" TV Guide Magazine: Maybe it's because he does everything with style.With all those designer suits, you're turning into the male Carrie Bradshaw.Macht: What's funny is I was in the second episode of ? My sister was an assistant district attorney, my aunt was in family law, and my grandfather was a judge. But look, talk to any lawyer and they'll say, "None of this law stuff [on the show] makes sense. " We make it as authentic as we can within the heightened reality of television.
We deposed TV's smoothest legal eagle on crashing with his bromantic costar, ignoring the ' success?
Macht: I always knew that [creator] Aaron Korsh had a strong vision.
His writing is very witty, and that's what attracted me to the show.
Harvey Specter is like the James Bond of lawyers in how he manages to outwit his adversaries. I see people tweeting, "I wanna be Harvey Specter," and I'm like, "Really?
Adams, who plays Harvey's not-exactly-legal protégé Mike, were once roommates?
Macht: When I moved to Toronto to shoot the first season, I didn't have an apartment, and I was like, "Dude, where are you staying?" He grew up here, and his mother had this big penthouse, so he was like, "I'm staying at my mom's." I was like, "Your mom's?, Gabriel Macht is ready to slip into something a little more comfortable."I'm a T-shirt-and-jeans-with-combat-boots guy," says the Bronx-born actor, kicking back in his Toronto home after wrapping an episode of USA's whip-smart legal hit."And if I don't have to shave, I don't." While Macht, 40, may prefer the laid-back look, his hyper-polished character, Harvey Specter, opts to wage his courtroom battles armed in sleek Tom Ford suits.Beneath the surface, though, a case can be made that the two share a drive to succeed and a charm that's almost criminal.