton-Somerset, UK
June 21 O2 Academy – Birmingham, UK
June 22 Islington Assembly Hall – London, UK
June 23 Trucker & Country – Interlaken, Switzerland
June 25 Glastonbury Festival – Pilton-Somerset, UK
June 26 Manchester Gorilla – Manchester, UK (SOLD OUT)
June 27 SWG3 – Glasgow, United Kingdom
Aug. 11 Boots & Hearts Festival – Oro-Medonte, Canada
Sept. 23 Bourbon & Beyond Festival – Louisville, Ky.

Kiefer Sutherland performing Live on Billboard

30 avril 2017

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Performance and Q&A with Kiefer Sutherland. April 28, 2017

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