Richard Kind on Choosing His Roles: I'm the Parsley to [the George Clooneys'] Meat and Potatoes

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Playing Richard Kind on Choosing His Roles

Richard Kind on Choosing His Roles: I'm the Parsley to [the George Clooneys'] Meat and Potatoes

Rachael asked "East New York" star Richard Kind how he goes about choosing his many iconic roles — including Dr. Mark Devanow in "Mad About You," Paul Lassiter in "Spin City," and Andy in "Curb Your Enthusiasm" — and we couldn't help but LOL at his answer! 

"First of all," he begins, "how I choose my scripts [is], 'Would you like to do this, Richard?' 'Well, of course, I would!'" 

He continued, "Character actors don't have to look at the movies that a Tom Hanks or a George Clooney looks at, because we're just a small part. We're sort of a parsley on a plate of meat and potatoes."

Well, Richard, if you ask us, you're the whole meal! 🧡 

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