Watch: Drama Actor Roundtable With Rami Malek, Paul Giamatti and More

Cuba Gooding Jr. (The People v. OJ Simpson: American Crime Story), Rami Malek (Mr. Robot), Paul Giamatti (Billions), Forest Whitaker (Roots), Wagner Moura (Narcos), and Bobby Cannavale (Vinyl) sit down for this latest installment of The Hollywood Reporter’s Roundtable series.

If you haven’t watched before, they gather some of the best actors and actresses on TV and sit them down for a candid conversation that’s interesting, funny and always informative.

Here, the actors talk about career mistakes, the lines that they won’t cross and the parts they’d love to land. Check it out above!

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