"We want to go out as strong, and positive, and great as we possibly can, whether that’s one or two seasons, three seasons."
“Your manager will periodically send you out to do a meet-n-greet with someone. This is one of those go-through-the-motions
My favorite scene is when Duke and Max run into a sausage factory during their journey home. At the factory they, of course
Playing Cam on ABC's widely successful series Modern Family has catapulted Eric Stonestreet into the spotlight. Known for his flamboyantly hysterical role, Eric's performance leaps through the screen and bear hugs our own families every single episode.
"I do think that people are influenced by television," he said.
"Modern Family" star Eric Stonestreet chats about his partnership with the Ready.Raise.Rise. campaign. Watch the livestream
Like millions of people, Eric Stonestreet knows firsthand the devastating impact of cancer. His mother is a two-time cancer
It's the TV crossover nobody saw coming: "Real Housewives of New York City" star Bethenny Frankel and "Modern Family" actor
The event has increased in size, awareness, donations and celebrity attendance, but it still remains all about family: those families impacted by childhood illness and seeking care from the incredible doctors and team at Children's Mercy.
The 43-year-old actor, who is straight, told HuffPost Live in an interview this week that he feels "more on the front lines
"Modern Family" airs Wednesday at 9:00 p.m. ET on ABC. For more, check out a montage of scares on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show
On a more serious note, Stonestreet said that while playing Cam on "Modern Family" for five seasons didn't change the way
Apparently, the FX show is a favorite of the actor, and he revealed what we were all thinking when it came to the academy's