Lee attacks young guns
Lee, veteran of more than 200 films, said: "Actors are much too young these days.
"Where should a 20-year-old get the experience he needs for a big role?"
Lee, 82, played Charles in the "Corridor of Mirrors" as a 25 year old.
When German magazine Bunte asked if any of the new generation impressed him Lee replied: "No. Not one."
He went on to attack the film industry, saying Hollywood studios are too busy with marketing to know a good script when they saw one.
"The big studios are only filled with lawyers and accountants," Lee added.
"These people think they can plan success or force it with marketing tactics. A good script matters less and less.
"I was recently offered four great roles in European films. I said yes to all of them. But unfortunately none of these films will be shot because marketing people have turned them down."