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TV Junkie @ The 2009 SAG Awards: Where Celebrities Like to Eat Late-Night in LA (Video)
LAist at the 2009 Screen Actors Guild Awards from Tom Lewis on Vimeo.
LAist went to the 2009 Screen Actors Guild Awards and asked* the likes of Tony Shaloub, Keith Powell (from "30 Rock"), Preston Bailey and Christina Robinson (from "Dexter"), Oscar Nunez (from "The Office"), Julie Benz (from "Dexter"), Cloris Leachman, Charles and Max Carver (from "Desperate Housewives"), and Dana Delaney about their favorite places to get late night food in Los Angeles.
Generally we were pretty amazed at how friendly people were, even to the press at the very end of the line. After running a 100 yard gauntlet of people yelling at you, sometimes not saying very nice things, how friendly would you be?
*Note:Yes, we have ordered a wide-angle lens so that we will get more than just the lower face of our interview subjects at the next event, but it provides an interesting perspective.
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