… they didn’t give me my slice …
“They Didn’t Give Me My Slice” – The Practice
James Todd Spader
Born February 7, 1960
“They Didn’t Give Me My Slice” – The Practice – 3 Emmy Awards
James Spader is best known for portraying eccentric characters.
These characters appear in films (“Sex, Lies, and Videotape” (1989), the controversial psychological thriller “Crash” (1996), and the erotic romance “Secretary” (2002), as well as television roles (“The Practice” and its spin-off “Boston Legal,” for which he won three Emmy Awards).
He currently stars as high-profile criminal Raymond “Red” Reddington in the crime drama “The Blacklist.”
Check out clip from The Practice: The Final Season. You can buy the show from Shout! Factory at: https://www.shoutfactory.com/product/practice-final-season Major upheavals have left Ellenor (Camryn Manheim), Eugene (Steve Harris) and Jimmy (Michael Badalucco) in charge of the firm. In an attempt to rebuild their ranks, Ellenor hires an old friend: the enigmatic and ethically-challenged Alan Shore (James Spader).