The Talk: Brad Garrett
Brad Garrett stands 6’8”, but he never thought about basketball. Instead, he pursued his love of standup comedy and found a niche in sitcoms like Everybody Loves Raymond and the new How To Live With Your Parents (For The Rest Of Your Life). Garrett brought his charm to The Talk for a conversation. What’s up with that Brad Garrett ear piercing?
The Talk: Brad Garrett & Julie Chen
Garrett joked that he loves The Talk co-host Julie Chen in CBS’s Elementary.
“Hey, I will be confused for Lucy Liu any day of the week,” Chen retorted.
“You got your hot Asian women mixed up,” co-host Aisha Tyler added.
The Talk: Brad Garrett Mother
The Talk co-hosts were clearly won over by Garrett’s antics and rapid fire wit. They spent most of their time laughing at his jokes about Cialis Daytime and having their questions ignored.
Garrett joked that he hopes to meet his mother one day. It was virtually impossible to hear over the cackling at the table.
Brad Garrett did say that he got his sense of humor from his mother, but that did not stop him from mocking her deep voice.
He recalled seeing two dogs mating for the first time when he was six years old. His mom was thinking on her feet and said, “The dog in front is very sick and his friend is pushing him to the hospital.”
The Talk: Brad Garrett Ear Piercing
He now stars as a stepdad in the ABC comedy How To Live With Your Parents (For The Rest Of Your Life). He co-stars with Elizabeth Perkins and Sarah Chalke. Did you know Garrett got his ear pierced for the role? I think I would have gone with a fake stud instead of the real thing.
According to Sharon Osbourne, her husband has lots of tattoos, but no piercings other than “his willy.” Brad concluded that he was “not that manly, but I would consider having it bedazzled.”
You can see him in How To Live With Your Parents (For The Rest Of Your Life), Wednesday nights on ABC.