Emmy Contenders Choosing Roles

Emmy Contenders James Spader, Keri Russell, Allison Williams on Choosing Roles

Whether they search for challenges, juicy stories or characters whose shoes they want to walk in, James Spader, Keri Russell, Allison Williams, Téa Leoni and other Emmy contenders reveal how they choose roles at Variety’s Actors on Actors studio.

Emmy Rossum, Edie Falco, Judith Light, Richard Jenkins, Matthew Rhys and Timothy Hutton also offer insight.

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    Whether they search for challenges, juicy stories or characters whose shoes they want to walk in, James Spader, Keri Russell, Allison Williams, Téa Leoni and other Emmy contenders reveal how they choose roles at Variety’s Actors on Actors studio. Emmy Rossum, Edie Falco, Judith Light, Richard Jenkins, Matthew Rhys and Timothy Hutton also offer insight.

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    Whether they search for challenges, juicy stories or characters whose shoes they want to walk in, James Spader, Keri Russell, Allison Williams, Téa Leoni and other Emmy contenders reveal how they choose roles at Variety’s Actors on Actors studio. Emmy Rossum, Edie Falco, Judith Light, Richard Jenkins, Matthew Rhys and Timothy Hutton also offer insight.

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    Whether they search for challenges, juicy stories or characters whose shoes they want to walk in, James Spader, Keri Russell, Allison Williams, Téa Leoni and other Emmy contenders reveal how they choose roles at Variety’s Actors on Actors studio. Emmy Rossum, Edie Falco, Judith Light, Richard Jenkins, Matthew Rhys and Timothy Hutton also offer insight.

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