Alan Cumming says his new TV show 'Urban Secrets' made him feel "c**k-teasy".
'The Good Wife' actor loved filming his new Sky Atlantic documentary, which sees him travelling around the UK to find the most interesting secret locations, but admits he felt like he was leading the British public on.
Asked whether the experience of having access to secret locations was humbling, Alan told DigitalSpy: "I wasn't humble at all, I was completely arrogant about this! I did feel a bit 'c**k-teasy'. I'm like, 'Hey, isn't this amazing, you'll never be able to come here'. At least you get to see it vicariously."
The 47-year-old star was shown around major UK cities and given access to places which are normally off limits to the public.
He explained: "We go to places like the Pavilion in Brighton and we got to go into the attic, which the public doesn't normally get to see. And someone takes me round to see all this hidden street art. It's all stuff like that."
The 'X-Men' actor would like to film a second series abroad and has his eye on the US.
When discussing who his dream travel buddy would be, he said: "I fell in love with Sarah Millican in Newcastle. She is a dream companion. I've got a sort of crush on Meryl Streep. Got a crush on Will Smith."
'Urban Secrets' airs at 8pm on Thursday evenings on Sky Atlantic.