Here’s what Gabriel had to say: Q: How’s it been for you now that you have season one under your belt?
Gabriel Macht supporters can rest easy, because the actor is as humble, polite, and likable as one could hope for.
In a Q&A session that Blast was a part of, Gabriel was pleasant, entertaining, and eager to discuss “Suits.” Though he never explicitly said so, it was obvious that he was very thankful for the opportunity to play Harvey Specter and that he genuinely appreciated and enjoyed speaking with the press about the show and what to expect in season two.
"I think that they're confused."His feelings for Donna were apparently strong enough to bring Harvey to his knees - the once unflappable lawyer suffered from panic attacks in "It shows again that it's something that he hasn't dealt with and maybe doesn't have the tools to deal with," Rafferty said.
"I think that Donna recognises that, and understands that maybe it will never be.stays exciting because it's not afraid to "push the envelope", Rafferty continued.
This season, Mike (Patrick J Adams) finally faces the consequences of practising law without a degree - a plot point that's been ongoing since the pilot.quite yet though - now returning to round off its fifth season, Rafferty expects the show to run for two or three more years."I really enjoy playing Donna and when the day comes, when the show's done - after seven or eight seasons, I would guess - I will actually miss her...
All those of you who’ve never watched the cult TV show Suits, here’s what you’ve been missing: smooth-taking lawyers; high-stakes gambits; ingenious shortcuts to success; and the addictive thrill of watching smart people outsmart each other every minute. Ace closer Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht), his secretary Donna (Sarah Rafferty) and his smarmy nemesis Loius Litt (Rick Hoffman) are key players in an NYC law firm headed by Jessica Pearson (Gina Torres). Specter’s genius associate Mike Ross (Patrick J Adams) hasn’t been to any law school! Louis Litt is allergic to cats Rick Hoffman who plays the cat-loving Louis, is actually "deathly allergic" to cats, keeps an inhaler on set and gets vacuumed up after every cat scene so he isn’t affected by cat hairs or dander.fans, brace yourself - there might not be a happily ever after in store for Harvey (Gabriel Macht) and Donna (Sarah Rafferty).Rafferty told Digital Spy that she can't imagine the dynamic pair ever sustaining a romantic relationship."I think it's the tension that's the most dynamic thing," she said.Now that “Monk” is off the air and “Burn Notice” is entering it’s sixth season, USA has found a new actor to make into a star with the hit show, “Suits.” Like Shalloub and Donovan before him, Gabriel Macht already had the skills of a great actor before “Suits” came along—he just lacked the notoriety of one.If somebody did recognize Macht, it was either for his leading role in “The Spirit” or as “that guy” in a handful of other films like “Love and Other Drugs” and “Behind Enemy Lines.” But more often then not, he flew under the radar by sticking to supporting roles in films and occasionally in television.Gabriel Macht (born January 22, 1972) is an American actor.