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Christopher Meloni discusses 'great relationship' with cops and more in Interview Magazine


In addition to posing for a series of Polaroids that see him eating burnt pizza, lifting weights and showing off his celebrated ass, Law & Order: Organized Crime's Christopher Meloni addressed an array topics "chosen sort of, but not really, at random" for the latest issue of Interview Magazine.

Below, his response to five of the 17 (mostly) one-word prompts.

On GLUTES: "This is what has happened. I've been blessed with glutes that have an attractive shape. But I have a trainer, and we're going through bodybuilding phases, and where everyone kind of caught me was that I'd been preparing for one year in a very high-intensity weight training program that actually focused on legs. So I guess you could argue that the glute-peeping public are now reaping the benefits of all that hard work."

On 'ZADDY': "I've been called that a lot, and who am I to argue with it? Sure, I'm a zaddy."

On BOUNCERS: "The most miserable job I ever held, but it was either that or starve in New York City... You're there to try to police people who are shitfaced, so you should have a gift for gab, and I'm not that good at that. And I don't have a diplomacy bone, so consequently, there were a couple of times where it got messy."

On COPS: "I don't want to get too heavy, but my relationship with cops is great, and there's no higher compliment than when a cop comes up to me and gives me props."

On CAMEO: "I can't do it for monetary gain. Maybe I should see a shrink about that. But I am trying to convince myself to do it for a charity. I don't know if that's my Catholic guilt, but I'm caught between procrastination and doing it for charity. Maybe once the season shuts down and I have a bit more time, I'll be more amenable to it."


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