Actors hit it off in OB-filmed “Terriers”

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Terriers actors

Photo: Donal Logue and Michael Raymond-James in "Terriers." Credit: Patrick McElhenney/FX

By Maria Elena Fernandez / Los Angeles Times / August 3, 2010

Donal Logue and Michael Raymond-James like each other so much that they decided to live together in San Diego when they were filming 13 episodes of FX’s new drama, “Terriers.”

The two actors met on NBC’s canceled series, “Life,” and bonded over Jack Kerouac’s “Big Sur.” Later, fate put them in the same room again when FX was casting the pivotal role of Britt Pollack, who is best friend to Logue’s character, Hank Dolworth.

“I became a part of the casting sessions for the show… and I remember going to the first set of auditions and a bunch of guys were sitting around waiting to go in,” Logue said. “And I saw Michael and we gave each other a hug and you could just see the deflation.”

The series about a veteran private investigator who teams up with his younger, hot-headed best friend to launch an unlicensed private investigation business was filmed entirely on location on Ocean Beach in San Diego.  …

“Terriers” premieres on FX on Sept. 8 at 10 p.m.

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bodysurferbob August 4, 2010 at 9:27 am

more fluff for terriers. i can’t wait for the show to be actually on the tele so we can have a real critique of it, and not more fluffy-whuffy.


OB_Warzone August 4, 2010 at 11:26 am

fx has been putting out quality shows recently, i think this might do well.


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