The video clip can be seen at Extra TV.com, or you can access the quicktime movie here. But with your brother, it`s like the gloves are off. So I know that, you know, you`re on vacation right now and everything, and I know that you`re from New York. I know you`re really upset about the fact that the Red Sox won this year. You can read more about the movie and view behind the scenes photos at
Woody Hoyt character."We had this fight scene, and it was amazing how free I could be as an actor.
I could do things I'd never try with an actor I didn't know, like pushing him in the face.
When I took this picture, I didn't even know it was Jerry, I was like- "cool a demon! " Jerry was such a good sport and very enthusiastic- and was very into his make-up job.
He was so excited that he kept touching his face exclaiming, "guys you got to feel this!
The article and photos have been added to the interviews section of the web site. Two new photos of Jerry and Charlie O'Connell from the Crossing Jordan episode "Skin and Bone" have been posted at nbc.com/Crossing_Jordan. Then choose the video clip in the second row with Jill's photo that says "Behind the Scenes".) Here is an interesting quote from Miguel Ferrer in regards to directing an upcoming episode of Crossing Jordan.
"The crew just killed themselves for me, and all the actors just brought their A game.
" Then he walked around the room and let us all touch.
He was very talkative and made us all feel like we were buddies of his which was hilarious because the last time an actor was this gracious was when I interviewed Tom Cruise- knowing how to work a crowd is half the battle!
Dreamer has screen captured photos of the segment posted at Written and Directed by Mike Hurst, Room 6 concerns a young woman (Christine Taylor) whose world is turned upside down after a tragic accident steals away her fiancé (Shane Brolly).
Jerry also appeared with his brother Charlie on Extra. But the thing I`m plugging right now is my brother -- my real-life biological brother, Charlie, my younger brother, is in Sunday`s episode, and we -- he and I get into a little bit of an argument. I got to tell you, a lot of times, if you have conflict with another actor or a stunt guy, you sort of pull back a little bit because you don`t want them, you know, hitting you or getting mad at you if do you something that might offend them. And somebody -- I saw a hat the other day, where it was the Yankees symbol and it said "New York chokers," and it was not funny, man. The walls of reality continue to crumble as the troubled woman and a fellow victim (Jerry O'Connell) try to track down their loved ones at a mysterious hospital which should not exist.
It's probably the most emotional I've been in 'Jordan.' My mother came to watch a couple of scenes, and she saw the fight.