'Yellowstone' Actor Neal McDonough speaks on his friendship with Kevin Costner and his commitment to his faith: "God First, "
In addition to Megan Hilty from "Smash," the former "Desperate Housewives"
star also serves as the narration for "O Holy Night: Christmas with The Tabernacle Choir."
One thing Neal McDonough did not abandon as he made his way through Hollywood was his belief in God.
The former "Desperate Housewives" actor alleged in 2010.
That he was sacked from the ABC series "Scoundrels" three days into filming because he objected to on-screen sex scenes.
The 56-year-old claimed he was blacklisted from the industry despite the fact that the show only lasted one season.
McDonough battled, but he constantly believed that God had a better plan for him.
McDonough has consistently maintained his unwavering devotion to God over the years.
He is constantly excited to work on a project that honors family values.
Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker are reuniting.