Glamour: I was amazed with how much they fit in within 52 minutes. What you see should hopefully leave you wanting more. The pilot was originally an hour and a half, and now it's at 52.
Glamour: I'm waiting for you to tell me, "Actually what you watched isn't the show at all. They have to get it to 44 or so, but it's hard. Glamour: There's so many unique characters on . Ben: I really like acting opposite Robin Taylor, who plays Penguin, because his performance is so different from Jim that it really is a beautifully odd pairing of two guys who find themselves connected to each other but are at severe odds.
That's what is so interesting about the actor you know as Ben Mc Kenzie.
He'll probably always best be known as Ryan Atwood from , but he's one of those actors who has successfully maintained an aura of mystery about him in a very public industry.
This role might be more similar than the other two. Glamour: This role reunites you with Fox again, but you've traded the sunny shores of Orange County for gritty Gotham. He called me and said,"I've written this part with you in mind, so I'd like you to take a look." That was very flattering, so that's how it started.
Mc Kenzie starred as rookie police officer Ben Sherman on the NBC drama Southland, which premiered on April 9, 2009.
You see the potential, but how do we do this without making utter asses of ourselves?
It's a big platform, and if you screw it up, you're going to look really stupid.
In 2008, Mc Kenzie earned critical acclaim for his solo performance in the "live on stage, on film" version of Dalton Trumbo's 1939 novel Johnny Got His Gun, his first starring role in a feature film.
He stars as Joe Bonham, a role previously played by James Cagney, Jeff Daniels, and Timothy Bottoms.