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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.

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