-Favorite performers: Evangelists and politicians.
-The three words that best describe me: I asked my wife to help me with this, and she said she can't come up with anything you can print. Source: articles.chicagotribune.com
When the writers of "Homefront" first brought together Jeff Metcalf (who had fallen in love with his brother's fiancee), and Ginger Szabo (who had been jilted by her GI beau), the pairing was only meant to last a few episodes. But the incredible chemistry between the two actors, Kyle Chandler and Tammy Lauren, was unmistakable from the beginning. Sparks flew every time they shared the screen. They scrapped plans to break up the couple and went full steam ahead with the romance. Though they didn't start off as main characters in the show, Jeff and Ginger nonetheless stole the hearts of nearly every fan, and eventually the story of their tumultuous, tempestuous relationship became the focal point. Fans couldn't get enough of their sexy, funny, charming banter, and even years after the show's cancellation, fans are still in love with this couple. Source: lemongrrl.tripod.com
Saturday, March 08, 2014
Wednesday, March 05, 2014
Tuesday, March 04, 2014
-I’m about to finish the first volume, called Perfidia –my biggest book– which will be published in Britain this fall. The new quartet takes characters both fictional and real, major and minor, from the first quartet and the trilogy, but places them in LA during the Second World War. It’s the month of Pearl Harbor, 6-29 December 1941.
-You sound like you’re thinking about your legacy…
-Kyle Chandler: God almighty. I don’t check on the tabloids, so I only know of the big ones that are always interrupting my news. Maybe I’d give some marital advice to some of ’em.
Kyle Chandler: -You can't just have one star — it's a team effort. To make it work, you've got to be honest and keep a dialogue going. My wife Kathryn, we trust each other to the nth degree. Hmm, unless she's been lying to me this whole time. Marriage is hard work period. My greatest concern in life is my relationship to my wife and my kids. One way I differ from my character, Coach Taylor, is that I never would have taken this faraway job without my wife’s consent.
-Yes, most definitely. Every actor wants to be everybody — play all the roles. Eric’s not supposed to do any wrong. But I like it when he fouls up and does wrong. And I’ve got plenty, just plenty, of background in that — in real life. Source: www.redbookmag.com
Monday, March 03, 2014
Kyle Chandler (Crazy about my baby) video from Kendra on Vimeo.
Saturday, March 01, 2014
-I think so. I think so... I mean, I've become a lot more obsessed with the specificity of characters and like you said, my work, the choices I make, also being on stage was a really big evolution for me. Getting back on stage last year, I will again next year, to me, being a part of... I don't know... I just feel more alive in what I'm doing.