We had lots of discussions about that.” The actress adds that during their seven-season run, she attempted to set Graham up with Krause, whom she had reconnected with when they played siblings on drama in 2009.Bishop says, “She doesn’t remember this, but a long time ago, we were talking about the latest unworthy person.
“I feel like I’ve fallen into an endless pit,” Krause said.
star Lauren Graham‘s TV mum Kelly Bishop tried to set her up with her current actor boyfriend Peter Krause years before they started dating.
Graham played stage and screen star Bishop’s contentious daughter on the cult programme in the early 2000s, but offscreen, Bishop tells that she often gave friendly advice to the younger actress, especially when it came to dating.
Bishop says, “I was always giving Lauren advice on her love life – from experience to advice to opinion.
We worked together years ago and there was some attraction, but he’s married.’ I went, ‘Oh, OK, that’s it!
’…” “All these years go by and I send her a birthday email – ‘Happy birthday.
Love, TV Mom’ – and she writes back (in March) and says, ‘I didn’t tell you this, but I’ve been seeing Peter Krause since December.
Peter Krause expected to discuss Thursday’s season premier of “Parenthood” when he showed up to TODAY, but Kathie Lee and Hoda had their minds set on something else.
Like the twisted junction between his personal and professional lives.
“It’s interesting to see that you’re real-life girlfriend plays your sister,” Hoda noted, referring to actress Lauren Graham. “Wowza, Krause-a.” Krause, who has been dating Graham for about four years, said there's never any confusion off set. We don’t call each other by our character’s names at home or anything,” he said. " But then Krause gave the ladies what they wanted, slipping into his "boyfriend" role.
“’I hope mom and dad don’t come in,’” he said mockingly, joking about how he tries "to keep things spicy at home." “'Make sure the door is locked, sis,’” he continued, before shaking his head at the ladies, who couldn’t stop laughing at the scenario he implanted in their minds.