Dutch actor Jeroen Krabbé. A major star in his native Netherlands, he has also established himself in international cinema. His film credits include "Turtle Diary," "No Mercy," "A World Apart," "Crossing Delancey" and "Scandal." His best-known role was a Russian spy in the James Bond film "The Living Daylights." Krabbé says it was his role as an sensuous emigre writer in "Crossing Delancey" that helped break Hollywood's view of him as suitable only for East Bloc generals.
The Dutch stage and screen actor is often cast as a Russian character, including in the new movie Scandal. In the Netherlands, he often worked with director Paul Verhoeven. In the U.S., he's best known for his role as a womanizer in Crossing Delancey.
Classical singer Marni Nixon is best known for dubbing vocals for musical films like West Side Story, My Fair Lady, and The King and I. She tells Terry Gross about expanding the audience for opera and concert music.