Bryan Batt co-stars with Patricia Clarkson in The Fund’s one-night-only benefit production of A. R. Gurney’s 1989 play, Love Letters on February 13, 2012. We caught up with the former Mad Men star and New Orleans native to chat about his career and what The Fund means to him.
AF: In addition to your portrayal of Salvatore Romano on the hit television series, Mad Men, you have also racked up many credits on and off-Broadway. To what do you attribute your successful career as an actor and what’s it like for you work on both stage and screen?
AF: What would you say are some other favorite roles, and why?
AF: As a native of New Orleans, how do you continue to connect with the city where you were raised?
AF: What are you most looking forward to about your upcoming reading of Love Letters with Patricia Clarkson?
AF: What does The Actors Fund mean to you and why do you consider it an important cause?
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