Greg Kinnear Breaks Down His Most Iconic Characters | GQ

Greg Kinnear revisits his most iconic characters, including roles in As Good As It Gets, You’ve Got Mail, Sabrina, Auto Focus, Little Miss Sunshine, Brigsby Bear, Nurse Betty and House of Cards.

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Greg Kinnear Breaks Down His Most Iconic Characters | GQ


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22 thoughts on “Greg Kinnear Breaks Down His Most Iconic Characters | GQ

  1. One of the best films I've ever seen was called "The Matador," starring Pierce Brosnan and a superb (and terribly underrated) Greg Kinnear. If you haven't watched it yet, DO YOURSELF A FAVOR!!! For me, this little known gem was the best picture of the year, with many independents like this one missing out completely. Show your support.

  2. I've liked Greg Kinnear in every movie of his that I've seen. He always seems so natural, regardless of the role he's playing. I'm disappointed that he didn't discuss his role in The Kennedys mini-series. Playing JFK doesn't qualify as an iconic character?!?! There have been many actors who've played Jack Kennedy. I think Kinnear's performance is the best one I've ever seen. I wish he'd talked about it.

  3. He did a movie called “flash of genius“. It’s about the true story of the guy who invented the first intermittent windshield wiper. I know it sounds lame, but he’s great in it. Try to find it somewhere on Netflix maybe periodically.

  4. I'm not surprised they didn't do "Robots" since it was animation, but he did incredibly as the voice of the evil Phineas T. Rachet.. and among a star-studded cast at that.

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