'The Middle's' Neil Flynn remembers his first (and last) acting award


Zap2it:How did you become involved with improv?Neil Flynn: I tried improv pretty late in the game and had been an actor for 10 years, and the idea of improvising scared me. In '92, I left Los Angeles because I wasn't making any headway here. I went back to Chicago. For whatever reason the time was right for me to give it a try. I went to Del Close's theater, the ImprovOlympic Theatre, and I gave it a try and took to it.Zap2it: When did you know that you were an actor?Neil Flynn: When I was still in school, probably in high school, and I had not really found my thing. And I did a play, and I really felt at home, and I won a little award for it, and which, by the way, I believe is the last award I won. It was a good little piece of encouragement.Zap2it: Then how did you go...



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