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Q: How was the Ray Drecker role first pitched to you? This is Alexander Payne. I am directing a pilot for HBO about a man with a very large penis.

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We thought of you. Give me call. It was such an unusual message and that started the journey. But what do you think it is really about? By Season Two, the writers were saying it was a journey through the male mind by way of females. I think that is probably more true. Q: Has being on the show changed the way you look at yourself and your relationships with women?

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Q: There are a lot of sex scenes in the show. I think it is harder for women to shoot sex scenes because the women are the object of attention and desire and the focus of the cinematographer is to make the women look beautiful.

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Every actress has their own personal limitations and fears and that always dictates the way a sex scene is handled. Q: Playing a male escort means you have to look good with your clothes off. How much working out do you do for the part? Every time I take on a new role she and I decide what the character should look like and de a workout based on that. Q: Life seems to be looking up for Ray in Season Three. But how long can he keep his secret life from those near to him?

The fact he has kept it secret as long as he has is miraculous. The cat might be out of the bag this season.

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Q: What other projects do you have coming up? Will we see a different Thomas Jane or are you forever typecast as a hunk? I am very proud of that. Actors love Westerns. There is just something about putting on a cowboy hat and riding a horse and having a couple of guns on your hip. Entertainment News Updated.

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