And on a show that epitomized bro culture, no less.
Going deeper than that, I was dealing with this super tortured soul that’s seen a lot.
I think just by virtue of casting me, who physically looks so different from all of that, [the show was] already doing something really original.
And it was just one of those things that grew and grew and grew.
You’re getting asked plenty what it’s like being back with the boys from Queens Boulevard, and the answer is always “great!
” But what originally drew you to the role of Sloan—especially on a show known for its revolving door of arm candy women?