The 'Greek' star chats from the Sundance red carpet
PARK CITY, UTAH. For five or six years now, Clark Duke has been stealing scenes with impunity.
On "Greek," he was the most lovable fundamentalist roommate imaginable, before turning around and winning over an entirely different audience on the big screen in "Hot Tub Time Machine" and in "Kick-Ass."
This year, Duke has been spending a lot of time opposite Rainn Wilson on the final season of "The Office" and he's also teaming up with fellow NBC Thursday Comedy colleagues Amy Poehler and Adam Scott in the Sundance feature "A.C.O.D."
HitFix's Dan Fienberg was at the "A.C.O.D." premiere in Utah earlier this week and he chatted with Duke about playing Adam Scott's brother in the relationship comedy and about what it's been like to help "The Office" wrap up its Emmy-winning run.