Christoph Waltz

Academy Award-winning actor

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Academy Award-winning German-Austrian actor

Christoph Waltz on KCRW

As an actor, Christoph Waltz says his most important job is to "get out of the way."

Christoph Waltz: Big Eyes

As an actor, Christoph Waltz says his most important job is to "get out of the way."

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