Which This Is Us Star Told His Wife He Actually Loved His Co-Star?

Perhaps life does, in fact, mirror art.

The cast of “This Is Us” recently reminisced with E! News as the sixth and final season approaches. They also gave some acting tips, such as how to completely immerse oneself in character. Actor Milo Ventimiglia remarked on his and Mandy Moore’s evident connection, saying, “We both agreed that from action to cut, for all intents and purposes, we’re a married couple.” “Let’s always chat,” I murmured to Mandy as we sat to the side at the Upfronts. Let’s talk all the time. Like a true love affair, like a really married pair. Let’s make sure that’s the cornerstone of all we do. ”

Unfortunately, it seems like one of the series’ performers took that acting advice a bit too seriously. But which one? You may be surprised at the solution.

Sterling K. Brown told his wife he loved Susan Kelechi Watson.

However, don’t phone tabloid talk show host Jerry Springer just yet. Actor Sterling K. Brown informed his real-life wife, Ryan Michelle Bathé, that he adored his on-screen wife, Susan Kelechi Watson.

In a frank interview with E! News, Brown said that he used the same technique for acting as Milo Ventimiglia and Mandy Moore in a frank interview with E! News. You’ll probably hear me say this in various interviews, but I adore Susan Kelechi Watson. I told my wife early on. Ry, I want to express this to you in person since you’ll probably hear me say this in different interviews,” he said. “I don’t adore her in a rude manner.” I don’t love her in a way that should cause you any concern. I adore her soul, her energy, and the way she approaches her job.

For Brown’s benefit, it seems like his wife comprehends because she is a well-known performer in her own right. I’ve been playing the game for a long time with Sterling. We return to school. In our relationship, we’ve learnt that there are certain minefields and traps, but just like in a slalom, we just go past them. In 2017, Bathé talked to E! News. “One of those things is practicing together.”