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Raphael Sbarge has played a lot of disturbed individuals in his 40 years as an actor, even as recently as this week’s episode of Criminal Minds. He is therefore particularly delighted to have been cast as good conscience personified, Jiminy Cricket on ABC‘s Once Upon a Time. He recently took the time to speak with SciFiMafia.com about the role.
I asked him how he first got involved in the show.
The old fashioned way, I went in there and met them. We read through some stuff, and they said thank you, and I walked out and they chased me down the street and had me come back, and did it again, and then literally a few hours later got a phone call and it looks like it’s gonna come my way. It was one of those things where I guess they told me afterwards that they had »
- Erin Willard
About ten minutes into the comedy Gayby - in which a gay man and his best ladyfriend decide to procreate in the most dinner-party-convo-demolishing way possible (aka "The Old Fashioned Way") - I laughed out loud. Sure, some gay romcoms are cute, or naughty, or sweet - but laugh-out-loud funny? Pretty rare. So imagine my delight when I found my guard shattered to thousands of glittery bits by the well-placed use of the word "whimsical".
Written and directed by relative newcomer Jonathan Lisecki, Gayby tells the story of two New York City friends who want to be parents, and decide that it's time to use their natural biological complements to do so. Matt (Matthew Wilkas, aka "The Adorable Bastard Lovechild of Dexter and Stifler") works in a comic book store and is still sorting through the rubble of a failed long-term relationship. Jenn (future Gay Icon nominee Jenn Harris) is »
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