'Common Law': Michael Ealy and Warren Kole are USA's latest bickering buddies


They say that in acting, dying is easy, and comedy is hard. Michael Ealy and Warren Kole are firm believers in that now, after having spent several months on the set of USA Network's new buddy cop series "Common Law" -- which premieres Friday, May 11 -- trying to be funny while also being constantly exhausted from their 80-hour workweeks."This has by far been the most difficult job I've ever had," says Ealy, who struggled at times to keep his trademark deep blue eyes open as he and Kole played bickering L.A. cops forced into couples counseling by their captain, Phil Sutton (Jack McGee). "In drama, you can use whatever fatigue you have, and that comes across as brooding. The level of respect I have for comedians has just skyrocketed."While he got his break with the "Barbershop" movies and recently got the chance to again flex his comedic muscles in "Think Like a Man," Ealy...



Want to comment on this? First, you must log in to your SideReel account!