Jon Cryer, who just won the Lead Actor award at the 64th Emmy’s, will be showing off his talent on the 10th season premiere of Two And A Half Men.
It was the first time he was eligible to win lead actor for his CBS sitcom, as he was previously nominated for the supporting actor prize six times and won it once in 2009.
Cryer had also beat out Larry David of Curb Your Enthusiasm and Alec Baldwin of 30 Rock for the Emmy.
However when his name was called to receive the award, Cryer didn’t even flinch.
“I had not bothered making any remarks this year because it had been so universal that I would possibly win this thing,” Cryer told Dan Taylor.
Since actor Charlie Sheen has moved on from Two And A Half Men, Cryer has been a busy man taking lead role of the show for the first time. He will once again be teamed up with co-actor Ashton Kutcher.
“It’s nice because it gives you a lot more opportunities than problems. Ashton is fearless and willing to try anything and go anywhere with his character, ” said Cryer.
Ironically, Cryer and Sheen have not been in contact since the award.
“I have not, but there has not been any ill will between he and I. A lot of times the tabloids look to find conflict where none exists and that just wasn’t our thing.”
For Cryer, this is not his only upcoming gig. His voice will be featured in the upcoming spin off movie of cars “Planes.”
“It has come out great, I am having a blast,” mentioned Cryer on playing the role of Dusty Crophopper.
The season premiere of Two And A Half Men will feature Walden planning a HUGE surprise for Zoey’s birthday. Michael Bolton will appear as himself, plus Brit Morgan from the hit TV show “True Blood” will be making an appearance as a woman that Walden ends up meeting at a bar.
Check out the 10th installment of Two And A Half Men tonight (September 27) at 8:30pm after The Big Bang Theory.
Listen to DT’s full interview with Jon Cryer!
Vincent Roszkowski – WCBS-FM
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