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In the video below, comedian Paul F. Tompkins sits down with Jesse Tyler Ferguson to talk about his Broadway beginnings, So You Think You Can Dance, flirting with Bryan Cranston, bow-ties, and his on-set relationship with Eric Stonestreet on the hit TV comedy "Modern Family"! Tompkins hosts MadeMan.com's Speakeasy talk show series.
Ferguson recently appeared in the Hollywood Bowl production of The Producers. His Broadway credits include On the Twentieth Century, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and On The Town. Off-Broadway credits include The Winter's Tale, The Merchant of Venice, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Little Fish, Where Do We Live?, the Encores! concert version of Hair in 2001, Newyorkers, Kean and more.