Matt Bomer Talks WHITE COLLAR, MAGIC MIKE, & GLEE
Boom Tron - almost 5 years
Matt Bomer has had a good couple years. After knocking around TV limbo, doing soap operas and run on NBC’s Chuck, he finally found his groove on the USA con-man show White Collar with Tim DeKay. Dekay’s work on Carnivàle and as Bizarro Jerry Seinfeld speaks for itself, and I’m glad that he has finally found a show to give him the recognition he deserves. But it’s equally nice, if not more so, to see this Bomer kid (I’m all of two months older than he) have his career come together before he got stuck in day-time TV land.
Of course, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences might disagree, as they have historically been reluctant to award those coveted Emmys to shows on basic-cable networks like USA. Bomer’s theory is they have no sense of humor, and I’d be inclined to agree. Bomer recently spoke with TVLine and said, “I don’t think it’s fair because, to me, they are dramatic shows with elements of humor.” He goes on to say that, even though this sort of show rings as more
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