I had no experience, and this city is filled with people who have experience and who are trying and going out there and auditioning and taking classes and doing plays. And I was like, ‘I took Acting 101. Hi, L.A.! I’m ready to be discovered!’ Which didn’t really happen.”
In a clip from the episode, available after the jump, Krasinski’s character starts a fight with a teammate after lying to police during a questioning.
Jim Parsons on his Broadway debut, “The Normal Heart”: “There’s something about this play… that, in many ways, is for me exactly why I got into acting to begin with”
“There’s something about this play, this particular production, and the effect it’s having on audiences that, in many ways, is for me exactly why I got into acting to begin with.”
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit star Mariska Hargitay is suing her former agents, claiming they’re attempting to collect SVU commissions even though both sides have parted ways.
Guild Task Force to work directly with AFTRA counterparts to develop formal merger plan for approval by National Boards in January 2012.
On the set of Mad Men playing account executive Ken Cosgrove, Aaron Staton deals with multiple cameras but probably not 32 at one time.
During the interview, he also states that “I’ve tried being other people, but being myself just suits me best.”
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Ricky Gervais read himself questions and answered them with his trademark wit in a video posted on the Time’s website last week.
While no one will come right out and say the episode is inspired by the Broadway show, CI’s musical Icarus has a high maintenance director over seeing the extravagent production who has recently fallen off the wagon , and a rock-star composer named “Arno”.
“I’m just trying to find a job. We’re back to the drawing board. It’s frustrating, it’s tiring. It’s desperate. You slightly lose your mind.”
The show will bow after six seasons and three back-to-back Best Comedy Emmy wins, allowing an exit while still on top.
“It’s every conceivable color – an actors dream role.”
“That’s a very distinct possibility. It’s looking good!”
With Carell’s final episode scheduled for late April, several high-profile actors have expressed interest is appearing on the NBC series.
“This is the hardest I’m ever going to work in terms of trying to be noticed and seen.”
“I feel like it’s grad school for me and I’ve learned so much working on this show.”
“The Normal Heart” tells the story of a group of friends who attempt to prevent doctors, politicians and the media from concealing the AIDS epidemic.
TIME Magazine says, “Quinn nails it! A polished act.”
Radnor is now a triple threat and his first film, “Happythankyoumoreplease,” became a favorite at The Sundance Film Festival earlier this year.