You’re awesome on it! Barlow aligns himself by bringing up examples of Nighthorse’s unscrupulous practices. His aunt Wilma was a sometimes casting agent in New Orleans for films. GM: Well, it wasn’t explained in exactly those words, but, yeah, that sort of tone was explained to me up front. [Laughs.] The first inclination I had about acting was in junior high school and, you know, like any other kid who grew up with the cowboys and stuff like that, I was sort of interested in the movies on that level. I open the door, and there stands Jim Garner, saying, “Hey, hoss, I’m Jim. And was. We’re trying to work out dates right now so that I can go back and do “Longmire” and this new series at the same time. So we went into his trailer to listen to that album, and when I came out of the trailer, I wanted to eat every potato chip in that county just from breathing the air. There just wasn’t time, because they started filming the next week! GM: No, other than driving the humvee, I think that’s about as close to doing a stunt as I did on that movie, so I don’t know why I’ve got a credit as doing stunts on that. AVM: That reminds me: you’re credited on The A-Team for “Stunt Double.” Is that an inaccurate credit, or were you your own stunt double? Did you see that?Â, Yes, I did. Rich people… It’s not a fashion show for them. With Barlow, it’d be a lot easier to figure out the people he didn’t piss off. The last episode of the 20th season. GM: Oh, God, I don’t know if I’ll remember it! My first day on that show, I got my little cubicle dressing room, and there’s a knock on the door. I sidled up next to him and whispered in his ear, “Some guys just can’t wear the hat.”. Club: How did you find your way into the series in the first place? And then, again, he wrote a three-story arc for this guy that he had been building up to for a season and then just kept asking me to come back. You know, I’m just a day player, but that was the reception I got! [Laughs.] It reminds you of the fact that you’re an actor and not a C.P.A. You know, you don’t hear about this ratings business. So I did. They had to have somebody. Recently, he played Barlow Connally in the A&E series Longmire and has a recurring role in the NBC series This Is Usa… He is best known for his role on the television show Simon & Simon, Major Dad and Promised Land. I think it was two guys having fun with what we did. AVC: …and they’re all absolutely epic. AVC: Is there anything in your back catalog that didn’t get the love you thought it deserved? Watch Longmire: Down by the River from Season 4 at TVGuide.com Join / Sign Up Keep track of your favorite shows and movies, across all your devices. It was like one of those Mickey Rooney/Judy Garland “my uncle has a barn we could use” scenarios. I love him. Robert [Taylor] is just a joy to work with, and everybody on that show gets along with everybody else, which was another great part of the experience. I’m playing all manner of different roles. Gerald has been lucky to have such caring parents. GM: Yeah, the last one of those that I did… Well, for one thing, I was doing it when I was doing the audition for what became Simon & Simon, when I did the reading for Pirate’s Key. [Laughs.] AVC: Prior to your acting career, word has it that you got your hands dirty in the oil fields of Louisiana, but how did you find your way into acting in the first place? In the third season, he said, “Can you do three more?” “Yeah, sure, fine.” And it was three more again and again and again until I was in every episode of the third season! But the producer of it and the guy who had written it, Phil DeGuere, when he had a show called Pirate’s Key [the TV movie that served as the pilot Simon & Simon] he remembered me. AVC: Was that a “turnabout is fair play” situation? I would have loved to. You’ve been married for 25 years. He was a series regular in the first season of Jericho and the final season of Deadwood. AVC: There are probably half a dozen posters for the movie that are floating around the internet…. And instead of me, they hired some guy named Selleck. I think I could do this!”. I was very excited about Jericho in the beginning of it because it was going to be dealing with the after-effects of a nuclear war. And I’ve been having fun the last 10 to 15 years, where it’s been like that. Join / Sign Up ... Longmire Barlow Connally 2 Episodes (2013-2015) Focus Owens 2015 He graduated from University of Mississippi. Directed by Michael Offer. GM: Yeah, I proposed the Simon & Simon reunion movie to CBS and they went for it, and that was fine. AVC: There are probably a lot of answers to that question when it comes to Barlow Connally. The fans that the show had were adamant, but it wasn’t enough to keep it on the air. [Laughs.] GM: Oh, God. AVC: Did you enjoy the opportunity to have a little Deadwood reunion on Justified? McRaney portrayed wealthy businessman “Raymond Tusk” on Seasons One and Two of the streaming drama “House of Cards.”. No, not right now. What do you think is the long-term appeal of “Simon & Simon”? AVC: In the ’70s, you were basically on every show ever. And he has wonderful instincts. I was just about to start back to work on Simon & Simon, and I very nearly turned the role down because I just didn’t think it was a good idea, but I said, “Just out of curiosity, what’s the show?” My agent said, “Designing Women.” I said, “I’ll do it.” [Laughs.] It’s all about the quality of the show. I play a chief of security for a very wealthy man who Will Smith is trying to con in a very big way. But just about all of those people have wound up with careers in the movie business… to my mind in spite of Night Of Bloody Horror rather than because of it! You know, I have some of the old DVDs of Simon & Simon, and the most painful thing for me to do is see all the stunts that I used to be able to do and think to myself, “How the hell did I ever do that, and why can’t I do it anymore?”. Gerald McRaney, one of the leading stars in the program, hit viewers as Richard Simon. AVC: The year you did the Simon & Simon reunion movie, you also starred in Jake Lassiter: Justice On The Bayou, a character featured in a series of novels by Paul Levine. And then in ninth grade I messed up a knee about halfway through football season and was out the rest of the season, and somebody suggested that I go over to the drama club and help them build sets, because my father had built houses and I had worked as a carpenter. People still talk about “Simon & Simon.” Adam Scott and Jon Hamm went so far as to recreate the opening credits shot for shot. Not a problem. I read the script, and I was, like, “Whoa, what did I do to piss somebody off?”. And who could? The network didn’t even want to hear about me, but they had tested everybody else in creation for the role opposite Jameson, who already had his role. GM: No, there was a story arc in that first season. And it had no bearing in reality whatsoever and was… really not a very pleasant experience. I’m sort of the barrier between the two, but my boss won’t listen to me. If you look at them, even designers, they’re not always dressed to the nines. Anyone who’s that good at something they do, I’m still in awe of that, and I hope I never get over it. Back in the glory days when they actually spent money on television shows! Longmire (TV Series 2012–2017) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. [Laughs.] We were all distinctly different.”Longmire" also co-starred Katee Sackhoff, Lou Diamond Phillips and Gerald McRaney, known for his TV roles on "Major Dad" and "Simon & Simon" that Chase said he grew up watching. For instance, you did four episodes of The Rockford Files, playing four different characters. Yeah, that was my description of Delta. There would’ve been the eventual burning of the town, because the original Deadwood got basically burnt to the ground and then rebuilt. Absolutely it was. I loved working with those people. (We commiserate about the recent passing of Leonard Nimoy.). He’s just a fascinating human being. I had trouble following the movie myself… and I was there when they made it! AVC: And when did you find out that this was going to be your last season on Longmire? AVC: Did you know that going into it, or was it just something you picked up on? Also, the Bosch series has some good actors- I'm glad to see the platforms offering more people opportunity to display and get paid for their talent. But I have had the most fascinating career, particularly this latter part of it. AVC: Tusk was reportedly influenced by, if not directly based on, Warren Buffett. The oil fields allowed me to be an actor, quite frankly. [Laughs.] Gerald McRaney, Actor: Die unendliche Geschichte. I don’t really even remember if it wound up in the movie at all. I think the fun that we had translated into fun for the audience. And I began to get the feeling that what we were doing wasn’t really right, because it sort of indicated that post-apocalyptic life was not only survivable but, you know, wasn’t really all that bad! AVC: This is an absolute on-the-fly question based on what you just said, but when you did your episode of Cannon, did you mention to William Conrad that you used to listen to him on Gunsmoke? I don’t know why they did, but… [Laughs.] GM: Yeah! McRaney currently stars alongside Will Smith and Margot Robbie in the Warner Bros. film … But, you know, I don’t think that sort of movie is meant to be terribly literary or anything like that. Of course, Longmire wants to believe the worst of Nighthorse and is easily steered by Barlow. [Laughs.] But it got me started. GM: Well, the last showdown. But I opened it up, having the shoot-out with Matt Dillon. He spent his childhood with his Englis… GM: Well, there was the time that Willie had a new album coming out, and he wanted me to listen to an early copy of it. When you’re actors, it’s just play. AVC: Out of curiosity, did you happen to see “The Greatest Event In Television History”? But that was one of the things that irritated me about it, and I realized it my first day there, when they took me for fittings to a private shopper. It was a fluke, my getting to play leading-man roles for a while, but I’m really a character guy. GM: Oh, I think he was influenced by any number of people, but I think primarily Buffett. So, yeah, that was the most beneficial role I’ve ever played in my life! His father, Barlow Connally (Gerald McRaney), a … But it gave me an opportunity to direct and it gave me an opportunity to write, and of course when Major Dad came around, I was one of the executive producers on that show. What’s your secret to a successful relationship? Very rarely did he go to his trailer, unless he was tired or there was an interview or something like that going on. Gerald McRaney is an official celebrity spokesperson for the Wounded Warrior Project, and understands that now is the time for healing when it comes to US veterans. It’s nice to meet you. And they had had a little bit of experience in the movie business, but not enough so it showed. CTRL + SPACE for auto-complete. The rodeo comes to Durant in this week’s Longmire, and plenty of folks are taking the “Ride ’Em Cowboy” directive to heart. And that’s been my career all the way along, really. And that’s a blessing and a luxury, when it really is about the art of the thing. And this sort of stuff just happened throughout the show. I love that show! GM: That’s the most beneficial role of my life, easily. Yeah! GM: Well, I am in awe of any kind of superb talent. AVC: Was there a particular point when you realized that it had grown into something beyond just that arc? And Wilford, without even thinking about it, just changed everything and did the scene, and it was, like, “Oh! There are worse fates. AVC: I hadn’t realized that. He’d written it expressly for me, and it came at the end of a year where I hadn’t worked, but here this guy wrote a role for me and wasn’t going to hear of anybody else playing it. What a character. BY Joe Leydon . You can say to your wife, “I’ll be home at 8 p.m. this evening, let’s have dinner together,” which you can’t do with a movie or an hour-long TV show. I’ve had a very good run here lately. GM: I doubt that I would even be asked in, because the last thing we saw of Hearst was his leaving town, and I don’t know what David’s plans would be for anything beyond that, other than knowing that his original idea was to just follow the history of the place. The actor: Gerald McRaney started his acting career in the late ’60s and kept so busy throughout the ’70s that it seemed like he was in every hour … McRaney holds the distinction of being the last guest star to meet "Matt Dillon" in a gunfight on Gunsmoke (1955) - in the episode, Gunsmoke: Hard Labor (1975), first broadcast on February 24, 1975 (he lost). What a great guy to work with. Gerald McRaney full list of movies and tv shows in theaters, in production and upcoming films. One is Big Daddy in “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” and the other is Claudius in “Hamlet.”. So that was pretty great. An avid reader, Connie is a huge fan of monthly serial romance novels and Craig Johnson's Walt Longmire series. What draws you to a project? There were people shooting from behind cover and stuff for the rest of the episode. At all. And they were very nice. It’s a very civilized way of being an actor. And I just didn’t feel like being a part of it anymore. And it’s fascinating, because I had met her—briefly—at the Publicist Guild Awards luncheon. We can do that.” [Laughs.] Working on that show—it has been magnificent. We start shooting it in about a week or ten days, thereabouts. They show up to their fashion shows dressed rather casually. The fourth season is now airing on Netflix after being cancelled by A&E Network after season 3. And then I think people started to pay too much attention to some of the stuff the critics were saying, like, “How is this show going to sustain? I love her dearly, and Beverly Archer, Jon Cypher, Matt Mulhern, and all the kids on the show were just terrific. [Laughs.] Clyde McRaney is the father of Gerald McRaney and his mother is Edna McRaney. Bobby came to see it, because they’re old, old friends, and he wanted me to do a role in this movie he was doing. Most of the time, he was sitting in his canvas chair with a cup of coffee and a cigarette, chewing the fat with whoever wanted to. I bumped into Jon at the Emmys. Based on the 'Walt Longmire' mystery novels by Craig Johnson. GM: Well, that was fascinating because of the director. So they started doing things like—we would talk incessantly about how we’re running out of food, and then by the end of the episode there’d be a block party to pick up people’s spirits. Mini Bio (2) McRaney holds the distinction of being the last guest star to meet "Matt Dillon" in a gunfight on Gunsmoke (1955) - in the episode, Gunsmoke: Hard Labor (1975), first broadcast on February 24, 1975 (he lost). I mean, let’s face it. What the hell do I know about Hebrew? GM: Well, it’s interesting: That actually sort of helped me. Meanwhile, Branch is curious about a possible relationship between his father and Jacob Nighthorse. Now I can have my coffee in the morning again and it’s not a problem. I haven’t even heard a rumor yet. I think the most important thing all of us learned from that was how not to make a movie. The third season of Longmire wrapped up many ongoing storylines, finally unveiling the fate of David Ridges, Branch's shooting, Vic's past in Philadelphia, and most importantly, what happened to Walt's wife in Denver. The A.V. So it was a strange existence for four or five years, but the oil field work actually allowed me to afford to be an actor. GM: When they asked me back. GM: [Bursts out laughing.] That’s my one big thing to remember about that. He also portrayed “Barlow Connelly” on contemporary Western drama “Longmire” and, over the last year, has simultaneously performed arcs on … She discovers after she has gotten the  job that there has been, throughout history, a special agent that works totally at the command of the vice president, and no one else in the government knows about this agent. AVC: What’s most fascinating, even more than Micky Dolenz playing the lead, is that it was directed by Shelley Berman. You can have the biggest star in the world; if the script isn’t there, neither is the movie. But I just thought they wrote me some fascinating and wonderful stuff to play, and I had a ball doing it. I’ve never had what you would call a breakout. They stole that and put it in the episode. ), food (eating, cooking, watching food shows, and eating again), books, online gaming, and traveling when her income affords it. Longmire (TV Series 2012–2017) - Gerald McRaney as Barlow Connally - IMDb. Doing two things at the same time is enough for my feeble mind. But I had to earn my way all the way up to that level, and it’s been that way ever since. About a month later, my agent called me to tell me that Fran Bascom, a casting director who had been helpful to me when I first came out here, wanted to know if I’d be interested in doing a guest role on a sitcom she was casting. But it was fairly predictable what he wanted from the guy: it was a father who was distracted and wanted his son to be a certain way, thought it was nonsense that the kid had such a fantasy life, and one thing and another. And at the same time, I was doing those little low-budget films and a little piecemeal work in various and sundry other projects. He said, “I don’t know what the role is.” “Doesn’t matter.” “I don’t know what kind of money it is.” “I don’t care! After killing David Ridges, sheriff Longmire uncovers a clue that could prove that Ridges killed Miller Beck. Welcome aboard.” Well, shit! We had such wonderful directors on that show and some wonderful writers, and what I’d do was just get in their hip pocket and follow them around like a puppy dog, watching them do what they did. And I asked to be let out of it. What am I getting myself into?” And then he wound up just being this great guy who I still hang out with. Have you seen any scripts? I’m doing a scene with him, and I’m just watching this guy do what he does, and it’s so simple and it’s so powerful and it’s just so damned good… I just got caught up watching him and totally forgot I was in a scene with him, which was a little embarrassing. AVM: That’s actually one of my favorite recent guilty-pleasure movies. GM: A little bit, a little bit. And I was in Virginia, and my agent called me again and said, “When can you be back home?” I said, “Well, that all depends on how Butch does tomorrow.” He said, “Well, let me know as soon as you can, because they’re holding that role open for you.”. We provide you with the latest breaking news and videos straight from the entertainment industry. Or 35 or 55 or 65, for that matter! I feel very, very fortunate to be doing the things I’m doing right now. So I don’t know where he was headed, but I don’t think Hearst would’ve necessarily been a part of the immediate future. That made an impression on me, and I wanted to see her again. And then through her I got introduced to her nephew, and this guy, he was going to be making this little low-budget film, and we all sort of hit it off, and we wound up making a movie. And playing the role was fascinating. I really liked it. His parents were Clyde and Edna McRaney in Collins, Mississippi, United States. I’ve been so lucky in my career with the variety of roles that I’ve played, and I like doing all of it, but… there’s something so civilized about doing a sitcom. Forget producer and writer and all that for a moment. When they asked me to do more than the original storyline. How was the experience of doing the crossover with Magnum, P.I.? Did they come looking for you specifically, or was it an audition? Branch Connally (Cassidy Freeman). We had just met, we were introduced, and we hugged each other instead of shaking hands. The writing on the show is fantastic, the people who do the show are fantastic, all the directors were incredible, and one of the great things about doing something for Netflix is nobody gives a damn about numbers. And then they wound up not using most of it, if any of it. But we had guys like Vincent McEveety and Burt Kennedy and several other people, but there were a handful that I really admired what they were doing, and I basically just sort of copied what they were doing, at least to begin with. Gerald Lee McRaney (born August 19, 1947) is an American television and movie actor. AVC: Jackals was also your first time working with Wilford Brimley. 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