As he releases his latest film as a director, what do you want to ask the man who played the ultimate Euro-iceman in 80s action flicks?
Here’s some things you might not know about Dolph Lundgren: he’s got a masters in chemical engineering, Jerry Springer played the US president in his directorial debut The Defender, and his real first name is … Hans.
Well, would Hans Lundgren have been the same big deal? The ultimate Euro-iceman in the 1980s, he played a villain in Bond film A View to a Kill (at the behest of then-girlfriend Grace Jones, who had a starring role in the film), and man-mountain Soviet boxer Ivan Drago in the fondly remembered Rocky IV (so fondly remembered, in fact, that director-star Sylvester Stallone, weirdly, felt the need to release a director’s cut a few weeks back). Lundgren, notoriously, put Stallone in hospital with a dangerously swollen heart after he was allowed to whale on his co-star, no holds barred, for a few seconds.