Eric Roberts Interview
Eric Roberts is one of few actors in history to have more than 600 credits in film and television. He received his first Golden Globe nomination for his star turn in King of the Gypsies in 1978 and a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for Runaway Train in 1985. More recently he has appeared in the likes of The Dark Knight and The Expendables, as well as on hit TV shows such as Grey's Anatomy, Heroes and Suits. Eliza Roberts is Eric's manager, and a casting director and actress, well known for starring in National Lampoon's Animal House and Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. She has been married to Eric since 1992. Eric and Eliza have a conversation with Tom about their favourite singer songwriter, Keaton Simons, and his career, about the role of music in film, favourite moments from Eric's career in Hollywood and the key to a successful marriage.
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