As if Jason wasn't enough, Jada Pinkett Smith also stopped by the Stern Show this morning for a candid interview with Howard that saw her opening up about everything from her role as Fish Mooney on "Gotham"to her relationship with Will Smith.
Naturally, when Larry's run in his smash hit Broadway show 'Fish in the Dark' was coming to an end, some genius thought of replacing him with Jason Alexander. So, he's got all the freedom in the world. These days Pinkett Smith is being lauded for her performance as Fish Mooney on "Gotham, " a show that Howard absolutely loves.
And at the end of the day, I'm not here to be anybody's watcher. Alexander admitted that he constantly found himself adjusting his style and role to suit hers, and that it just wasn't working.
And it doesn't mean he's going to act on it. Who better than a Broadway-veteran actor who had experience playing a character based on Larry David? And just because your man is attracted to another woman, does not mean he doesn't love you.
Yet, it didn't stop Jada from developing into a force to be reckoned with in Hollywood -- and that all started at the Baltimore School for the Arts, where she met Tupac Shakur.
As for Jada -- if she wasn't with Will she said she would have multiple "companions. It's been a while since Jason sat down with Howard, so there were more than a few great stories.
Robin asked point-blank: Jada also revealed that Will was offered the part of Neo in "The Matrix. The Howard Stern Show.
Star Trek even made Jason fall i n love with his wife. I'm not his watcher.
But before the knot was tied, Ross died after licking an apparently toxic wedding envelope. Jerry's best friend and right-hand man, played by Newark-born Jason Alexander, was relieved -- cheerful, even -- after Susan Ross died. If your man can't really see another woman's beauty, how the hell is he going to see yours?
Channing Tatum called her and told her that she just popped into his head and they went from there. Photo Credit: Check out her out on the big screen this summer to experience the sizzling chemistry yourself.
Alexander, who was cast after Neptune native Danny DeVito turned down the role , clarified that Swedberg is "terrific" and that they got along very well during production. As long as Will can look himself in the mirror and be okay, I'm good.