‘Mission: Impossible’ star maintains busy schedule including role in Disney animated flick
What projects has Martin Landau been making lately? I’ve been a fan since “Mission: Impossible.”
—Bert Ross, Maitland, Fla.
At 84, Landau has no plans to retire. His most recent film is Disney’s “Frankenweenie,” in which he provides the voice of the teacher, Mr. Rzykruski. But he has several other projects on his slate, including “Fastbreak,” “Blood on the Border” and “Without Ward,” and he heads the Hollywood branch of the Actors Studio. The Brooklyn, N.Y.-born Oscar winner says, “When you’re working with a good actor, you have the best time. That’s what keeps me interested at this age. I started as a young guy, and I’ve been fortunate to be able to continue.”