The two are currently starring in the Broadway revival of Take Me Out which nabbed multiple Tony Award nominations. The production is up for Best Revival of a Play, as well as Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Play for Ferguson, Williams, and Michael Oberholtzer.
Ferguson and Williams tested their real-life relationship by answering a list of questions from the talkshow host. They both agreed that sports mascots are "freaky," they don't mind taking photos with fans at the stage door, and they don't want to be told if someone famous is in the audience until after the show. Watch the full video above.
They went on to chat about Ferguson's documentary which will premiere at Tribeca Film Festival, Williams' Grey's Anatomy costars seeing him naked in the production, and more.
Second Stage's Broadway revival of Richard Greenberg's Take Me Out plays at the Hayes Theatre through June 11. The work will be adapted into a TV mini-series expected to premiere later this year with much of the same cast and creatives as the current production.
Directed by Scott Ellis, the revival features scenic design by David Rockwell, costume design by Linda Cho, lighting design by Kenneth Posner, sound design by Bray Poor, and casting by Jim Carnahan. Fight direction is by Sordelet Inc., with Barclay Stiff serving as production stage manager and Kelly Levy as stage manager.