01:58 PM EDT 03/05/2014
Originally posted 02/26/2014 07:55AM
Matthew Rhys probably wouldn't make as good of a spy as his on-screen counterpart.
While his character manages to keep up a fake identity and two marriages on FX's The Americans, Rhys says it's something he'd never be able to do himself.
"I get anxiety just playing a fictitious part on a drama series," the actor, who plays a KGB spy posing as an American, told reporters during a recent conference call. "When I think of those men who actually live a duplicitous life and have multiple marriages or partners, I don't know how they do it."
Originally posted 02/20/2014 01:00PM
Matthew Rhys figures his fans might believe rumors about him on the Internet. But his own mother?
Originally posted 12/26/2013 12:40PM
They play spies on television, but are Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys keeping a real-life secret as well?
Originally posted 05/23/2013 05:00AM
Ian Somerhalder, Matthew Rhys, Mario Batali and more whip up their remedies for the morning after
Originally posted 01/31/2013 10:25AM
She's come a long way since Felicity.
That much was clear in the very first scene of The Americans on Wednesday night, as Keri Russell was shown in an extremely compromising position with a Department of Justice agent. Long gone is that sweet college girl from the '90s.
In the new FX drama, Russell, 36, and Matthew Rhys play suburban parents who are actually KGB agents, living in the early-'80s Washington, D.C.
Originally posted 06/27/2008 09:30AM
Brothers and Sisters star Matthew Rhys is single and ready to mingle – even at the car wash.
The 33-year-old bachelor, who briefly dated Sienna Miller tells U.K.'s Glamour magazine he loves " a ball-breaker" and wants confidence in a woman.
"[A woman should] just come right up and introduce herself ... in the supermarket, at the car wash ... Bring it on!" he says of opportunities to change his "sadly single" status.
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