Khloe Kardashian is guest starring on tonight’s episode of Law & Order: LA. The reality TV star will play a character who comes under police scrutiny after her stylist is murdered (airing tonight at 10PM ET on NBC). This is big for Khloe for a couple of reasons. One, this is the first time she’s acting without her sisters and she revealed that she and Lamar (especially Lamar) are huge Law & Order fans.
TV Squad caught up with Khloe to get more details about how she got the job and what it was like filming and whether she has a serious acting career in store or not.
On Loving The Show
I’m a big ‘Law & Order’ fan! I became one because this is one of Lamar’s favorite shows and he always watches it. I love a good murder mystery and crime shows … I love all that stuff.
When I got asked to do it, I was a little hesitant because I’ve never acted without any of my sisters. This is only the second acting job I’ve ever done. I did ‘90210,’ but I was with my sister Kim. It was just easier when you have someone who you’re in your comfort zone with, so doing this by myself, I was skeptical. Lamar and my best friend Malika kind of pushed me into doing it.
Filming with them was intimidating for me. Like I said, I’ve never done this. It’s weird, I almost felt like I had to tell them, “I’ve never done this before!” but I didn’t because that’s so lame, it’s like a cop-out. They were so nice, so professional. [Alfred Molina] is hysterical, so funny and always making jokes. There was some pressure, you know? You want to do good, you don’t want to fumble on your lines. Even though it is one scene, I really do love and appreciate that I was with such great actors.
I would never say never. I do not think I am comfortable enough right now to want to just jump in and do that. I like doing little stuff like this because I think it builds my confidence. I’ve never acted, so obviously I don’t think I could be in a movie and memorize an entire script right now, but I do like practicing. I’d love to try to play a character because in [‘Law & Order: LA’ and ‘90210’] I play versions of myself. Playing somebody who’s not me, that’s the first step — a baby step. We’re our own worst critics. I don’t even know if I’m good at this, I think I need someone else to kind of tell me that.
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