“I was just shooting a movie in Serbia and so many young kids came out and waited outside my hotel to talk to me about [Mr. Robot]. They had nothing but good things to say about the show and how the characters have affected them. I’ve never had that experience before,” Rami, 35, recently expressed (via Variety). “I’m very proud of what Sam [Esmail] has created and that the show is bringing attention to people suffering with mental illness. To help people around the world is very satisfying.”
“It’s certainly one of the best jobs I’ve had,” Christian, 47, added. “I’ve learned to appreciate every moment and be grateful for it. Being a part of this show and having other experiences that didn’t necessarily go in the direction that I would have liked to have gone in has certainly made this a much deeper and gratifying experience.”
Pictured: Christian rocking a turtleneck sweater while attending his GQ & AG Dinner with co-stars Rami and Carly Chaiken, as well as Craig Robinson and Jesse Tyler Ferguson at the Petit Ermitage Hotel on Tuesday (December 6) in West Hollywood.