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Coming up this evening at 9 p.m., "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomes Kyra Sedgwick for a revealing and entertaining face to face interview.
Currently gearing up for the final season of the TNT crime drama "The Closer," the actress offers candid commentary on a non-fictional crook, sharing her perspective on Bernie Madoff:
"I see him as a - a sick man. And I - and I see us as you - adults who made a choice," she says of the former businessman and admitted operator of the largest financial fraud in American history.
Sedgwick and her husband, actor Kevin Bacon, were among those who fell victim to Madoff's Ponzi scheme, losing an unspecified amount of money. For her part however, the 46-year-old has moved on:
"I see a lot of people that are so much worse off than we are. And I think that, you know, $%!* happens," she tells Piers Morgan. "He has a horrible life at this point."
Switching gears from those in the big house, to those in the White House, the woman behind the character Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson isn't acting when she talks about the president: FULL POST
Tonight Piers Morgan sits down with rap icon and entrepreneur LL Cool J, for a primetime exclusive interview on family, his transition from rapping to acting, and his new revolutionary music program, My Connect Studio.
The two discussed the future of American innovation, with Piers Morgan hoping America's great brains will get back to using them "properly."
"You look at the Steve Jobs, but these are guys in isolation," Morgan explains. "But it should be more than that ... I just want them to be using it properly, making stuff again."
My Connect Studio aims to connect talented musicians across the world, allowing them to create, produce and edit music together in real time, with out ever meeting each other in person.
LL Cool J said this new software is part of a childhood fantasy turned reality: FULL POST