“I never feel satisfied. I never feel like I can take a break” – Aubrey Plaza
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“It’s just that it’s a grind. To try for that to be your primary career, especially for women, it’s a bit of a grind.” – Rashida Jones on Acting
“There’s no greater recompense than the live audience telling you that you’re delivering the medicine, and then their response is my medicine, and for me that’s the greatest” – Nick Offerman on Theater
Parks and Rec’s Perd Hapley Was Played By An Actual Newscaster: “People would say I’m typecast. Well it’s not typecast. It’s all I know how to do”
Perd Hapley might just be one of the greatest ever TV newscasters, fictional or otherwise.…
Comedian Ben Schwartz Works Every Day on His Craft: “Any time I’m not acting, I’m writing–always, always”
Ben Schwartz might be juggling three roles in Hollywood: actor, writer and comedian, but he…
Jenny Slate talks about getting involved in Married, her character, working on Parks and Rec and what she learned from UCB.
Aubrey Plaza Leaves Behind her Droll ‘Parks and Rec’ Character to Play a Zombie in ‘Life After Beth’
Aubrey Plaza is taking on the box office again with her new movie, About Alex.…
In the amazingly prescient clip, Pratt says, “Man… I just got a text message. It’s from Steven Spielberg. God! So annoying.”
Chris Pratt on His ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Screen Test: “I was like, ‘Oh, I got this. This is mine. This is mine now.’ I knew going in” (video)
Before the announcement that Chris Pratt would star as Star-Lord Peter Quill in Marvel’s…
Adam Scott on Directing ‘Parks and Rec’: “There’s a huge amount of work that goes into this show before the spoiled actors arrive on set”
Adam Scott has enjoyed his time on NBC’s sitcom Parks and Recreation, but this season…
Parks and Recreation’s Nick Offerman Releases His First Book: “Writing a book felt much more like my thesis”
One of the funniest character actors working today is Parks and Recreation star Nick Offerman.…
Nick Offerman talks ‘Parks and Rec’ and His New Film, ‘The Kings of Summer’: “I knew that I could achieve some chuckles with this part”
Nick Offerman is living the good life as an actor—taking on meaningful projects and enjoying fame on a network sitcom. He recognizes he’s fortunate to keep getting a chance to appear on NBC’s Parks and Recreation.
Nick Offerman made a career appearing in small roles in sitcom to sitcom for about a decade before gaining steam in the late 2000s, which eventually led to his starring role on the NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation.
They also talk guest stars and favorite show moments
Adam Scott and Aubrey Plaza spend a couple of minutes showing the The Hollywood Reporter cameras around the set of Parks and Recreation… and they’re not too happy about it.
If you’re like me and can’t wait for the upcoming season of Parks and Recreation, then these bloopers from Season 4 are just what you need to satisfy you till the September 20th premiere.
Rashida Jones on ‘Celeste and Jesse Forever’ and Reading Bad Scripts: “Sometimes you wonder if anybody ever read it out loud”
Parks and Recreation star Rashida Jones is talking to just about everyone about her new film, Celeste and Jesse Forever. Of course, one of the main reasons why Jones is so excited about this film is that it is the first movie she has co-written the script for (with her co-star Will McCormack).
Aziz Ansari on His Work on ‘Ice Age: Continental Drift’: “Acting is a plum gig, and then animation is an even more plum gig”
Aziz Ansari, star of NBC’s Parks and Recreation, knows that he has it good.
The comedian voices the character Squint in Ice Age: Continental Drift, a gig which he is quick to admit is a pretty easy one
At first glance, one wouldn’t expect macho-looking actor Nick Offerman to care about being polite. But the star of NBC’s Parks and Recreation attributes his niceness to getting ahead in the industry.
Aubrey Plaza admits that her foray into acting was a little unconventional.