SAG Conversations: Q & A with Working Actors Featuring William Mapother & Curtis Armstrong (video)

The SAG Foundation hosted some working actors for one of their ‘Conversation’ series. Included in the panel were Curtis Armstrong (American Dad, Revenge of the Nerds, Moonlighting), William Mapother (Another Earth, The Mentalist, Lost), Beth Grant (The Mindy Project, No County for Old Men) and Richard Lawson (The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd, Dynasty, All My Children).

In the video, they chat about their experiences, their careers and more.

And check out our previous interview with Curtis Armstrong and William Mapother!

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