'Psych's' Dule Hill: Actor, tap dancer, endorsed by Aaron Sorkin

Zap2it: You're back on Broadway in "After Midnight." What's that been like?Dule Hill: After "Bring in Da Funk," I didn't want to do another musical unless it affected me in that same way, and "After Midnight" does that. I love dancing. I started out as a tap-dancer, and any opportunity that has to do with it is a blast.Zap2it: Most people know you as an actor, not a tap-dancer. Was that your intention?Dule Hill: When I left Norfolk (Va.) and went to L.A., everyone knew me as a tap-dancer, and I was trying to establish myself as an actor. Aaron Sorkin said, "If more dancers acted like Dule, we need to hire more dancers." It's like a full circle thing.Zap2it: You had some pretty impressive dance mentors. Who in particular helped mold you?Dule Hill: Gregory Hines was one of my major mentors. I pretty much modeled my career after Gregory and Harold Nicholas. I miss...



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