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TV Junkie Interview: Brittany Curran Give Us The Inside Scoop on PaleyFest's 'Men of a Certain Age' Night

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Brittany Curran outside the Saban Theatre during PaleyFest2010's "Men of a Certain Age" night [Photo provided by Brittany Curran]
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Brittany Curran plays Lucy Tranelli, the daughter of Ray Romano's character, Joe Tranelli, in TNT's excellent "Men of a Certain Age" (aka #MOACA) which just finished its first season a few weeks ago. We met and interviewed Curran just after the SAG awards and were very happy to see that she was going to be part of PaleyFest2010's "Men of a Certain Age" panel on the 12th. We asked her a few questions to find out from a first-timer, what it's like to be a part of a panel being honored at PaleyFest.LAist: What did it feel like to be part of a show highlighted at PaleyFest? Was it a surprise for this to happen after concluding just the first season?

Brittany Curran: I must say, seeing [series creator] Mike Royce's face up on the big screen in all it's glory and perfection was quite a treat. But really, it was an honor. It's funny, I go to set everyday, enter my character's world, and forget to think to myself, "Hey, I'm on a hit TV show!" When I found out that MOACA was being highlighted at the PaleyFest it was an awesome reminder that people really do watch the show and other professionals in the industry respect it. It happened so quick, I still feel like it was just last month that I was jumping up and down in the "Suite Life of Zack and Cody" production office; when my manager Irene Dreayer told me I booked the role.