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While cop shows seem to have passed their prime, one of the stars of ABC's new Rookie Blue claims it will earn its place in the hearts of Americans.Gregory Smith, former child and teen actor, best known for WB's Everwood, says, "It's hard to reinvent the wheel with a cop show.Since Everwood began, I've got a lot more to do but, other than that, I haven't changed.
Related Gregory Smith Sparks Engagement Rumor The couple is said to have exchanged vows in an intimate morning ceremony at a secret location, before few close friends and family members.Twitter Reactions To Rumored Wedding“They certainly looked like a happy couple” a close friend Tweeted on Monday (July 3). But was he referring to the supposed wedding, some fans wondered. But Rookie Blue has a pure emotional center that's not cynical. It's a show with heart." Smith plays a "young Jewish hipster cop" named Dov Epstein which, he says, is a good sign since his character in the hit show Everwood was named Ephram. When the show debuts on ABC Thursday night, legions of Gregory Smith fans will heave a sigh of relief, new Gregory Smith fans may be born and, if he is to be believed, cop shows will be back in vogue.It's funny to hear an actor as young as Smith throw away the line, "I've been working for over 20 years." He began his career at the age of 14 months, appearing in a Tide commercial.