13. While riding in a car one day, I complained that I was freezing since the top to the car was down. Who played me?
From Quiz Who Played Me in "Schindler's List"?
Answer: Ralph Fiennes
Fiennes, born on December 22nd, 1962 in Ipswich, Suffolk, England landed the role of Amon Goeth. Amon was a Nazi officer first seen riding around in a car listening to someone tell him about the area where they were and he complained about how much he was freezing since the top to the car was down. Amon Goeth was then seen going to a concentration camp where many Jewish women lined up in front of him and he stated that one of them would be lucky. He stated there was a job opening at his new villa which would take one of them out of the grueling work which they were doing. He asked the women to raise their hands if they had domestic experience to which all of them raised their hands. Amon then stated he actually did not want someone else's maid as he would then have to undo many annoying habits. In many scenes throughout the movie, Amon was seen either killing Jewish people or watching them be killed by one of his officers. At the end of the movie, it was revealed that Amon Goeth had been sentenced to hanging due to many war crimes he committed against many Jews. Fiennes had roles in the films, "Maid in Manhattan", "The English Patient" and "The Reader". In 1994, he received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor for "Schindler's List" but lost to Tommy Lee Jones for "The Fugitive". Other Oscar nominees for Best Supporting Actor that year were Leonardo DiCaprio for "What's Eating Gilbert Grape", John Malkovich for "In the Line of Fire" and Pete Postlethwaite for "In the Name of the Father". In 2003, the American Film Institute ranked Amon Goeth as the fifteenth best movie villain/villainess out of fifty characters listed.