Jerry O'Connell apologizes to fellow ‘A Soldiers Play’ co-star David Alan Grier for his social media blunder after watching last night’s Tony Awards. "Last night I was watching The Tony’s...and David Alan Grier won for Best Featured Actor in a Play, a play I was in. And day one of 'A Soldiers Play,' we were doing our read through, I walked up to Mr. Grier and I went, you're going to win a Tony for this role.” O’Connell adds, “I was watching it and it was very emotional for me...[then] I got this text from him, he said, ‘Jerry, you told me the first day I would win a Tony for this and look at God.’ And here's where my apology tour begins...I took a screengrab of it and I posted it." Upon checking his phone later, he admits, "It had a hundred messages of people saying you posted David Alan Grier's phone number on your screen shot...I really made a boo boo. He did call me up late night and he was like, I can't be mad at you, like come on, you were excited. We were all excited." Akbar Gbajabiamila asks, "How many people called him?" O'Connell says, "He let me know just a few called him."