Actor Dylan Walsh who plays plastic surgeon Sean McNamara admits when he and co-star Julian McMahon first started out, they were so inexperienced that the producers used stunt hands for surgical scenes.
In addition, the massive amounts of blood made Walsh and McMahon squeamish at times.
Not any more. Walsh says he and McMahon are now so jaded by all the gore that its actually fun. As he puts it, Weve done such outrageous surgeries pretend ones that Ive seen real surgeries and its not a big deal.
Walsh also is willing to put up with a little blood in exchange for being in a hit series. In his words, Ive been in so many situations where you hope its going to be successful and it doesnt happen. So this is like a gift.
The season two collection of Nip/Tuck hits DVD on Aug. 30.
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