Tony Goldwyn: Why He'll Be a 'Total Fool' When His Daughters Marry

Tony Goldwyn: Why He'll Be a 'Total Fool' When His Daughters Marry
Tony Goldwyn
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updated 04/25/2013 at 04:00 PM EDT

originally published 04/26/2013 03:00PM

Tony Goldwyn, 52, heats things up and bares (almost) all on the hit ABC series Scandal and chatted with PEOPLE this week about "one last thing" ...

Last indulgence
Because of the, uh, content in Scandal, I wanted to make sure I was eating well. We tease each other on-set about how much we're starving ourselves. So last night I had a cheeseburger, fries and a beer, and that was a nice indulgence.

Last injury
A couple of years ago I decided to learn to snowboard, so I took lessons. On my second day I fell and shattered my wrist and had to have a plate put in it. Some things I'm just too old to learn.

Last good deed
I was at a stoplight the day before yesterday and saw a man with the most lovely face holding a sign saying he was in rough financial shape. I rolled down my window and gave him 20 bucks. I always try and do that; it's so easy to just turn away.

Last time I cried
My daughters will tell you I cry pretty easily. I'm really nervous for their weddings because I just know I'm going to make a total fool of myself.

Last time I said I was sorry
The other day on the phone with my wife [Jane Musky] because we had some stupid, meaningless argument, so I said I was sorry. Then I realized how effective it is!

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