By Yip Wai Yee
If it is a burden to him professionally, he sure seems to carry it lightly.
“If you’ve done something in your life, then you should just stick with it, and E.R. was a long part of my life and career. So you just go with whatever’s the biggest in your career. For now, Luka is the biggest thing in my career,” he says of the role he played for nine years from 1999 to 2008.
“If it stays that way, that’s fine. If I do something bigger, and become known for that, then that’s good too. I’m fine either way.”
“It’s fun to do the action sequences, because it’s like going to the gym, but not just doing some boring weights.”