Today’s Guest: Jesse Bradford, actor, “Outlaw”
Over the past week, I’ve been delighted to play host to the two leading ladies of NBC’s new legal series, “Outlaw” – Carly Pope and Ellen Woglom.
They both told me how wonderful the star’s show, Jimmy Smits, is.
Who cares about him?
JESSE BRADFORD podcast excerpt: “I’ve never really had a steady gig. That was always a tremendously appealing life to me throughout my 20s; I didn’t want my life to be about my work. But now, at 31, I would love to have a steady gig.”
What I really want to know, only a man can tell me: what’s it like to work with Carly and Ellen, who have starred, respectively, in the film Young People F@cking and the TV show “Californication”?
I know, I know: I’m hopeless.
You’ll probably recognize Jesse Bradford, by the way: he’s been in a pile of successful films by renown directors prior to playing Eddie Franks on “Outlaw,” which airs Fridays @ 10 p.m. on NBC. There was Clint Eastwood,’s Flags of Our Fathers and Oliver Stone’s W. He also appeared in Steven Soderbergh’s King of the Hill and Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo & Juliet, opposite Leonardo DiCaprio.
Good work, if you can get it.