William H. Macy
is one of those actors who you can't help but be in awe of. In everything from "Boogie Nights" and "Magnolia
" to his career-defining performance in "Fargo
" and his current role as the hapless drunkard in the beloved Showtime series "Shameless
," he exudes a steely professionalism, along with a sense of fatherly warmth that is more than just an impressive combination of skills; it's a talent that seems downright magical.
This week, Macy has a small role in a small movie called "A Single Shot." The film, about a man (Sam Rockwell
) who accidentally murders a woman while out hunting, features Macy as a shady small town lawyer, who wears a floppy wig that hangs limply over his forehead, and has an off putting demeanor that makes you want to take a shower immediately after watching him.
We got a chance to talk to the actor about