LOS ANGELES, Calif. (March 4, 2007) — Adrian Grenier says he isn’t having to work hard playing Vince Chase on the HBO hit series “Entourage.”
“This show is about friendship and having the time of your lives,” Grenier said during an appearance for the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival. “Every week we do a new episode, we’re in a new, exciting location. All we have to do is have fun all day long.”
In Aspen to speak on a panel for the festival late Saturday, three of the show’s leads and its executive producer dined at the hot spot Matsuhisa and partied at the private Caribou Club.
Grenier, who has appeared in more than 20 films during his short career, said he has more in common with Chase than differences.
“I always say I’m a ‘B’ actor playing an A-list celebrity,” he said. “A lot of values of Vince’s are like mine: Being true to your friends, being humble, appreciating your circumstances and loving New York.”
“Entourage” follows the antics of Chase and his pack of lifelong friends who also double as his manager and go-fers as they navigate a cutthroat Hollywood.
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