He was a welder in southern California, and he put me to work in a steel factory in 1980. Melissa Parker (): Your last album was released seven years ago. Then that three years I wanted to make that second record just doubled up on me and time went by. I feel like a couple of months have gone by, and it’s a year and a half.It’s a struggle for men and women to be married to somebody and then go out on the road and meet pretty gals. The big difference is I think I’ve done maybe 600 shows since that first record. I’m happy to play those roles, but I’m just a little happier when people want me to play a bad guy. I want to paint a picture of a unicorn wearing an eye patch robbing a 7-Eleven (laughs).She thinks she has met the most interesting guy she has ever seen. I had much more confidence when I went in to make this one. I was sort of sensing the theme of alcohol, drugs and attitude (laughs). It just turns out that I like those kinds of murder ballads, you might want to call them, more than, “the sun is out shining” and “there’s a unicorn on my lawn today under a rainbow.” I just like the sort of dark themes better. I just did a movie in New Orleans and got to be a bad guy who was a drug dealer and kills people and gets to feed their dead bodies to the alligators. The sort of darker themed songs are just more fun to me. Melissa Parker (): Were some of the songs on the album meant to be a nod to your Catholic upbringing? Then you get out in the world, and you have to find your way through it.Chris Noth and John Corbett hit the town ahead of the Golden Globes on Friday.
The 56-year-old actor and the 60-year-old actress were all dressed up on the red carpet during the festival’s closing ceremony on Tuesday (June 20) in Monte Carlo, Monaco.
He is best known for playing Chris Stevens on Northern Exposure from 1990 to 1995; and Aidan Shaw on Sex and the City – a role which he reprised for the series film sequel Sex and the City 2 (2010).
He also played the male lead in My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002) and its 2016 sequel.
He starred in United States of Tara as Max Gregson, and has appeared on NBC dramedy Parenthood as Seth Holt.
Corbett started his acting career in television commercials, and in recent years, he has done TV and radio voiceovers for Applebee's restaurants and Walgreens drug stores, among others.