Kieran Culkin’s Best Acting Trick Really Ticks Off His Co-Star Brian Cox

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert published this video item, entitled “Kieran Culkin’s Best Acting Trick Really Ticks Off His Co-Star Brian Cox” – below is their description.

A working actor since age 6, ‘Succession’ star Kieran Culkin has a knack for learning his lines quickly, which can really get under Brian Cox’s skin. Look for Kieran at this year’s Emmy Awards where he and his co-stars are nominated for a record 14 acting awards! #Colbert #Succession #KieranCulkin

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