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Alan Tudyk stars as late baseball manager Ben Chapman in the new Jackie Robinson biopic 42, which took the top spot at the box office over the weekend. The actor is best known for his comedic work, so when he stopped by our LA studios recently, he told us portraying the well-documented racist was outside his comfort zone in more ways than one. He also spoke to us about his role on Suburgatory and hinted that his character, Noah, will have a chance to get revenge on the man who stole his girlfriend in an upcoming episode. Watch our interview to see what else Alan had to say about working alongside Harrison Ford and why Jackie's story should make Americans proud.
|Alan Tudyk on the "Affecting" Experience of Playing a Racist Baseball Manager in 42|
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