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Chi McBride Goes Brit, Sings and Plays Footsies for 'Human Target' - VIDEO

by Maggie Furlong, posted Jan 14th 2010 4:00PM
Chi McBrideChi McBride is a man of many talents: he's a phenomenal actor (see 'Boston Public' and 'Pushing Daisies' if you need proof), an unfailingly energetic interview subject and -- who knew? -- a masterful theme song singer-songwriter.

When AOL TV visited the Vancouver set of his new show 'Human Target' (premieres Sun., Jan. 17, 8PM ET on Fox), McBride showed off all of the above, as well as his spot-on British accent, his penchant for dapper suits and accessories and, well, his ability to get any interview amazingly off course with a little playful game of footsie.

So what can we expect from McBride's character Winston when the cameras are rolling on the action-packed DC Comics adaptation? "I want him to be involved ... do some physical things, chase down some bad guys and, you know, crack a few heads." And, of course, most shows with this many shoot-'em-up scenes usually have some mystery, too. "Winston's got a past ... all of us have pasts with quite a bit of gray area."

Watch our full interview with McBride to hear more about Winston, his partners in fighting TV crime and, of course, McBride's musical take on the show, complete with air guitar. And don't forget to watch our interviews with Jackie Earle Haley and Mark Valley, too.Chi McBrideChi McBride is a man of many talents: he's a phenomenal actor (see 'Boston Public' and 'Pushing Daisies' if you need proof), an unfailingly energetic interview subject and -- who knew? -- a masterful theme song singer-songwriter.

When AOL TV visited the Vancouver set of his new show 'Human Target' (premieres Sun., Jan. 17, 8PM ET on Fox), McBride showed off all of the above, as well as his spot-on British accent, his penchant for dapper suits and accessories and, well, his ability to get any interview amazingly off course with a little playful game of footsie.

So what can we expect from McBride's character Winston when the cameras are rolling on the action-packed DC Comics adaptation? "I want him to be involved ... do some physical things, chase down some bad guys and, you know, crack a few heads." And, of course, most shows with this many shoot-'em-up scenes usually have some mystery, too. "Winston's got a past ... all of us have pasts with quite a bit of gray area."

Watch our full interview with McBride to hear more about Winston, his partners in fighting TV crime and, of course, McBride's musical take on the show, complete with air guitar.

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