Mc Kenzie is a catch, but he hasn't always had it easy.When he was living in New York many years ago, he had bunk beds—a deal breaker for most women.This role might be more similar than the other two. Glamour: This role reunites you with Fox again, but you've traded the sunny shores of Orange County for gritty Gotham. He called me and said,"I've written this part with you in mind, so I'd like you to take a look." That was very flattering, so that's how it started.I was never the kid from the wrong side of the tracks. I met Danny Cannon, who directed the pilot, and talked with him.It's more college football and the University of Texas. She was seven years old when she watched it, and I'm like, "Gosh, I'm so old!Glamour: You just turned 36, which is insane to me. " Then it feels like you've been doing it for a while. Ben: It's my sleep chamber.] I don't know.
Jim finds himself an honest man in a morally bankrupt city.
Three years ago, I shared a dinner table at the swanky UNICEF Gala with Benjamin Schenkkan.
We chatted about sports, our hometowns, and how he couldn't possibly leave before Lionel Richie performed (he had to be at work at a crazy-early hour the next day). Not that I would have minded—I've long admired Ben as an actor—but that night I was more interested in talking about everyday life.
You see the potential, but how do we do this without making utter asses of ourselves?
It's a big platform, and if you screw it up, you're going to look really stupid.