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    The Good Guy

    Jason Ritter got his first taste of acting when he was a toddler with a predilection for set-crashing. Over the years, he has built a solid career crafting a résumé that marries beloved indies with mainstream fare.

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    Hot Nights With Swamp Rats and Demons

    Patrick Fabian of "The Last Exorcism" discusses real exorcisms, wrestling Ashley Bell, and things that go bump in the New Orleans night.

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    'Last' Dance

    Ballerina-turned-actor Amanda Schull stars in "Mao's Last Dancer," a new movie based on dancer Li Cunxin's bestselling autobiography.

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    'Enemy' of the People

    Playing a rageful character living an aimless existence (the drama "La haine") or playing a literally lifelong criminal (the action film "Dobermann"), Vincent Cassel excelled at the quintessential angry young man.

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    Creature Featurer

    A Neil Marshall film generally means a bloody good time. Marshall recently chatted with Back Stage about his previous movies, getting respect for the horror genre, and casting calls.

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    The Black and White of 'Dark Blue'

    Dylan McDermott and Tricia Helfer on the lifetime of experience and hard work behind their latest characters

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    Jon Glaser, Unmasked, on Season Two of 'Delocated'

    Comedian Jon Glaser has spent most of this summer running around the streets of the city in a thick wool ski mask. No, he's not robbing banks or sneaking onto fire escapes.

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    VIDEO: Lea Michele from 'Glee'

    "Glee" star and Emmy nominee Lea Michele tells Back Stage in an exclusive interview that she doesn't want to choose between being a singer and being an actor.

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    One-Stop Workshop

    When "Other Desert Cities" opens in December at Lincoln Center's Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater in New York, it will signal the return of Jon Robin Baitz.

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    Taking Over the 'World'

    Attention, "30 Rock" producers: Should you need a thoroughly deadpan sidekick for perky page Kenneth, look no further than Aubrey Plaza.