Berenger continua a lavorare per la televisione e per il cinema, ma sempre come protagonista; lo si può ricordare come guest star in una puntata di Cin cin, dove nell'ultima stagione impersona uno spasimante di Rebecca Howe.
He suddenly appears in the kitchen in the house of his estranged wife, in the middle of the night. She thinks it’s a burglar, intruder or something in there, so she gets her police weapon and heads down the hallway, only to find me in there putting away groceries. It would seem like “complicated” doesn’t begin to cover it. They were very much in love and very much attracted to each other when they met.
And he was probably a pretty good attorney too, so she was impressed by his professionalism and all that.
He did have a drinking problem, which he overcame, but he still gambles.
And as this begins he has just returned from Vegas, where he was living – and which is They just decided to put some distance between each other?
They had a shot in Paris where that thing opens up and there’s all these mirror reflections of mirror reflections of mirror reflections.
Tom Berenger as Mike Keegan in Someone to Watch Over Me (1987) In Someone to Watch Over Me (1987), New York detective Mike Keegan (Tom Berenger) falls for the glamourous socialite Claire Gregory (Mimi Rogers), a murder witness he's been assigned to protect from a big-time mobster.
I did a three-episode arc, and beyond that it’s up to them. I mean I loved doing it, but with the finished product, I was just so impressed by everybody’s work.
I came out of the intermission [at a five-hour screening] and said, “This is like ,” and it even had that kind of brownish-sepia tint to it.
Berenger beat out Denis O'Hare in "American Horror Story," Ed Harris for "Game Change," David Strathairn in "Hemingway & Gellhorn," and Martin Freeman as Dr.