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You pay more movies and I've been infrequent.
From drama to comedy cartoons he can do all hastily dangerous -- -- classic films like warriors and 48 hours that you can forget his scene stealing role on sex in the city.
I know why didn't I took a screen grab of it now to Bob -- -- event you might also know monetary market on its Dexter season for premieres this Sunday at 9 PM on showtime we're delighted to have with us here.
And I might add the positively scary James -- James great to have you here job.
What I remember when -- first -- 48 hours I thought you were the best villain and I'd ever seen -- -- dance.
-- out scans or something like that.
We haven't -- how -- Albert -- Albert can't.
As -- how did you get that -- villains because they look for you or did you just gravitate towards those roles.
That's probably a little bit of both.
Walter Hill hired me for -- because he and I worked on warriors together and it was a very improvisational sort of situation on the warriors and a it was playing a part that was really written for a guy who was about.
Seven feet tall so I had to really.
Be a lot more energetic than me you really have a kind of softly.
What made you were -- I just remember that he was such a bad guy it was your face you just look like you that you -- anybody's throat for a dollar and I admire that by the way.
I wanna talk you have done and he would have done it for fun that you know he wouldn't take a dollar yeah I wanna talk about density gets.
Even though you kill people you are a good guy here I and you play -- I'll kill anybody today.
I -- Some already had yeah.
Would you kill people in the past.
Andy showed them.
They do they show Harry killing people I think so I think touching every season they -- getting confused here -- you can that would affect in the city -- yes.
Have you -- a -- left and right there well yeah the good news that the good news about your character if it since you're already dead they can't kill you off.
They can do any thing that could bring me back to -- -- the kill me off.
That would be -- -- you -- -- look in the mirror and looked so good what do -- what -- we -- in season for any surprises.
The season forwarded me very tense it's going to be very dramatic.
We've got John Lithgow on board you and there's going to be a lot of surprises.
Dexter is going to be challenged -- is -- moral code his.
Relationships is it is is.
Just the way he lives is constantly under.
The scrutiny by his own personality which.
In effect I play yet.
I've played his moral compass mend.
He challenges -- a -- and with John Lithgow on board as our.
-- serial killer of the year.
We've got to tremendously.
Talented and and well trained and and and exciting stage actors that they'll put that tells together -- John's amazing and it's it's it's it's it's gonna be creepy in funny and and and fun.
I can't imagine -- -- it getting any darker than it already is but I I'm looking forward to it.
And Jimmy Smits last year was really good -- and they say it's always darkest before the dog.
I'm not quite that it's making a dog I gotta talk about sex in the city where you did a full frontal -- -- episode.
Did you have to audition for that scene.
Audition for that scene in 1980.
What I did the Broadway production of bent.
-- Richard Gere.
I see and I -- I walked out on stage I admit my Broadway debut without a stitch of clothing.
Really and Michael Patrick King remembered that.
Have been impressive then yeah twenty years later you still remembers that odd even -- -- I had.
My memory citizens that little old ladies from Long Island.
-- up to me -- my friend in between shows on matinee day and programs that I have to ask your question.
And I say don't go ahead and she she said come on down lean down and Eileen dungy said is that a problem.
Well what you said that -- up up.
That's that I I can tell you that.
Yeah well you did they didn't they are sex in the city bring a whole new.
-- -- fans into your life that normally didn't know who you were and value walking on the street you have these winning you know basically.
Attacking -- Well.
Sex in the city rejuvenated my career let people know that I could I could wear a suit -- could be a lover as well the killer.
Yeah and essentially yes -- did introduced me to be the female audience in a way that I hadn't.
Been seen before and and they're they're great audience there there -- very loving.
Respectful audience and very very eager -- Now I was I was it soon before that -- that you were a bad guy.
I any real life -- so it's like you're right do you like somebody was nice to get when you get into an elevator with them.
They would whisper -- year year ten ways that they could dismember you I didn't do that any like hobbies or something that.
Makes me think that you're nice person you collect all holes.
-- -- -- -- Let me see yeah.
I don't know.
Well I have a loss did lose -- certified EMT.
Is is is helping people on voluntary basis when -- what I can what I got.
Emergency rooms that -- USC and you feel like Santa Monica hospital in done some stuff on the street.
One minute I don't really -- very going to be a lot of -- and.
Can you I am just said that it -- a lot of women protect you have accidents so that public votes that you Hillary Clinton who -- Hardly a -- mouth to mouth anymore.
Smart move when did you gotta go to take you so much and congratulations on the success of -- it's a great show and look at what's what's that's premiering.
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