Here is the latest batch of fan-submitted questions Bronson has answered for us! Enjoy and send your questions for the next one!
Q: We know that you enjoy renovating old houses. Do you also enjoy gardening? If so, what are some of your favorite plants?
A: No, but I enjoy supervising gardening. And I love being in gardens. I like willows and cypresses and hemlocks and umbrella pines. And lilacs and gardenias and peonies and climbing roses…and ivies…and clover….and wisteria…
Q: First of all I want to say, that you are a great actor. I have yet to see the rest of your work but among my favorites is Perfect Strangers and The Langoliers. My question is, did you ever see Nostalgia Critic’s review of Langoliers and if so what did you think?
A: I didn’t. Was it mean? I don’t like reviews when they make me sad.
Q: Bronson, recently I have been watching the earlier episodes of Perfect Strangers after having watched the later seasons and I noticed how much Balki’s English had improved over the years. Is this something you would change each season, or how exactly would you go about thinning out his accent?
A: I never thought about it one bit, it was organic. For a while I had a Russian trainer, and I thought he had a bit of influence on the accent which I did not put in there on purpose.
Q: What was your first impression of Mark like?
A: His hands were shaking and he had a giant plastered-on smile. That’s what I remember of Minute One.
Q: What made you decide to switch to drama from painting when you were at Yale?
A: I’d always secretly wanted to do it.
Q: What kind of deoderant do you use?
A: I forget…it’s in the bathroom. No, wait a second, I stopped using it. No one has ever complained, but many people say I have a nice smell. They could be lying.
Q: What’s your dream acting job?
A: Um, at this point, anything with lines.
Q: What inspires you?
A: Acts of compassion.
Q: The desert island question: if you were stranded in a desert island, what three things would you take with you?
A: The Odyssey, baby wipes, and an 18th century Greek mountain house.
Q: Are there any personality traits you wish you could change on yourself?
A: I tickle my Mom’s ears and pinch her butt (fairly lightly) though she begs me not to, but she is laughing when she begs. I am too fond of bread pudding with custard and chocolate chunks in it. And I wear the same jeans too often.
Q: Do you have a motto?
Q: What does your dream home look like?
A: Any of Palladio’s masterpieces will do.