She noted in an interview she "had an American boyfriend, went to football games and to my American prom.
I was so serious about my American boyfriend, I brought him back to Germany with me to visit my parents.
ESQ: That scene where Matt Damon dyes your hair in the hotel room has become pretty iconic. FP: Or what's the scene — Meryl Streep in Out of Africa. You don't want to constantly wait around — a lot of movies fall apart, or there's just not as much out there as there used to be.
It was this weird, dark, dirty, crazy little bathroom in this dirty place. ESQ: It's a bit of a trope: Warren Beatty in Shampoo. He was also cutting mine, which was a little bit scary. As a creative person, you want to be creative, you know?
He says, "I admire her as an actress but nothing more." » German actress Franka Potente has few bad things to say about her Bourne Identity co-star Matt Damon - but she'll never let him near her hair, even though he came to her rescue during a color crisis.
So why has she involved herself with a low-budget British flick for a director whose main experience has been writing scripts for East Enders? "You can have little adventures with different people. You get to see different things with different leaders."Creep is a horror film set on the London Underground. I find myself — and I hate to admit it — but we watch more TV than we go to the movies. And when they're asked about it, they say they love it. But still, it's kinda like, You know, do a good job. FP: I have a couple of good guest scenes on TV shows. When I heard that the series was coming to an end, I pummeled my managers and agents to get me on that, and I did and loved it. And honestly, TV shows are great right now in America. ESQ: I don't know if this is good or bad for an actor, but television can respond to the audience's reaction. They were horrified." After finishing high school in Germany, Potente enrolled at the Otto Falckenberg School of Performing Arts in Munich.Potente took acting jobs outside school time and appeared in her first movie in the 1995 student film Aufbruch.