Michael C. Hall headed straight into the press room following his win for Best Actor at yesterday's SAG Awards for his role in Dexter. It's been a good week for Michael after also taking home a prize at last Monday's Golden Globes, and he answered a few questions about where he's storing his new statues and going public with his cancer fight. He said:
- On the aftermath of announcing he has cancer: "A lot of people have reached out to me that I wouldn't have heard from otherwise. . . high school teachers, friends from college. I've actually spent a lot of this week responding to concerned, but ultimately encouraging e-mails."
- On expecting Dexter's success: "I knew that our task was to try to sympathise a serial killer, that was a unique goal. I thought the show could develop some sort of cult following, but I didn't anticipate that following would be so broad, and it would attract as many fans as it had. . . I certainly didn't see bobble-heads or video games or any of that stuff."
- On where he's storing his newly-won awards: "I put it in a little passageway between the bathroom and the guest bedroom, where we have such things. So I'll probably put this there."