By Confused - United States - Irvine
Today, I met up with an old friend of mine who acts in a TV show. I hadn't seen him in a long time, but I'd been watching episodes of the show almost daily, so when he showed up I could only see him as his TV character and not as my friend. I ended up calling him by his character's name. FML
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  Jessj958  |  19

I totally agree with you 38. I LOVE Breaking Bad! Although I don't think the show is Breaking Bad since its over. Unless OP was watching on Netflix or something else like that.

By  dakatabg  |  31

Nothing wrong with calling him the tv name

  juice723  |  9

To clarify, 42 meant the episode where Josh played one of the FBI's most wanted criminals on a tv show, and everybody thought he was actually the criminal

  TwistedCherub1  |  15

73, someone has to play the bad guy. How lame would TV and movies be if there weren't any jerks? It doesn't mean they really are bad people or like being booed and having things thrown at them on the street like the poor guy who played Malfoy.

  Welshite  |  39

I'm reading the comments and can't understand the hype. Am I the only one who doesn't NEED to know which show or character the guy plays?

I don't think I would treat an actor any differently than a normal person. It's a job; just one they're particularly good at. I don't understand obsessions with actors/celebrities.


Think about it.
We want to know who op is /possibly/ lucky enough to know.
I'm not saying that I think they aren't lucky to know an actor, I'm just saying some people may not like his character- therefore, they may not like him.

  Welshite  |  39

It's creepy, is what it is. The poor people can't even go to the beach or walk down the street without being harassed by photographers or crazy fans. It seems like they would want to enjoy a regular life too.

It's just my opinion, and you're allowed to disagree.

  chinaski7628  |  32

I'm with you #30-- but maybe it's because I've lived in LA too long. Everyone here knows someone who's on some show or other. The magic and mystery sort of disappears after a while.

  VeganVampyre  |  26

58- what about the kids who were either born famous or whose parents started dragging them to auditions and such at like age 2? They didn't know what they were getting into, they didn't ask for it, and they frequently end up going crazy because they can't handle the constant pressure.