The actress praised her longtime boyfriend, telling Us, “He’s really genuinely funny, one of the funniest people I know, and he makes really incredible sound effects.”While that sense of humor makes it difficult to keep a straight face on set, the Felicity alum points out, “It’s good, because we’re always doing really serious things, so it’s kind of nice, in a way.”Though Russell and Rhys’ critically beloved show did not take home an Emmy this past year, the actress doesn't sweat it.“Just being [there] and celebrating, that was really great,” she said.‘s Contenders Conversations series, “The Americans” stars Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell talk about the drama’s longevity and what it’s like to don all those disguises. Life is filled with all kinds of tough decisions — just ask Matthew Rhys.As an actor of the highest order, Rhys played at being viley offended by these tales. But just last week the pair were spotted on a date at New York’s The Public Theatre where they sat whispering intimately to one another while Russell playfully stroked Rhy’s hair. As the former editor of a celebrity weekly magazine I can attest to the fact that celebrity publicists make you feel downright terrible when you are asking about their client’s personal lives. Let’s take a stroll back through the celebrities who have fibbed to us all about the state of their relationships.
Of course I remember that.'" RELATED: Nicole Kidman on her happy life with Keith Urban: 'We're more in love than ever'The couple reminisced about Matthew's drunken voicemail to Andy Cohen Keri quickly remembered the drunk voicemail the now 43-year-old left calling him, “that buffoon that wouldn't stop calling." As the two sipped their beer and chatted with host Andy Cohen, talk then turned to their son.
“So he’s like, ‘I just like let someone else do it,'” the actress said.
In the episode, Rhys played Chuck Palmer, an acclaimed writer whose been accused of sexual misconduct and decides that the best way to seduce Lena Dunham’s character, Hannah, is to expose himself to her.
The Welsh actor admitted the entire exchange took place in a parking lot, which he jokingly described as "very romantic.""She asked me to open a beer after a kickball party," he added.
Ten years later, they re-met on set of their critically acclaimed FX show."We did all the readings together and all the things, and after a heavy dose of fight training, all sweaty, at lunch, you said, 'Oh, you know we've met before,'" the 41-year-old actress recalled.