Morrison, Mullally and Cantone Get Olympic Fever

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As the Winter Olympics continue, it was inevitable that celebrities would be asked to weigh in on their thoughts. People.com asked several, including stage and TV favorites Matthew Morrison, Megan Mullally and Mario Cantone, what sport they would play if they could actually take part in the Olympics.


Morrison and Mullally go for the curling, it seems, though Morrison is far more enthusiastic than Mullally. Cantone claims he can’t even be bothered with the physical effort of pushing a stone across some ice; he’s more adept at the art of drinking cocoa.

Morrison, a Golden Globe nominee for “Glee” and a Tony nominee for Light in the Piazza, has also appeared on Broadway in South Pacific, Hairspray and A Naked Girl on the Appian Way.

Mullally received two Emmy Awards for her portrayal of Karen Walker on “Will and Grace.” Set to appear in Lips Together, Teeth Apart at the Roundabout this spring, her other stage credits include Young Frankenstein, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and Grease.

Cantone, well-known for his appearances on “Sex and the City,” counts stand-up comedy (including a special Broadway act, Laugh Whore) and numerous other stage appearances (Assassins, Love! Valor! Compassion!) in his list of credits.

Additional celebrities interviewed for this segment include Kelly Ripa, Jerry O’Connell, Robin Thicke, Tim Gunn, Valerie Bertinelli and John Legend.

To watch the segment click here.

—Thomas Peter

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