Interview with Tami Stronach | The NeverEnding Story

Tami Stronach has been immortalized as the Childlike Empress from the 1984 film, The NeverEnding Story. The Empress with a name nearly indecipherable lead fans to some of the fondest memories of their childhood, as they stretched their imaginations envisioning their own personal versions of Fantasia.

Shortly after the film became a worldwide success, Tami backed out of the spotlight and focused her talent in another realm – dance.  For this exclusive interview, Aaron and Scott speak to Tami about her iconic film, her reasoning for turning away from the spotlight, and what she plans on doing next. A wide array of topics are discussed as Tami opens up on the wild ride she has endured in the decades since the original film. You won’t want to miss this wonderful interview with a genuinely charming actor.

Our Remake This Movie RIGHT! episode mentioned in this interview can be found here.

Find more about Tami at PaperCanoeCompany.com or on Twitter @neverendingTami. Take a listen to our exclusive interview with Tami Stronach.

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Bastian is a young boy who lives a dreary life being tormented by school bullies. One day, he escapes into a book shop where shopkeeper reveals an ancient book to him, which he is warned can be dangerous. Bastian steals the book and hides the school attic where he is drawn into the mythical land of Fantasia, which desperately needs a hero to save it from destruction.

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The Hollywood Outsider was born in an attempt to discuss a myriad of genres, while also serving as a sounding board for the ‘Average Joe’ – those film buffs who can appreciate Taxi Driver just as much as Transformers – without an ounce of pretentiousness. I try to approach each film on its own merits, and through the eyes the filmmakers intended. Enjoy yourself. Be unique. Most importantly, 'Buy Popcorn'. Aaron@TheHollywoodOutsider.com