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Bryan Batt on “Ugly Betty”

By Greg Hernandez

It’s always such a pleasure to talk to Bryan Batt, who recently appeared in the final two episodes of Ugly Betty as a possible love interest for Marc (Michael Urie) and was revealed to be the long-lost father of Amanda (Becki Newton).

Bryan was a member of the cast of the Emmy winning A&E series Mad Men but his character was written out midway through last season – much to the disappointment of his many fans.

But he’s a showbiz veteran of stage and screen who will no doubt resurface in a quality project soon.

Here is my interview with Bryan conducted on the red carpet of the GLAAD Media Awards in LA:

Q. Loved you on Ugly Betty. What was that experience like for you?

A. It was so great, so lovely. They were so welcoming. In fact, one day after shooting I went to see Michael [Urie] in his play The Tempermentals that he is brilliant in.

To read more go to GregInHollywood.com.

About Greg Hernandez

Greg Hernandez has written about the entertainment world for more than a decade. He is a veteran of covering many Academy Awards shows (plus Emmys, Grammys and Golden Globes) as well as film festivals, movie premieres and philanthropic events. Hernandez founded the popular Out In Hollywood blog while a writer and columnist for the "Los Angeles Daily News." He’s also a former staff writer at the "Los Angeles Times" and "The Hollywood Reporter" and has been a contributing writer to "The Advocate." Greg is the founder and editor of Greginhollywood.com

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