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B.O.O. Role: Unknown Status: Pre-Production In Theaters: 6/5/15
Monty Clift Role: Monty Clift Status: Pre-Production In Theaters: N/A
WINTER'S TALE Role: Peter's Father Status: Post-Production In Theaters: N/A
THE NORMAL HEART Role: Felix Turner Status: Filming In Theaters: N/A
SPACE STATION 76 Role: Ted Status: Post-Production In Theaters: N/A
WHITE COLLAR Role: Neal Caffrey Status: Completed Airing: Thursdays at 9/8c
On the set of “White Collar,” which returns to USA with new episodes Jan. 18, “There are no plastic water bottles. We have water coolers and everybody uses their canteens,” says Matt Bomer, who installed an Aquasana water filter at home “rather than have 400 plastic water bottles around.” He also makes “a really concerted effort to eat organic meats and eggs, for my health, and to know that the animal was treated humanely and was not filled with hormones and antibiotics.” Co-star Tim DeKay, a longtime Prius driver and supporter of the California Environmental Fund, recently bought carbon offsets when his family flew to London for a vacation.
Tim DeKay and Matt Bomer make USA’s hit show ‘White Collar’ work
Of all the relationship dances on television these days, from “Castle” to “Fringe,” few feel as fresh as the one between Tim DeKay’s Peter Burke and Matt Bomer’s Neal Caffrey on USA’s “White Collar.”
Burke is an FBI agent. Caffrey is the world-class white-collar con man Burke finally caught. Now, as the alternative to prison, Caffrey is working for Burke. Sort of. Most of the time.
This arrangement requires them to trust each other. Which they almost do. Since we like them both, we want them to become good friends. Which they almost do.
The “almost” part, of course, provides the foundation for much of the dramatic tension on the show, which kicks off the second half of its second season tonight at 10.
Nor does anyone enjoy that tension, say DeKay and Bomer, more than they do.
“You know the moments I enjoy most?” says DeKay. “When they seem to be closest – because just when you think the barriers are down, you realize there’s always something in between. There’s always something one isn’t telling the other.”
“It’s a poker game,” says Bomer. “They never know exactly what cards the other guy is holding.”