If only Benjamin Bratt's character on The Cleaner could balance work and family as well as the actor does.
The show's first season - A&E has just ordered a second - ended with William Banks' wife kicking him out of the house. She's convinced that Banks, a former drug addict, has a new addiction to his job: intervening in the lives of addicts to force them into rehab.
"I can't tell you how many people hit me up at airports and parking lots and grocery stores about what's going to happen with me and my wife," Bratt said in a recent interview with TVGuide.com. "It keeps me interested too."
Of course he's referring to his TV wife, Melissa (Amy Price-Francis). In real life, Bratt says, one advantage of the show is that it allows him to go home at night to his real-life wife, actress Talisa Soto, and their son and daughter.
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