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Macht didn’t have to pass the bar for his role as pragmatic lawyer Harvey Specter on the USA series “Suits,” now into its fourth season. But he faced a trial anyway. Another actor had been cast by the time he read the script. “I had been doing film for 15 years, and saw a lot of the better writing was in television,” he says. “I asked my representation about it, and they said they were going with another guy. And they did. … And he turned it down. “Then I said, ‘Can I get in?’ I sat down with Aaron Korsh, the creator, and the producers, and coming out of that meeting, they said, ‘This is our guy. We need to see him read, but this is our guy.’ … I did the work and came prepared, and did the audition. They all believed in me, which allowed me to believe more and more in the character.
Macht didn’t have to learn organic chemistry for his role as Dr, Mark Gabriel in Steven Spielberg’s sci-fi series “The Others,” either, But that was a different situation, Macht didn’t want to do television when that part came along, “I was making $210 a week doing a play,” Macht says, “I was told to go out for pilot season, (but) I didn’t want to pointe shoe ribbons do television, I was told there was one show that Steven Spielberg was doing, I thought, ‘OK, I’ll just show my face, I won’t even prepare for it, He’s never going to hire me, but I’d love for him to just see my face and think of me for a movie he’s doing, whatever.’..
“I had a rehearsal (for the play) from 11 to 2, and was able to do the audition at 2:30, and came back to prepare for the night’s performance. I found out five minutes before … the performance that I got the series, where I would be making a lot more than $200 a week.”. Right after college at Carnegie Mellon, Macht studied acting for two years with coach Harold Guskin while working intermittent jobs. But watching his father’s career had prepared him for downtime. He says, “Seeing the ups and downs of a career in Hollywood helped me in many ways. It’s like the stock market. There are times when you’re successful, and there is tons of failure. To see that (while) growing up was really the best sort of model. I knew there would be times I’d work a lot and times not.”.
Besides acting, Macht loves being a father, He has been married to actress Jacinda Barrett for nearly 10 years, They have a 6-year-old daughter, “I’m so appreciative of the opportunity I’ve had to work and the people I’ve been able to work with, but pointe shoe ribbons I think family trumps everything,” says Macht, 32, “to produce a … little being who’s … exploring everything and is kind and is motivated and strong and stubborn — all these things, I hate to label her because she’s a billion things more than that, But to produce a child that’s going to be good for humanity — that’s what I’m more proud of — and becoming a father was enormous.”..
After the big opening dance number, host Tom Bergeron and co-host Erin Andrews announced their own March Madness: Tonight would be a double elimination. The pairs ousted were based on last week’s judges’ scores plus the votes of the viewers, none of the carry-over votes like last season. This is great for those who did a terrific dance in Week 1, but terrible for those overwhelmed by nerves and two left feet. Kicking things off, Drew Carey and Cheryl Burke were told they were safe and then that they would dance first. Hard to tell if the two knew that was coming, or not. They danced the jive and Drew did a good job of the kicks and flicks. Head judge Len Goodman told Drew that if the entertainment was judo, he would have a black belt.
Scores: Carrie Ann Inaba — 7; Len — 7; Bruno Tonioli — 7 = 21, Then it was time for the first round of results, Talk about getting to the rough stuff right away! Meryl Davis and Maksim Chmerkovskiy, Billy Dee Williams and Emma Slater, and Danica McKeller and Val Chmerkovskiy stood nervously on stage, waiting for the verdict, It should have been a surprise, but I expected it — Billy Dee and pointe shoe ribbons Emma were safe!! With a low score of 15! He must have a gigantic fan base, and you could tell Emma was shocked by the way she was screaming, followed by a camera shot of a worried Diana Nyad in the skybox, The other pairs were safe, as well..
Danica and Val danced a samba and with the gorgeous, skimpy outfit she had on, I’m sure she scored 10s with many audience members. This couple is really one of those to beat with great moves and rhythm. Bruno called Danica a “gorgeous little jungle cat” but called her out for “throwing away” her extensions with her arms. Scores: Carrie Ann — 8; Len — 8; Bruno — 8 = 24. Billy Dee and Emma were up next and I was hoping so hard that he would do better than last week, but sadly his tango was a lot of walking and standing while Emma and two other women danced around him. At one point, I thought the trio of beauties was helping him keep his balance. I know he has health problems, but this is an embarrassment. Len said that the tango was like a cactus but his tango was like ivy. Viewers should do Billy Dee a favor and let him watch from the audience for the rest of the season.
Scores: Carrie Ann — 5; Len — 5; Bruno — 5 = 15, At that point, Tom told viewers to Tweet right away on who they would like to see Switched Up with whom, There was no mention of men needing pointe shoe ribbons to match with women, so my favorite choice would be Drew Carey with Derek Hough — just for grins before they switch back, No pros can stay with their current celebs — this ought to throw a real wrench in the relationships on the dance floor, but the producers think this should liven up the show, We’ll see..