Andre Braugher on his Emmy nod for 'Men of a Certain Age'

Good news for TNT's promising new drama Men of a Certain Age: Though the network only aired 10 episodes of the series about three middle-aged men living in Los Angeles, it was enough to convince Emmy voters to nominate co-star Andre Braugher in the supporting actor category. Braugher plays Owen Thoreau Jr., the schlubby manager of a car dealership that's owned by his overbearing father (Richard Gant).

'I was looking for a new challenge, Braugher says of the series created by Everybody Loves Raymond's Ray Romano and Mike Royce. The last thing I wanted to do these days was pick up a gun or blow something up or talk tough. I've already done a lot of that. I wanted to do something fun. Even though they call it a drama, it's a funny show. Ray is an excellent writer as well as a comedian. He's plumbing new depths here.

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