09:15 PM EDT 10/21/2013
Originally posted 07/30/2013 02:30PM
Jerry O'Connell says he got "a little bit of a surprise" when he arrived on the set of his new sitcom, We Are Men, and took a look at his wardrobe – a collection of Speedos.
"It is probably the most nerve-wracking job for me to put those on every morning," O'Connell, 39, said at the 2013 CBS Summer TCA Press Tour, admitting that it's a turnaround from being known "as the fat kid from Stand By Me."
But the actor, whose show debuts Sept. 30 on CBS, says putting on the skimpy swimwear "is something that I have embraced. I have joined a gym. I have started drinking light beer. It is just something I am going to have to deal with in this role."
Originally posted 07/24/2013 06:45AM
It's all about the bathroom, the King and Maxwell star admits to PEOPLE
Originally posted 07/22/2013 11:45AM
"I saw a physical altercation. It was crazy," the actor quips to PEOPLE
Originally posted 07/02/2013 09:15AM
"That's what real life is. Once you start paying somebody else to do the grunt work, who are you?" the King & Maxwell star says
Originally posted 06/28/2013 06:40PM
Actress Rebecca Romijn, 40, plays a private eye on TNT's King & Maxwell, and chatted this week with PEOPLE about "one last thing" ...
Last sport I played
My character is a former Olympic rower, and I used to row, so I was like, "I'll show them how it's done." At my first training session, the boat was only about a foot wide and very tippy. I was in the lake in about two minutes.
Originally posted 10/10/2012 06:00PM
"They know all the words! I don't know all the words!" the actress tells PEOPLE of daughters Dolly and Charlie
Originally posted 08/02/2012 06:00AM
Jennie Garth made sure Monday night was relaxing for herself and for her three kids.
The actress and daughters Luca, Lola and Fiona came through 104.3 My FM's My Big Night Out 2 VIP lounge, at the Hollywood Bowl, where she was treated to a paraffin massage from a Burke Williams masseuse.
"Jennie told her kids to take photos with her," an onlooker tells PEOPLE. "She looked amazing and appeared to have shed some pounds. She seemed like she was in a great mood."
Following her pampering session, the newly single star rewarded her little ones for their patience by taking them to watch Kelly Clarkson in concert later that night.
The pop star performed a slew of hits, including, "My Life Would Suck Without You," "Since U Been Gone" and "Stronger," along with a cover of Fun.'s "We Are Young."
Just a couple of days earlier, the Bowl brought out Jerry O'Connell and Eric Stonestreet, who came to watch a performance of The Producers. The musical stars O'Connell's wife Rebecca Romijn, and Stonestreet's on-screen Modern Family beau, Jesse Tyler Ferguson.
"Jerry and Eric both looked beaming and happy," an onlooker tells PEOPLE. "Mel Brooks took the stage at the end."
– Michael Fleeman and Dahvi Shira
Originally posted 11/11/2011 03:30PM
November 11, 2011 (a.k.a. 11/11/11) is a big day for mathematicians, historians, numerologists, and the like. Celebrities? Not so much. Aside from Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O'Connell, that is.
"If we happen to look at our phone and it's 11:11, one of us always texts the other," says O'Connell. The significance of the numbers for the Romijn-O'Connell clan comes from their numerical symmetry: "There's two of us – Rebecca and I – and the two of our kids," explains the actor, 37.
So the couple decided that Friday, 11/11/11 was a day worthy of celebration.
Originally posted 10/04/2010 07:00AM
Jerry O'Connell knows how to strike a pose. But then, he has an excellent modeling muse.
"I get a lot of tips from my wife, who just happens to be a supermodel," O'Connell, 36, said of his wife of three years, Rebecca Romijn, 37. "She tells me to pick a point in the lens and really focus on it."
O'Connell, who costars with Jim Belushi on CBS's The Defenders, recently put Romijn's tips to use while posing for the cover of VEGAS magazine.
Originally posted 08/25/2009 07:45AM
On movie sets and on stage, Jerry O'Connell may have limits to what he'll do for a laugh from his audience. But at home, he finds himself doing just about anything to get giggles out of the fraternal twin girls he and wife Rebecca Romijn welcomed last December.
Luckily, they're a generous audience. "I think of myself as a funny guy but nobody thinks I'm funnier than my daughters [Charlie and Dolly]," O'Connell, 35, tells PEOPLE. "We have three dogs. If I act like one of the dogs with the dogs, they go crazy. It's like we're talking Richard Pryor in his heyday."
O'Connell, who has been taking care of the girls while his wife films her ABC show Eastwick, says his 8-month-old twins even laugh when he's trying to discipline them.
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