He penned the script for episode four, and called it an honor to collaborate with the team.He’s also directed an episode back in season three. During an interview in May at Fox's 2015 Upfronts, E!
The couple wed in 2011 and had one son, Julius, in October 2013.Any woman worth her salt has to draw a line at some point. But I would be fascinated to get the polling on that.". Listen to a different perspective and you almost always modify your position and realize you're probably too dogmatic, too competitive, too jealous, too frustrated.And that line is definitely having bunk beds as a 22-year-old."Mc Kenzie played a cop on for five years. "As long as they're not actual real ones where you can lose the key. The pink fluffy ones."The 36-year-old actor's adventures in the bedroom aside, Mc Kenzie would like to find The One—just not now. I love women for being able to knock that s--t out of you."When Mc Kenzie does find a woman to date, he'll treat her right.Ben Mc Kenzie, 36, starred as Ryan Atwood, the show's resident bad boy—a mysterious, brooding kid from the wrong side of town, whose leather jackets drove the rich girls wild. Money was so tight he shared a bunk bed in his first New York City apartment. Here, Mc Kenzie—who is back on TV as an early James Gordon in FOX's breakout hit I was Riggins. I tried to milk the quiet, introverted type for as long as I could.Mc Kenzie's own backstory is decidedly less formulaic: After studying economics and foreign affairs at the University of Virginia, the Austin-born Mc Kenzie took a sharp right turn to acting. I did have a chance to briefly date a cheerleader, which was fun. But being on the team definitely helps an awkward teenager. You know that great quote they attribute to Abraham Lincoln: "Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt"? But I would be fascinated to get the polling on that.