‚The A-Team‘ Gerald McRaney: ‚Rue McClanahan was a great broad‘
By Elizabeth Snead, June 4, 2010
The Dish Rag caught up with veteran actor Gerald McRaney at the action-packed premiere of „The A-Team“ Thursday (June 3) in Hollywood.
We’re talking a real chopper circling above Grauman’s Theatre and a huge military tank rolling down Hollywood Blvd.
Gerald, one of the classiest actors on TV and in films, talked about his role in ‚A-Team,‘ the loss of his friend Rue McClanahan and the seemingly eternal appeal of „The Golden Girls.“
„She [Rue] was a great broad and she would not be mad at using that word,“ he said. „I’m gonna miss her.“
He calls her death ‚ending an era of those actresses who had all that talent and were just as humble as you could possibly imagine, and just good, good people. always there on time, always prepared, professionals.“
We didn’t have time to chat with Gerald about his role in the hotly anticipated new J.J. Abrams action TV series, „Undercovers,“ airing this fall, about two married former spies who find it hard to give up the biz.
But here’s a clip to get you psyched for it.
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