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Jeff Daniels talks about returning to Broadway and his series ‘American Rust’

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Actor Jeff Daniels visits TODAY to talk about reprising his Tony-nominated role in Broadway’s “To Kill a Mockingbird,” calling his character, Atticus Finch, “the role of a lifetime.” He also talks about the season finale of his Showtime series “American Rust,” in which he plays the police chief of a small town rocked by a murder, and shares Halloween pictures of his grandchildren.

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