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B.O.O. Role: Unknown Status: Pre-Production Release: June 5, 2015
I added 188 captures from the “White Collar” Season 1 DVD: Gag Reel.
I also added 45 captures from the “White Collar” Season 1 DVD: Pro and Con.
The special features are totally awesome, so be sure to go out and buy it!
VH1 has announced that Matt will be attending the 2010 Do Something Awards.
The 2010 Do Something Awards air live on VH1 on Monday, July 19 at 9/8c.
Thanks Jasmine for the tip! You can read more about the upcoming event here.
Matt Bomer interviews new USA star Piper Perabo of ‘Covert Affairs’
Over on the USA Network, a night of crime is a pretty good thing. “White Collar” returned for its second season Tuesday night, and drew 4.3 million viewers, down 20% from its series premiere but still 12% higher than its freshman season average. It seems a bank heist is what the viewers want!
Continuing the evening of good-looking television was the series premiere of “Covert Affairs,” starring Piper Perabo (“Beverly Hills Chihuahua”), which brought in 4.9 million viewers and is the highest-rated cable series premiere so far this year.
We’ve got a Q & A with Matt Bomer, who stars as “White Collar’s” charming con man Neal Caffrey, and Perabo, the newly minted CIA operative from “Covert Affairs.”
The twist: We’re not asking the questions. In between their hectic schedules — an appearance on the “Today” show (Bomer) and shooting a boat-hopping action sequence (Perabo), the actors wrangled some phone time (very) early Tuesday morning, as in 4:30 a.m. Pacific, to role play. Bomer pretended he’s a journalist, Perabo played herself, and we listened in. Time for you to eavesdrop:
Bomer: Let me pull out my copious journalistic notes. Piper, I know you’ve been asked hundreds of questions over the past week, so anything you don’t want to answer, just say ‘get lost’ and I’ll move on to the next one. First of all, you’re really incredible in this pilot. You nail the character, you look incredible and I thought the show was well cast. I’m really proud to have it come out after our show [on Tuesdays]; they complement each other really well. So tell me, how did the role of Annie Walker come your way?
Perabo: I was doing a play in New York and I was reading film script after film script. I couldn’t find anything … you know, I was really looking to play a hero. I read this script and I thought it was so incredible and I auditioned for it. It took a couple of auditions, actually, to get it.
Added “White Collar” Episode 2×1 captures and video clips
I added 557 “White Collar” Episode 2×1 captures.
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Perseverance is the key, says White Collar’ co-star Matthew Bomer
STUDIO CITY, Calif. – You can tell he’s a Texan by the way he opens the door for the woman whose arms are full of packages, shakes the hand of one of the drivers in the parking lot, and assaults the stairs to the deck of the coffee shop here.
But there’s no trace of the Texas drawl in actor Matthew Bomer, who’s about as far from the cunning conman he plays on “White Collar” as anyone could be.
Bomer says he learned the hard way when he was fresh out of Carnegie Mellon (he’d attended four years on a scholarship) and found himself penniless in New York City.
“I called my dad and said, ‘Can I borrow …’ He said, ‘Listen, I got you through college, you’ve got to figure it out now.’ It was tough love, but it was good for me,” he says, settling on a wooden bench at one of the busy tables.
“It made me realize, ‘OK, I’m my own man now. I’ve got to make my own way. It was hard. And I got upset, but I thought ‘OK, well, I may go out there and get my own gig because nobody’s going to make this happen but myself. I was staying at a friend’s apartment in New York. It was more the general thinking of him saying, ‘You’re cut off.’ But I think it was good for a man. I think tough love is good for boys.”