Emmys 2012: Uncensored Roundtable With TV's Funniest Actors
7:07 PM PDT 6/14/2012 by THR Staff
Emmy contenders Ty Burrell ('Modern Family'), Don Cheadle ('House of Lies'), Jesse Tyler Ferguson ('Modern Family'), Johnny Galecki ('The Big Bang Theory'), Max Greenfield ('New Girl'), and Ed Helms ('The Office') gather at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel for a conversation with THR news director Matthew Belloni and senior editor Stacey Wilson.
Ed Helms of The Office tells the roundtable guests about the over the top script he read for a BMW commercial, which had him playing a combination of Andy Bernard and Stu from The Hangover.
Max Greenfield on His Awkward Audition for Fox's 'New Girl'
Max Greenfield shares what his audition process was like since his wife is a Fox casting director.
"She was just hired on Fox and was like, 'please don't do a Fox show.' It was ridiculous. Oddly enough, she was taken out of the process because the studio found out I was the choice for the role, and then a call came from the network saying, 'you have to take Tess (Sanchez) out of the room, out of the process,'" he explained.
Comedy Actors: Johnny Galecki on the Success of 'Roseanne'
When reminiscing about his early days on Roseanne, Big Bang Theory star Johnny Galecki said: "It was the number one show at the time when I started. The number one then was different than the number one now, I mean, this was before the Internet and 800 cable channels -- we were disappointed if we were under 30 million viewers. It was just a different time and it changed so quickly."
Comedy Actors: Full Uncensored Interview
Full uncensored interview with Ty BurrellModern Family, Don CheadleHouse of Lies, Jesse Tyler FergusonModern Family, Johnny GaleckiThe Big BangTheory, Max GreenfieldNew Girl, and Ed Helms The Office.
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