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[Laughs.] But I don’t know what their intention was beyond that. You know, we play adversaries, and normally I don’t think civilians would think of what we do sometimes as being necessarily fun, but that especially is fun. GM: Oh, just that idiotic conceit of stomping on a glass with a bare foot. We had such wonderful directors on that show and some wonderful writers, and what I’d do was just get in their hip pocket and follow them around like a puppy dog, watching them do what they did. Southern Border, Movie Review: Aretha Franklin Concert Doc ‘Amazing Grace’ Lives Up to Its Title. I loved working with those people. GM: Yeah, that’s what it was. That being the case, when the show got picked up for a second season at the final hour, I don’t suppose it bothered you all that much that you’d died in the finale of season one. Gerald Lee “Mac” McRaney was born on August 19, 1974, in Collins Mississippi, United States America. How would any of us wind up being actors or artists if he had decided to just straighten up at the age of 5? There are worse fates. You’ve been married for 25 years. GM: Never. GM: Well, on my level, I wouldn’t have noticed any discernible difference. GM: Just what everybody’s also heard, and I think at this point that’s a rumor that I’m not prepared to take to the bank. [Laughs.] From what I’ve read, there’s apparently an LSD freak-out after someone spikes the ice cream. GM: Yeah! You are going back. But it started out with those roles, and it just built up. AVC: Did you enjoy the opportunity to have a little Deadwood reunion on Justified? GM: Yeah, I had, and a lot of them were there at Universal. For a long time after I quit smoking, I drank nothing but tea because there was too strong of an association – my morning started with newspapers, cigarettes and strong coffee. CTRL + SPACE for auto-complete. Viewing “Longmire” on Netflix: “High Noon,” Episode 403. I love him. And I asked to be let out of it. AVC: Out of curiosity, did you happen to see “The Greatest Event In Television History”? Has it changed from when you were acting in your 20s to now? McRaney can currently be seen in the fourth season of Longmire, the series’ first since making the jump to Netflix. “Despite Longmire being A&E’s most-watched series attracting an average of 5.6M viewers in Season 3, the network axed it, claiming the show … Follow Connie on Twitter at. And it beats the hell out of working for a living. AVC: Simon & Simon was your first time as a series regular, but you’d certainly done a ton of guest roles by that point. Back in the glory days when they actually spent money on television shows! You have entered an incorrect email address! Pretty much what you see is what you get with Wilford. GM: No, other than driving the humvee, I think that’s about as close to doing a stunt as I did on that movie, so I don’t know why I’ve got a credit as doing stunts on that. GM: Well, it was a great school for me. I’ve never had what you would call a breakout. Some people complained that the language was hard to learn, but to me it wasn’t. I haven’t seen a script, an outline. Doing two things at the same time is enough for my feeble mind. But David’s stuff was just so fascinating to me and so almost poetic, that you just loved those words and wanted them to be in your brain. And who could? It was going to be post-apocalyptic. AVC: You haven’t done a ton of comedy since Major Dad, but you got to return to the sitcom world a few years ago when you had a recurring guest role on Mike & Molly. Based on the 'Walt Longmire' mystery novels by Craig Johnson. And this sort of stuff just happened throughout the show. AVM: That’s actually one of my favorite recent guilty-pleasure movies. I grew up in the south! I think he just said, “Do we have to go back that far?” [Laughs. Gerald McRaney full list of movies and tv shows in theaters, in production and upcoming films. Thanks for sharing such an awesome interview. Gerald was born and raised in Collins, Mississippi, and is an avid angler and lover of the outdoors. I read the script, and I was, like, “Whoa, what did I do to piss somebody off?”. Our paths crossed, but we never got a chance to work together. In fact, in the early portion of Gerald McRaney's career he almost always played the villain; but, since his first series, Simon & Simon (1981), hit it big, he's played mostly good guys. But the association that I got to have with the Marine Corps because of that show just was mind-altering. I sidled up next to him and whispered in his ear, “Some guys just can’t wear the hat.”. I think it was two guys having fun with what we did. That’s all that was: They started out with a wonderful idea, a wonderful premise, and then started to second-guess what it was they were doing. You’ve been acting for several decades. And then, again, he wrote a three-story arc for this guy that he had been building up to for a season and then just kept asking me to come back. GM: Well, it wasn’t explained in exactly those words, but, yeah, that sort of tone was explained to me up front. It’s all about the quality of the show. In those days, that was as beneficial as anything else I was doing, so I went ahead and did those things. 1 Cast 1.1 Main Cast 1.2 Recurring cast 2 Season 4 Trivia 3 Broadcast Episode Robert Taylor as Sheriff Walt Longmire Katee Sackhoff as Deputy Victoria "Vic" Moretti Lou Diamond Phillips as Henry Standing Bear Cassidy … Working on that show—it has been magnificent. So I wound up down in Georgia doing Get Low. He said, “I don’t know what the role is.” “Doesn’t matter.” “I don’t know what kind of money it is.” “I don’t care! Other interests include shopping (especially when it comes to finding the best bargain! Something might be gaining on you.”. You’re starring in a new series on TNT with Sharon Stone. It was a fluke, my getting to play leading-man roles for a while, but I’m really a character guy. The third season of Longmire wrapped up many ongoing storylines, finally unveiling the fate of David Ridges, Branch's shooting, Vic's past in Philadelphia, and most importantly, what happened to Walt's wife in Denver. Well, I’ve had three cups of coffee today and I had five cups of tea yesterday. AVC: And you were on some of them multiple times. GM: Well, that was fascinating because of the director. Barlow Connally (Gerald McRaney) learns that Walt had been drunk at the crime scene and asks Branch to use that against him in the election. Jim loved actors. I could go and hang out with them in the editing bays and things like that. I tell people all the time, if you could make a good living at it, I’d still be doing rep, because that’s where all the fun is. And I thought, “Hey, this is kind of fun! I don’t really even remember if it wound up in the movie at all. So I was bouncing back and forth between oil field work and doing Shakespeare and George Bernard Shaw and Ibsen and things like that. AVC: Your ’70s output is a significant amount of ground to cover, but are there any of those guest appearances during that era that particularly stand out for you? [Laughs.] The last episode of the 20th season. But he’s just that damned good! About a month later, my agent called me to tell me that Fran Bascom, a casting director who had been helpful to me when I first came out here, wanted to know if I’d be interested in doing a guest role on a sitcom she was casting. We had to keep putting off all the scenes that were shot at the mansion because every time we would schedule that day, it would be raining on that side of the island, so… “Okay, I guess it’s time to go swimming in the ocean again. I thought that would’ve been a great experience because we had a little house in the French Quarter at the time, and it would’ve been nice if that’d gone to series. AVC: And did he make good on that agreement? McRaney currently stars alongside Will Smith and Margot Robbie in the Warner Bros. film … I agreed to do Justified just as long as he agreed not to grab my beard. Robert Taylor and Lou Diamond Phillips talk about the "dramatic" fourth season of Netflix's Longmire, their hopes for more seasons, and more. And I’m a big subscriber to Satchel Paige’s philosophy: “Don’t look back. Oh, also on Simon & Simon, in 1984, when the Summer Olympics were going to be in L.A., Phil decided it would just be a logistical nightmare trying to shoot in competition with all the traffic that would be going on around the Olympics. I’ve had a very good run here lately. That no-nonsense, no-wasted-effort approach to acting. My favorite book is “Light in August” by William Faulkner, and the book I’m reading right now is “The Churchill Factor: How One Man Made History” by Boris Johnson. It was easy. And I’ve been having fun the last 10 to 15 years, where it’s been like that. A shotgun blast goes off, but we weren’t in on whether father or son died. AVC: This is an absolute on-the-fly question based on what you just said, but when you did your episode of Cannon, did you mention to William Conrad that you used to listen to him on Gunsmoke? GM: Yeah, I was in three episodes of that during its last three years, including the final episode of Gunsmoke. But I just thought they wrote me some fascinating and wonderful stuff to play, and I had a ball doing it. When they came in, she would do local casting and stuff, and she actually lived in my neighborhood and I got to know her. Also like Justified, the series featured some of the best dialogue on TV, and you'll likely even recognize a number of faces, as Jim Beaver, Garret Dillahunt, W. Earl Brown, Gerald McRaney… Pop culture obsessives writing for the pop culture obsessed. Longmire is produced by The Shephard/Robin Company in association with Warner Horizon Television. AVC: What’s most fascinating, even more than Micky Dolenz playing the lead, is that it was directed by Shelley Berman. It was, like, “Who the hell do I have to pay for this?” [Laughs.] We provide you with the latest breaking news and videos straight from the entertainment industry. What a great guy to work with. Yeah! AVC: In the ’70s, you were basically on every show ever. But, you know, I don’t think that sort of movie is meant to be terribly literary or anything like that. And that was a great joy for me, because my dad and I—and this is going way back—would listen to Gunsmoke on the radio, and then we were big fans of it when it came on TV, so to wind up with a role on that, strapping on the six-guns and going out on Dodge Street… That was great. And instead of me, they hired some guy named Selleck. And then in ninth grade I messed up a knee about halfway through football season and was out the rest of the season, and somebody suggested that I go over to the drama club and help them build sets, because my father had built houses and I had worked as a carpenter. GM: I didn’t care for the experience, quite frankly. AVC: Growing up with cowboys began your interest in movies, and then you ended up appearing on the definitive cowboy series, and on three separate occasions, no less. Mini Bio (2) McRaney holds the distinction of being the last guest star to meet "Matt Dillon" in a gunfight on Gunsmoke (1955) - in the episode, Gunsmoke: Hard Labor (1975), first broadcast on February 24, 1975 (he lost). [Laughs.] And one of the teachers put me in a play. I mean, you couldn’t make any real money working in that rep company. He and I had the same acting teacher. Those are the things that always attracted me, and those are the things that make or break a good show. I was a two-time loser when Delta and I met. But it was fairly predictable what he wanted from the guy: it was a father who was distracted and wanted his son to be a certain way, thought it was nonsense that the kid had such a fantasy life, and one thing and another. Gerald McRaney Celebrity Profile - Check out the latest Gerald McRaney photo gallery, biography, pics, pictures, interviews, news, forums and blogs at Rotten Tomatoes! We were just sort of stumbling our way into doing what we do, and there’s a certain aspect of that sort of guerrilla filmmaking that appeals to me, because I think a lot of good creative stuff winds up being done. Come on. Especially for an actor who started out on the stage, I think, but having delicious words like that to say, that’ll just make your day. And the great thing about that was, we got sent over to Hawaii, we were there for, like, nearly two weeks, and we had to work all of five days. So it was a strange existence for four or five years, but the oil field work actually allowed me to afford to be an actor. This is terrific!” And it was done. And to realize that, throughout the military, the dedication of these people and the realization that they’re just people like you and me who have a really, really demanding, strange, sometimes wonderful, sometimes terrifying job to do, and they do it, and they do it magnificently… That was a life-altering experience for me to do. Both. And since he had an apartment in Paris, it was decided, “Let’s go shoot there!” So he wrote—or had written—a two-hour episode of Simon & Simon, and we went to Paris for a month and shot. GM: Oh, my. The last several episodes featured Graham Green whom I do recognize, and there was Gerald McRaney from the old Simon and Simon series who was featured in several episodes. McRaney portrayed wealthy businessman “Raymond Tusk” on Seasons One and Two of the streaming drama “House of Cards.”. K. L. Connie Wang is a member of the Television Critics Association who's been published in The Orlando Sentinel, Campus Circle and Latina Bride magazine, as well as such websites as Parade Magazine, TV Fodder, and The Travel Channel. And it turned out that he got through the surgery fine, I got back, and I was on my way to the set when my agent stopped me and gave me the script, so I got there a little bit early and was able to read it. How boring! But I had to earn my way all the way up to that level, and it’s been that way ever since. You’re awesome on it! I married Delta Burke! Also, the Bosch series has some good actors- I'm glad to see the platforms offering more people opportunity to display and get paid for their talent. So it wasn’t weird… except occasionally in a particular scene, we’d laugh about something. And then I think people started to pay too much attention to some of the stuff the critics were saying, like, “How is this show going to sustain? I’m a redneck kid from Mississippi, born and raised a Southern Baptist. His father, Barlow Connally (Gerald McRaney), a … [Laughs.] Back then, every day must’ve brought you another new experience. Secret affairs are the theme for this episode, for both major and minor players alike in a somewhat lighter, more comedic installment of the drama. Join / Sign Up ... Longmire Barlow Connally 2 Episodes (2013-2015) Focus Owens 2015 An avid reader, Connie is a huge fan of monthly serial romance novels and Craig Johnson's Walt Longmire series. He was a very good actor. GM: [Bursts out laughing.] That’s the only other series besides Rockford that you did on four separate occasions. Wolfgang just sort of let me do whatever I wanted to do in the character. Not only was I going to be doing the show and seeing her again, but I was going to be playing her ex-husband and there was a love scene! I never worked with him. It was a magnificent experience. I started to do it, and then at Ole Miss, where I went to college, I was in a lot of the productions the first year. GM: Nah. GM: Actually, it was through the aunt of one of the producers on the film, Al Salzer. He’s incredibly intelligent and has his own sometimes-bizarre take on life, but there’s this essential truth to Milch. Or 35 or 55 or 65, for that matter! I had to stay away from the coffee in order to stay away from the cigarettes. And I worked half the year in the oil fields and half the year in the rep company. Directed by Michael Offer. Well, there’s not that much to tell – I’m sort of a hard-ass guy. It’s good as an actor to have something that scares you a little from time to time. Not a problem. They had to have somebody. AVC: If you heard that it was written in stone, would you be in? But, again, it was a great idea. They stole that and put it in the episode. Forget producer and writer and all that for a moment. He liked the crew, he liked everybody in the movie business, and he was just such an up-front guy that if Jim didn’t like you, you knew that, because you’d just lost some of your teeth! [Laughs.] That one stands out because it was the first role I had in Hollywood, and let’s see… All of those Quinn Martin roles, those were great fun, because it was that Quinn Martin repertory company. It’s nice to meet you. Most of the time, he was sitting in his canvas chair with a cup of coffee and a cigarette, chewing the fat with whoever wanted to. None whatsoever. I saw him in a production of “The Man in the Glass Booth” down in San Diego. I bumped into Jon at the Emmys. You go in, you go to work, you have a read-through like proper actors, and then the writers go back and they change things because it didn’t quite sound the way that they expected to coming out of real mouths. We were both presenters one year, and I wanted to see her again, and I couldn’t figure out how. You know, I have some of the old DVDs of Simon & Simon, and the most painful thing for me to do is see all the stunts that I used to be able to do and think to myself, “How the hell did I ever do that, and why can’t I do it anymore?”. He’s just a fascinating human being. Gerald McRaney and Ally Walker are set as guest stars. I play a chief of security for a very wealthy man who Will Smith is trying to con in a very big way. Did you see that?Â, Yes, I did. Longmire is one of those people you love to watch, he is tough as nails and when it comes to family he will break any rules to ensure safety as best he can. McRaney is best known as one of the stars of the television shows Simon & Simon, Major Dad, Promised Land and House of Cards. He also portrayed “Barlow Connelly” on contemporary Western drama “Longmire” and, over the last year, has simultaneously performed arcs on … And their line producer, Pat McKee, is a guy who started out as a trainee on Simon & Simon in the old days, so there’s an association with a couple of people on that show. Where the writer took it upon himself to write the subtext for the actors. GM: Yeah, I proposed the Simon & Simon reunion movie to CBS and they went for it, and that was fine. We had just met, we were introduced, and we hugged each other instead of shaking hands. GM: No, they came looking for me specifically. It’s just in him. Favorite book or book you’re reading right now? But I opened it up, having the shoot-out with Matt Dillon. It was just one of the best experiences I’ve had in my life. I’m really supposed to be a character actor. (We commiserate about the recent passing of Leonard Nimoy.). They show up to their fashion shows dressed rather casually. That’s basically the premise of the show – the adventures that are had by the vice president and her secret agent. Gerald McRaney: He’s scary. And I was in Virginia, and my agent called me again and said, “When can you be back home?” I said, “Well, that all depends on how Butch does tomorrow.” He said, “Well, let me know as soon as you can, because they’re holding that role open for you.”. AVC: Did you know that going into it, or was it just something you picked up on? “Longmire” will be available in the U.S., Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Barlow aligns himself by bringing up examples of Nighthorse’s unscrupulous practices. The writing on the show is fantastic, the people who do the show are fantastic, all the directors were incredible, and one of the great things about doing something for Netflix is nobody gives a damn about numbers. Recently, he played Barlow Connally in the A&E series Longmire and has a recurring role in the NBC series This Is Usa… That’s what I’ve always been. Simon & Simon was a great, great launching pad for everything I’ve done since. He’d written it expressly for me, and it came at the end of a year where I hadn’t worked, but here this guy wrote a role for me and wasn’t going to hear of anybody else playing it. (McRaney laughs.) GM: None. We were all distinctly different.”Longmire" also co-starred Katee Sackhoff, Lou Diamond Phillips and Gerald McRaney, known for his TV roles on "Major Dad" and "Simon & Simon" that Chase said he grew up watching. I tried to tell the producer at one point, “Even billionaires don’t dress in silk suits to watch the ballgame on Sunday.” You know, you throw on a pair of jeans! Clyde McRaney is the father of Gerald McRaney and his mother is Edna McRaney. Robert [Taylor] is just a joy to work with, and everybody on that show gets along with everybody else, which was another great part of the experience. So we went into his trailer to listen to that album, and when I came out of the trailer, I wanted to eat every potato chip in that county just from breathing the air. You can have the biggest star in the world; if the script isn’t there, neither is the movie. And to work with Kevin [Spacey] was so much fun. To have an acting partner of that kind of immense talent and to be able to go one-on-one with him, it’s like a tennis player playing a great opponent or a football player being a receiver to a great quarterback. You don’t notice those sort of things so much as a guest actor. There was this—I thought—mistaken notion of rich people. We’re trying to work out dates right now so that I can go back and do “Longmire” and this new series at the same time. He has a one younger brother Buddy McRaney. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. I was a guest actor on the show, my participation in it was the blink of an eye, and to really notice things like that, you have to experience a few episodes and see how the editing has changed, how scripts overall have changed, what the tone has been that isn’t anymore, or has the philosophy of the show changed, or the theme? He just loved actors. And that’s a blessing and a luxury, when it really is about the art of the thing. Branch Connally (Cassidy Freeman). Watch Longmire: Down by the River from Season 4 at TVGuide.com Join / Sign Up Keep track of your favorite shows and movies, across all your devices. I like her, I really do. Football, baseball… It doesn’t matter. AVC: Tusk was reportedly influenced by, if not directly based on, Warren Buffett. But it was an episode that was written by Nick Corea, who was a writer-producer on that show. Any scoop on the new season of “Longmire”? And nothing seemed to work, they were running out of time, and then finally they agreed with Phil that I could come and read for the thing, and they would just bring the network people to his office at Universal, because there was no time left to go through that normal process of getting me passed by the studio and then bringing me over to read for the network, and all that. But I’ll tell you something very important about The Rockford Files: That’s where I learned how to handle myself like a gentleman on set, because Jim Garner set such a great example of exactly how to do that. I love her dearly, and Beverly Archer, Jon Cypher, Matt Mulhern, and all the kids on the show were just terrific. AVC: So have you heard any rumblings about the continuation of the show, either a movie or another season? Monday's Best Deals: Tenet Blu-ray, NFL Mugs, Cuisinart Slow Cooker, Outdoor Heaters, and More. His parents were Clyde and Edna McRaney in Collins, Mississippi, United States. That was terrific. And I think people got timid. AVC: Was that a “turnabout is fair play” situation? He is best known for his role on the television show Simon & Simon, Major Dad and Promised Land. And I just didn’t feel like being a part of it anymore. For instance, you did four episodes of The Rockford Files, playing four different characters. He appeared in a recurring role as main antagonist Mason Wood in season eight of Castle. Of course, Longmire wants to believe the worst of Nighthorse and is easily steered by Barlow. AVC: Jackals was also your first time working with Wilford Brimley. And everything that he does, on first glance, can have this quirky, odd appearance to it, but there’s some essential human truth at the bottom of all of it. And Wilford, without even thinking about it, just changed everything and did the scene, and it was, like, “Oh! Once they saw that I wasn’t going to screw up too badly, that I could in fact walk and chew gum at the same time, I got asked back to do more. There are two. GM: Yeah, later that same year, I think, she came over and did an episode of Simon & Simon. And that came as a direct result of doing a play that Horton Foote had written in New York, off-Broadway. So I don’t know where he was headed, but I don’t think Hearst would’ve necessarily been a part of the immediate future. [Laughs.] I improvised the last line I had with Jameson’s character, which was, “So long, pretty boy!” Because that had been my original take on him when I met him, when he and Phil came over to ask me to read for that role: “Oh, geez, a pretty boy. GM: Yeah. But just about all of those people have wound up with careers in the movie business… to my mind in spite of Night Of Bloody Horror rather than because of it! Can you tell me more about that and the role you play on that show? AVC: You mentioned “some guy named Selleck” earlier. GM: Good God! Welcome to Random Roles, wherein we talk to actors about the characters who defined their careers. So they got me. Get me on that set!”, But then the dates conflicted. Interview: Gerald McRaney Talks Longmire, Agent X and Simon & Simon, Participate in this conversation via email, ‘Mad Men’ Final Episodes Countdown: A Fitting End of an Era, Reel Relationships: Road Hard – Choose Partners Wisely, https://www.reellifewithjane.com/author/klcwang, Movie Review: ‘Harriet’ is a Powerful But Flawed Account of an American Icon, Movie Review: ‘The River and the Wall’ Doc Follows the Mexican/U.S. There’s no nonsense with him. GM: Oh, I think he was influenced by any number of people, but I think primarily Buffett. The actor: Gerald McRaney started his acting career in the late ’60s and kept so busy throughout the ’70s that it seemed like he was in every hour-long drama on the primetime schedule. And playing the role was fascinating. I think Jake Lassiter was on NBC. AVC: When you first started on Longmire, was Barlow intended to be a recurring character even then, or was he originally a one-off? Gerald McRaney is an official celebrity spokesperson for the Wounded Warrior Project, and understands that now is the time for healing when it comes to US veterans. McRaney holds the distinction of being the last guest star to meet "Matt Dillon" in a gunfight on Gunsmoke (1955) - in the episode, Gunsmoke: Hard Labor (1975), first broadcast on February 24, 1975 (he lost). Also, Gerald McRaney and Ally Walker will guest star. If you look at them, even designers, they’re not always dressed to the nines. I’m actually cooking my favorite –  collard greens and black-eyed peas. [Laughs.] Writing, acting, singing… I don’t care what it is. And it had no bearing in reality whatsoever and was… really not a very pleasant experience. At all. With Barlow, it’d be a lot easier to figure out the people he didn’t piss off. McRaney is American television and movie actor and is best known as one of the stars of the television shows Simon and Simon, Major Dad, and Promised Land. It reminds you of the fact that you’re an actor and not a C.P.A. GM: Well, there was the time that Willie had a new album coming out, and he wanted me to listen to an early copy of it. I just didn’t know if you’d gotten any sort of advance warning. If he did, we wouldn’t have much of a movie. GM: Well, I’m glad. What the hell do I know about Hebrew? GM: No, not really. 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