IGN’s own David Schuster talks about his personal experience as a World War II veteran, and the dangers of taking part in a war that has now been lost.
The world’s first-ever live-action zombie film was released on March 2, 1942, and is remembered for the horrifying creatures and for the people who tried to help.
Schuster, who is also a director and actor, talks about how he got the part.
I’m a WWII vet who had an experience that’s going to shape who I am as a man, as a filmmaker, as an actor.
I was a photographer in World War I, I was in a military training camp.
It was a really horrible time.
I would often see the corpses of people who were killed in combat and just the sense of loss that people felt.
I remember thinking, What are we going to do?
This is going to be so traumatic.
The movie was shot in one day, and it was the first time I ever shot a zombie.
I had a lot of anxiety.
I felt a sense of, Is this going to work?
Will this be good?
So I sat in my tent and waited for my first film to come out.
I knew I wanted to be in it.
I think that’s how it felt.
Schuster was only 18 at the time, but he was already an accomplished actor.
He was an Oscar nominee for his work in the “A Christmas Carol” (1939), and a Best Actor Oscar winner for his performance in “Catch Me If You Can” (1945).
In “Catching Me If I Can,” he played a young man who learns that his father is an alcoholic, and he ends up taking the wrong steps to help him.
He is later arrested and ends up in prison, where he meets and falls in love with a girl who is incarcerated with a murderer.
Schuster plays the young man, and they go on to find out that his stepfather is a murderer and is trying to turn his father into a serial killer.
They are able to rescue him, but they also have to face the repercussions of their actions.
Schultz was a fan of “The Exorcist” as a child, and as a teenager, he began making films for a variety of studios.
He went on to star in the TV series “The X-Files,” and then he did a recurring role on “The Dick Van Dyke Show.”
The film “Caught Me If It Could” is a story of the search for the perfect wife and a group of women who were looking for a “hope” to make a living and support their families.
They travel to New York City, and there they meet a mysterious woman who says she can help them find the perfect man.
She wants them to visit her husband and his family.
“Caught You If It Can” was a hit, and Schuster was a star on the television series “Lost.”
He was nominated for an Emmy for his portrayal of “the girl” in “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.”
Schultz has also been a regular in television, as he played the character of James, a Vietnam veteran who tries to get a job with a local radio station.
He’s also been the narrator for a few films, including the “Criminal Minds” TV series.
Schurer’s acting career has been quite successful.
He has also written a number of novels.
He starred in “A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night” (2012), a thriller about a man who murders his wife.
The movie won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 2015.
He has a few more films coming out.
Schurer is scheduled to reprise his role as a character in the new “The Hobbit” movie.