Did you know that your version of Internet Explorer is out of date?
To get the best possible experience using our website we recommend downloading one of the browsers below.

Internet Explorer 10, Firefox, Chrome, or Safari.

Michael Clarke Duncan Talks Eco-Living on Set of 'The Finder'

Like us on Facebook:
The current article you are reading does not reflect the views of the current editors and contributors of the new Ecorazzi

Michael Clarke Duncan is stepping back into the limelight with his new series “The Finder” on Fox all while maintaining an eco-friendly lifestyle.

His new series emulates the networks green qualities, by keeping an eco-friendly set. One example is no plastic water bottles are available.

The whole green routine isn’t new for the 54-year-old actor, who eats an organic, vegetarian diet with meat substitutes like imitation bacon and sausage from Morningstar Farms.

It doesn’t look like “The Green Mile” actor would choose such eating habits, with his large stature and bulging muscles, but that just goes to prove eating healthy doesn’t make you weak, only stronger. Duncan even credits his diet for his figure.

However, one downside in the actor’s sustainability is he drives a Hummer. He is well aware of its toxicity to the planet and explained, “I didn’t buy it. It was free.”

Duncan’s new show is a spinoff of Fox’s other big hit “Bones,” both created by Hart Hanson. The drama follows Walter Sherman, played by Geoff Stults, an Iraq War veteran turned finder, who has suffered head trauma in the line of duty. Duncan plays Leo Knox, bar owner/attorney/friend to Sherman.

“I was looking for a TV show because I’d never done one before,” Duncan said. He and Stults get along great and have the best time on set. “We hardly get any work done.”

The new drama premiered yesterday and will start airing after the “American Idol” results show next week, so there’s still time to watch the pilot.

Perhaps with his vegetarian ways, Duncan will dine with vegan “Bones” actress Emily Deschanel during cross over episodes…

Like us on Facebook:

Chef thinks breeding & killing endangered animals is the only way to save them

Pretending it’s better to live and be killed than it is to not live at all is just a selfish, ignorant excuse to continue using animals.


Protesters more upset about chicken cannibalism than people eating chickens

Anything less than advocating an end to all animal use sells these chickens and other animals out.


Celebrity nutrition is the new disaster tourism

Celebrities have become the new nutritional experts in our post-truth world.