Love the show “K.C. Undercover.” It has a great cast you guys have a great chemistry. For those who don’t know about the show tell them about your role and the show.
Kadeem: The show is called “K.C. Undercover.” It is about a family of five. Our daughter is a 16 year old girl, who is a black belt and math whiz. All her life we have groomed her for something that she doesn’t know about. In the pilot episode she finds out that we are accountants by day and spies by night. We recruit her into our family business.
From there it takes on a life of its own of her trying to be a high school kid and being a government spy. We try to manage our family and be spies and go on missions. We are saving the world week after week. It is a lot of fun. I play Craig Cooper, her dad. I am the father of the family, who is basically a big kid. He hasn’t grown up entirely yet. He likes to have a lot of fun.
To make sure you guys look like a family on screen what did you and the rest of the cast do to build up that relationship?
KH: Building up the relationship and chemistry was really easy. The three of us, Tammy Townsend, who plays Kira my wife; Kamil McFadden, who plays Ernie, my son and I all auditioned together. So that chemistry was kind of formed sitting outside running lines getting ready for the test. Chemistry is a funny thing to me. It is when you are good and I am good then we got chemistry. You know how to do your job. I know how to do my job. Bam, we got chemistry.
Once the three of us went in and met with Zendaya it all felt really good instantly. We were the first group that they took in. Myself, Tammy, and Kamil went in and met Zendaya. We read the lines over a few times. I felt like they are going to blow this if they don’t cast us. I never feel like that. I sometimes come out of auditions and be like oh that was crap. For this one though I came out and felt like that it was a family. Tammy felt like a wife. Kamil felt like a son. Zendaya felt like a daughter. It kind of worked itself out that way.