1. SOUNDBITE: (English) Stephen Lang and Hugo Weaving, actors:
Lang: "I got a Clean Citizen award when I was in fourth grade I think from P.S. 178 in New York City. Yeah, for like being clean."
Weaving: "Clean. You? Clean?"
Lang: "Yes I know it's hard to believe. I was once upon a time, I too was clean. Those days are long gone. But that was my first my first award was the clean award."
Weaving: "I kind of remember. I don't know. Probably some prize at school for I don't know. I was always interested in history. And I got a few history prizes but it might not have been the first one I got. But maybe that."
(Reporter: "What about your first acting award?")
Weaving: "First acting one? Oh, I think I got something at an eisteddfod in Bristol that, sorry, that I was kind of entered in that I will never do an eisteddfod ever again. So it was terrifying."
Lang: "Mine was the New York Daily News used to give out acting awards and I received it for (when) I played Bill Walker in 'Major Barbara' which is such a great part and such a great play and they gave me an award and it came as a total surprise. That's the only way to get awards when they're a total surprise. I was absolutely astounded by it, you know, 'Really?!"
Weaving: "You still got it?"
Lang: "It's buried. It's in the trunk. You know it's in the old trunk... 'Hey, I wanted to show you, this son is my acting awards and nominations. I count too you know. It's an honor to be nominated, you know.'"