TV Dramatic Actors Roundtable with Bryan Cranston, Kelsey Grammer, Jon Hamm, Peter Krause, Damian Lewis & Kiefer Sutherland

dramatic-actorsRounding out the last bits of things I wanted to post while I was on vacation are these Hollywood Reporter videos. 

Every year, the magazine interviews a set of actors for their Emmy Roundtables videos. These are actors who have a great chance to get an Emmy nomination for their work for the previous TV season.

The interviews are always funny and full of interesting stories and these new videos are just that.

In this interview, THR talks with TV dramatic actors Bryan Cranston, Kelsey Grammer, Jon Hamm, Peter Krause, Damian Lewis and Kiefer Sutherland.

Check it out below!


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    July 3, 2012 at 8:09 pm

    Brian cranston and Jon hamm are two of my favorite actors. jon hamm seems very down to earth. brian cranston seem like a whole lot of fun.

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