Monday, May 2, 2016

Mr. Ciaran Hinds

Mr. Ciaran Hinds
Arthur Miller’s The Crucible(Until Jul 17 2016)
c/o Walter Kerr Theatre
219 West 48th Street
New York, NY  10036

Dear Mr. Hinds,

My name is Matt Winick and I’m a fan of your work as an actor in different movies including a tv show. My favorite movies that you played in were Frozen and Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life.  In Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life, I thought you did a great job playing Jonathan Reiss, a villain of Lara Croft because I liked on how you made Mr. Reiss have a balance of a villain of having a motive of having power while making him not a dark villain.   In 2013, I enjoyed seeing a Disney movie called Frozen at the movie theaters.  I enjoyed the movie because I enjoyed the plot about a princess who goes on an epic journey with an iceman, a pet reindeer, and a snowman to find her sister with ice powers to help save the kingdom.   In the movie, I enjoyed the humor of different characters especially the Grand Paddie Troll King and liked the songs in the movie.  Mr. Hinds, I really thought you did an excellent job portraying Grand Paddie Troll King because I liked on how you made him have a great Disney traits like being wise, kind, caring, and helpful to the other Disney Frozen main characters o their journey.  I was very amazed on how you did an excellent job making Disney come alive and making your character in Frozen a great character to make the movie great.  My favorite tv shows that you played in were Political Animals and Rome. Rome was a great historical drama tv show because I enjoyed learning about Ancient Rome and different famous people in that period like Julius Caesar.  Mr. Hinds, I really liked on how you did such a great job playing Julius Caesar because I liked on how you historically make Julius Caesar an interesting figure like being a reformer to shape different ideas, and having sympathy to people, and his willingness to work hard on finding peace.

Rome and your role as Julius Caesar in the show helped me get motivated to be interested in taking an early western civilization history class in my high school in 2008.   In my class, I enjoyed learning about Ancient Rome, the some of the early Europeans who made a difference in Europe with ideas or inventions, how religion played an influential role. and many others.  Also in my literature class, your role in Rome got me interested in reading “Julius Caesar” by William Shakespeare to learn more about the reason why Julius Caesar was assassinated and how his assassination play a big role in Rome.  My main goals is to continue studying history, learn more about how famous people work hard to make a great difference, understand the need to learn not to repeat the same mistake, visit historical sites including memorials and museums to help expand my learning,,  and learn how ideas including inventions play a role in society.

Mr. Hinds,  I really strongly believe that you made a great difference as an actor in movies and tv shows.  You really did an excellent job making Frozen a great Disney movie and making Disney a better place on making your character have great traits like caring and helpful on the main character’s journey including making music lyrics clever.  I’m proud to call Frozen one of my favorite Disney movie.   In Rome, you really made a great difference to make Ancient Rome an interesting subject to learn.  You do such a great job playing in historical drama because you really make history come alive to help me learn about interesting perspective of a famous person. Here is $5 as a gift to you for working hard to make a great difference and inspiring me or you can use it to fund the arts to make them come alive. I am proud to call you one of my favorite actors because you have made a great impact on me to be interested in history and to be a fan of Frozen. Thanks for taking the time to read my letter, making a great difference in movies with tv series, and inspiring me. I wish you well for the future in acting and for you to do well on Broadway.


Matt Winick

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