The episode where Lexi Featherston committed the ultimate party foul.
“George Lucas didn’t even know that I was coming … I also got to meet Steven Spielberg, who was there.”
The creator of The O.C. looks back at the self-referential Fox teen soap a decade after its debut.
To Danny Trejo.
“To be alternative in a field full of English snobs was quite a feat.”
“I really do hate them.”
“Got a couple of suits. It’s time to clean up.”
It took him “years” to finally get his guest role.
“For two to three years, they would put his crazy sweaters on me.”
“She’s still hot — very hot.”
He “seemed to complicate what was the most ideal situation.”
Plus, what’s happening with the Awesome Show.
Showtime sent her the whole first season — free!
“I came into this business a little more innocently. I didn’t get a publicist until after, like, Cocktail.”
It has nothing to do with Magic Mike.
“You’re talking to a journeyman character actor who knows that sometimes it’s good. And sometimes it’s really hard.”
“I did yoga and got bummed out by a lot of that chakra talk. I just wanted to do some great stretches.”
“I see him more as simple than dumb.”
“My physiognomy is not best fit for action.”
His mom once threw their television out the window.