Monday, May 4, 2009


Out Of Work ‘ER’ Actors Should Turn To Stand-Up Comedy

HOLLYWOOD (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – The unemployed actors from ER should hit the comedy circuit now that the long-running drama is over.

Yvette Freeman played Nurse Haleh Adams on the hit show from 1994 until the recent series finale and she claims all of the ER actors have the chops to make it big in comedy.

She says, “We had a bunch of funny actors in the show throughout the years. George Clooney, Eriq La Salle – they were always telling jokes – especially when things started getting really heavy. It was a very happy place.”

In fact, the actors had such a knack for comedic timing that they’d forget about the gruesome scenes they were filming.

Freeman says, “There were so many scenes where we had to take our minds off what was going on. Especially toward the end – with blood just pouring everywhere. It was gross!”

If the stand-up comedy circuit doesn’t work out, Freeman figures ER actors can just go back to school and become real nurses and doctors.

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