NEW YORK (AP) Getting Kevin Spacey to spill the beans about his plans while hosting the Tony Awards is as likely as his character on House of Cards to renounce blackmail and backstabbing.
“You’ll just have to tune in and see,” the actor told The Associated Press.
Spacey said he’s been busy with producers figuring out how to approach his first big hosting gig on Sunday, June 11. He’s spent the last few weeks seeing Broadway shows to spark ideas and gone backstage to congratulate the various casts.
Spacey, who won Oscars for the movies The Usual Suspects and American Beauty, won a Tony Award in 1991 in Neil Simon’s Lost in Yonkers and starred in the Broadway and West End productions of Long Day’s Journey into Night.