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article imageRichard Tyson of 'Kindergarten Cop' talks new film 'Death Kiss' Special

By Markos Papadatos     Sep 30, 2018 in Entertainment
Veteran actor Richard Tyson ("Kindergarten Cop") chatted with Digital Journal about his new film "Death Kiss," which was written and directed by Rene Perez.
Tyson played the villainous character Tyrell in Death Kiss. "Rene Perez put it together and we shot it up in the snowy mountains of snowy California. It was beautiful," Tyson said. "I felt like I did a movie with Charles Bronson."
He added, "I hope for the best for this film. I hope they do a full series on it. I would love it. Success breeds success and I am all for it. Wherever we can sell it (Netflix) or wherever we can make it, we can prosper."
On his plans for the future, Tyson said, "They want me to do a TV show, and I want that because that is 20 jobs, and not one. They told me I have a recurring role in it, and I am waiting for the green light. I just had a movie open the other night in Los Angeles. I am back in my hometown, Mobile, Alabama, right now."
Regarding the impact of technology on the entertainment business, Tyson said, "The more that people can see, the more that we can do. That's what I think. Business is business, wherever it is. I did a movie that just opened called Betrayed and I have a small role in it. I get tortured with a car battery, and the director kept going for four to five minutes."
Tyson is best known for his role as the drug dealer Cullen Crisp in Kindergarten Cop, opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger. "I get stopped every day for Kindergarten Cop, and also for Three O'Clock High, which was my first movie," he admitted. "Ironically, the first person that ever asked me to be in a movie was Steven Spielberg, and I said 'I'll take that.' That was pretty good."
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