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When subsequently asked about her former flame's recent (and frequent) declarations that she is "the one that got away," Sally quipped, "Well, yeah." Burt and Sally in January 1978.David Rodman "Dave" Annable (born September 15, 1979) is an American actor.He attended college at the State University of New York at Plattsburgh (SUNY Plattsburgh).

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“I didn’t really know if I wanted to work with Dave,” she tells Zap2it, recalling playing the ultimately temporary girlfriend of Annable’s character, Justin. This is not your wife now, this is your girlfriend on the show.

“I’m really big on keeping work and personal life separate, but I finally thought, ‘What do you have to lose? I got really choked up and so did Dave, then the director yelled, ‘Cut! But you get to go home with her.’ It was really interesting.” Leaving the drama for home, Yustman stars in FOX’s security-firm comedy “Breaking In,” premiering Wednesday, April 6.

He hosted many shows at PSTV, including Late Night with Dave Annable, Cardinal Sports, and The Roommate Game.

Annable credits Plattsburgh State Television for preparing him for his successful career in television.

Brothers & Sisters, he says, owes a lot to that lineage.

‘I believe that thirtysomething changed our idea of what was and wasn’t possible in terms of dramatic television, in the same way that Hill Street Blues or ER did,’ he says.

Upon leaving the school, Emily Rose landed parts in several television pilots, shows and films.

She starred as Precious in Hurricane Party, before getting the part of Verna in the unaired fourth episode of the show Smith.

Acting opposite your husband isn’t something you always do when you’re starting a marriage, but at the time of their wedding last fall, Odette Yustman shot five episodes of “Brothers & Sisters” with real-life spouse Dave Annable.

Now in the process of adopting his last name professionally, she says her stint on the ABC drama was harder than it may have looked.

Sally Field plays Nora Walker, a well-to-do Los Angeles matriarch, each of whose five grown-up children embodies a different genus of middle-class angst.

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