Eric Winter quote (interview Los Angeles Times July 24, 2009)

My one personal escape is golf, which I really discovered in the last year. I was an athlete when I was younger and played a lot of sports, including golf, but I always ended up throwing around my clubs in frustration. I’ve got a better attitude about it now. It’s a great challenge. I play all the public courses, like Griffith Park and Simi Valley. I’m trying to get my wife into it.

Eric Winter

pictures Roselyn Sanchez Amaury Nolasco and Friends Golf Classic Tournament held at Bahia Beach – Jun 18 2009



Eric Winter – Sundays at Tiffany’s

Michael….a really fun character to play.. it was like discovering being a kid all over again. He was a character that definitely helps you appreciate  the simpler things in life… i really enjoyed playing him.   Eric Winter 

Answers for the fans by Eric Winter

Q  :    If you had not been an actor … what career would you have taken?

EW: The career path i would have taken would have been to be a doctor or a paramedic. I love the medical field

Q  :     If you could change something in your life or in your career …. what would you change?

EW : There isnt really anything i would change about my life or career. Everything has shaped me and brought me to this point.
Sure there are things that i wish i could have handled better, but no regrets just lessons


Eric Winter quote – Musicals and more


When a good play comes to town, particularly to the Pantages, I never miss it. I saw “The Producers,” “Wicked,” and I saw “Chicago” here, we really love the theater.

We also go up to the Getty when we get a chance. We love the ArcLight for a movie. This is a great town if you just get out and find out what’s going on.


Eric Winter quote – Getting physical

We’re both big exercise buffs, and we love being active outdoors, which is why we like hiking in Fryman Canyon. It’s crowded, but there are a couple of offshoot trails where you kind of get away a little bit. We have four dogs that we bring sometimes, but that can get a little chaotic.


Eric Winter – Christian Grey

“I Ignore the unwelcome stab of disappointment. Why do I want to spend every single minute with this controlling sex god? Oh yes, I’ve fallen in love with him, and he can fly.”
E.L. James, Fifty Shades of Grey


Eric Winter – Christian Grey

“See how good we are together,” he murmurs. “If you give yourself to me, it will be so much better. Trust me, Anastasia, I can take you places you don’t even know exist.”
E.L. James, Fifty Shades of Grey


Interview with Eric Winter (Asst. D.A. Ben Talbot)

by Kristin Sample, posted Apr 8th 2008 1:02PM

Winter brings a new element of tension to the show with ADA Ben Talbot. He describes his character as “driven by his work.” Talbot wants to solve the crimes that plague the city. He has an immediate fondness for Beth Turner, but Winter himself doesn’t know the true motivation behind Talbot’s interest in Beth’s character.

There is a possible love triangle brewing as well. Talbot, who is attracted to Beth, is haunted by his need to expose Mick. From his very first scene, you’ll see a tension between Mick and Ben. Ben wants to be top dog and desperately wants to know Mick’s secret.

Someone asked if Ben was a vampire, Winter laughed, “Not that I know of.” He clearly thinks getting to play a vampire would be great. “It’s just a cool genre,” he said. Then he joked, “I think they’re real. No, just kidding.”

You probably know Eric Winter from his work on Brothers and Sisters. I asked if he’d be returning to that show and he answered, “I assume you’ll probably see me again.” But his concern is scheduling. Winter mentioned that the writers have had a hell of a time trying to write him on and off the show to accommodate for other projects (i.e. Viva Laughlin and Moonlight). He seems confident that his character will return to Brothers and Sisters if only for closure.

Winter also has a movie coming out this year called The Ugly Truth with Katherine Heigl and Gerald Butler.

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