October 15, 2021

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Brent Burns stepped into his acting

Brent Burns stepped into his acting

Defenseman Brent Burns has had some exciting times these days. Not only will he return to training with the San Jose Sharks, but he will also see the fruits of his performance in the famous “Vikings” series.

True, the long-bearded man gave his character to the scan character for two episodes, “The Signal” and “Lost Souls”, which were filmed in Ireland in 2018. Premium made them available on Amazon only this week.

During the video conference Burns had nothing but positive things to say about his filming experience.

“I always thought guys [les acteurs] They lied when told they had not seen their own movies or shows. I did not realize how long it would take. It’s amazing to see where they were filmed and how it happened, ”said Burns, a huge fan of the Vikings series.

“It’s one of the coolest things I’ve ever done, looking at the characters for the truth, meeting the actors who play those roles and seeing how great they are. Peter Franzen [qui prête ses traits au roi Harald], I worked with him a lot, he was so awesome. ”

The Sharks Defenseman also gave good words to the film crew. “They welcomed and accepted me despite my lack of acting experience. I had no idea what I was doing. “

Reunion

Burns is happy to be back with his teammates at the Sharks training camp that began Thursday in Scottsdale, Arizona.

“I’m excited to play hockey: to get back to a routine, to a sport we all love and to see everyone again. Ten months is a long time. It makes no difference whether you are young or old.”

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Although the Sharks had to find a new home due to restrictions imposed by public health officials in Santa Clara, California, Burns believes change in the environment is welcome.

“You have to go with the flow. It can be fun, it’s exciting, we do not really know what’s coming. Whether it’s the way to the ice rink or the places to eat … everything is new. It’s a great opportunity for everyone to focus on hockey. The company has done a good job with our facilities. And we have to make sure we have everything we need to succeed. ”