(Perhaps that's the out for the producers of "The Big Bang Theory" when Jim Parsons demands to know why he's reportedly making a third less per episode than costars Kaley Cuoco and Johnny Galecki?) So, taking the numbers at face value, we have a few observations: For example, if Jon Hamm and Jeffrey Donovan were to go out to dinner, we think the star's 0,000 per episode.(See the whole 2010 list here, at TV Guide.) -- Christie D'Zurilla Photos: Jeffrey Donovan, left, as Michael Westen on "Burn Notice," and Jon Hamm, right, as Don Draper on "Mad Men." It's always the guy making the big bucks who shows up in jeans and no tie, isn't it?
I’ve never received better feedback from fans about any cover ID that I’ve ever played, but it was the scariest one because I thought it was so different from anything I’d ever done, not only on the show, but just as an actor. DONOVAN: That’s really tough because it’s six years of actors that have come through the show. Always make the villains smarter than Michael, but have Michael figure out that one Achilles heel that the villain has.” The closest person to ever do that was Jay Karnes. A great foe is the villain that is smarter than you.
Check out what he had to say after the jump, and be aware that there are some spoilers. One of the fun things, that we didn’t actually realize when we first started the show, was that, even though I’m a burned spy and I’m trying to get back in, the fun of the show has always been to help the person that no one else can help, and only Michael’s skills can solve his problem.
Question: Is it fun to get to play so many different cover characters on this show? We thought it’d be fun, if that certain cover ID were taken on, just like spies have to do.
His costar Gabrielle Anwar commented on the happy baby news to Celebuzz recently.
PHOTOS: 2012's babies of the year "He recently got married and I believe his wife had a baby within the last week as far as I know," the actress said.