I play a rookie patrol officer named Ben Sherman who is about a month out of the academy. No stories yet, but I’ll get some of the cast by the end of the run! BM: I think I am the youngest member, not by a lot, [but I am]. I’m the young guy which is an interesting experience. I’ve literally shot maybe one scene at our studio because I’m patrol, I’m out on the streets. JJ: How many episodes have you shot for the series so far? No, speeding tickets here and there and a fair share of parking tickets in L. I certainly know enough cops socially after having done ride-alongs. Basically, I grew up with a little bit of money which is interesting because it allows my training officer to refer to me as Tori Spelling and Richie Rich! Even compared to the pilot, we’re stretching the rules of television even more after that. ) digital cameras that are pretty new to television. We’ll air consecutively for seven weeks starting on Thursday at 10pm Eastern, until the third week of May and at that point, they’ll break into summer schedule for NBC and get going in the fall.
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He has the makings of a good cop on paper but is a little inexperienced when it comes to the streets. JJ: How is the dynamics on the set different from ? I sort of experienced it on was shot in a studio the vast majority of the time.– maybe 3/4 of the time.
The first episode is largely about my character trying to prove himself and to John that he has what it takes to be a copy. There’s a lot of bleeps and curse words all over the place. They certainly don’t shy away from making fun of me and also making fun of the fact that I don’t speak a lot. Real guns, real walkie-talkies, real magazine clips, pepper spray, the whole nine!
Other people have created accounts for me I understand. His training officer, John Cooper (played with Michael Cudlitz) is pretty unforgiving and puts him through the ringer in the pilot.
JJ: Does that mean you heard about Rachel Bilson’s engagement like the rest of us? I don’t think I’ve literally seen Rachel since we wrapped.
I don’t think I’ve seen Mischa [Barton] or Rachel since we wrapped.
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Last week, I had the pleasure of chatting with Ben Mc Kenzie, who was one of best interviewees ever — easygoing, funny and candid. And make fun of this rich kid who’s trying to be a cop. JJ: Have you personally gotten in trouble with the law?