Drama Actors: What Was Your Most Frightening Moment?
From Mad Men's Jon Hamm bringing up his early years of living in Los Angeles for decade as an unemployed actor, to Kiefer Sutherland and Bryan Cranston forgetting their lines during a play. Parenthood star Peter Krause and Kelsey Grammer both reveal they had gastric issues while doing theater.
Drama Actors: Working with Networks and Showrunners
Jon Hamm reveals how much Mad Men Emmy showrunner Matthew Weiner tells him before each season, and Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston, Touch's Kiefer Sutherland and Peter Krause of Parenthood all talk about how their stories change prior to -- and during -- shooting.
Drama Actors: Worst Jobs
Boss star Kelsey Grammer reveals his two worst jobs were being a security guard and ditch digger. He shares with the roundtable group that he just remembers his manager saying, "I just want to see asses and elbows", which he felt was a really good motto for working hard.
Jon Hamm recalls being a set dresser on a soft core porn movie shoot.
Kelsey also goes on to share an entertaining story of why he had to wear a wig to high school.
Drama Actors: Full Uncensored Interview
Bryan CranstonBreaking Bad, Kelsey Grammer Boss, Jon HammMad Men, Peter KrauseParenthood, Damian LewisHomeland and Kiefer SutherlandTouch join our Emmy Roundtable.
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