James Cromwell is making the move to the small screen this Fall in ABC's Betrayal, which follows the affair — and legal entanglements — of two married people. James joked that "a lot of money" was his motivation to make the jump to TV, but in a more serious moment, he said the show's Shakespearean undertones attracted him to his role. He also talked about his own views on relationships, gay marriage, and why he believes in "following your heart" — as long as you're honest in the process.
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