McGinley talks about Stan and the tiny moment that anchored last season, his time on Broadway and more!
"I think Dana said, 'I don't know how I'm going to get you out of this.'" - Janet Varney
"I like being the weird guy that comes in and goes out. My acting career, I tend to be their weird guy that comes in and goes out." - Dana Gould
"All characters are basically the same, you just have to be honest." - DJ Qualls
"Green screen acting sucks, it is so hard to do." - James Wolk
Dainela Ruah talks about how the show shot around her pregnancy and the "drastic" change that'll happen to the NCIS team.
Scorpion stars Katharine McPhee and Ari Stidham, sat down for a quick interview to chat about the show and the possibility of a musical episode
Vilderrama talks about how he got the role, his character and doing four-page scenes with series star, Mark Harmon.
Josh Holloway, Sarah Wayne Callies, Amanda Righetti, Adrian Pasdar, Peter Jacobson and Tory Kittles chat about their characters and tweeting with the fans
Lily James and Sam Riley talk about killing zombies, training to fight and how costumes help them get into character.
"That is one of the most amazing things about being an actor is learning a new skill for everything." - Douglas Booth
Matt Smith and Jack Huston talk about killing zombies, their characters and how Huston should be the next James Bond.
Director Burr Steers was at Comic-Con to chat about 'Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and casting the talented cast of young actors.
Denis Leary and Elizabeth Gilles, the stars of FX's new show, Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll, were at Comic-Con and Daily Actor sat down with them for a quick roundtable interview.
Elaine Hendrix, Robert Kelly and John Ales star as the band members and the three spent a couple of minutes chatting about their roles, the show and more.
Taran Killam also gives an off the cuff monologue about his life and how he got involved in the show and it's pretty damn great!
“I am a Broadway theatre guy, I do a lot of music and singing, so it was kind of my goal this year to come out to LA for pilot season and expand my horizons" - Jeremy Jordan
“It’s fun as an actor to get to play situations that are really extreme" - Silas Weir Mitchell
"When we did it, it was just for a onetime thing at UCB in Los Angeles where I perform and I was showing it there." Drunk History creator Derek Waters
Season Two of Agent Carter is looking to challenge Peggy Carter and the rest of their cast of characters in the next chapter of the series.