The Mummy, an action and mythical blockbuster, was published in 1999. It’s interesting to note that the movie’s initial plans called for a low-budget, traditional horror movie. However, “Mummy” unexpectedly gained popularity thanks to spectacular effects that were exceptional for the time, surprising plot turns, and dazzling humor.
Undoubtedly, the actors’ skilfully crafted vivid pictures played a significant impact.
Imhotep, the priest-villain played by Arnold Voslu, proved to be so alluring and endearing that the audience loved him almost more than the good main characters. Before The Mummy, Vol was only granted episodic roles, but his talent was recognized and he practically “woke up famous.”
After 23 years, Arnold Vosloo is still a well-liked and in-demand actor. By the way, “Imhotep” maintained excellent condition, unlike Brendan Fraser, another “The Mummy” star.
By the way, a man is the exact reverse of his “evil” TV persona in real life. Voslu is a contented family man who also loves animals. He provides a sizable number of money to shelters and for the preservation of animals.