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    Rules of Longevity

    Jeff Daniels says family has always been his top priority. Indeed, when other up-and-coming actors might have relocated to Los Angeles, he and his wife, Kathleen, moved home to Southeastern Michigan to raise their three children.

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    She's on Fire   

    The absence of artifice also informs Charlyne Yi's bracingly unaffected stage presence—but the resulting comedy is about as far from mainstream as you can get.

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    'Mad' About Them

    Jon Hamm and John Slattery were journeyman actors, having trod the boards and made countless guest appearances on TV series.  Then a basic-cable show called "Mad Men" changed their careers and lives.

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    VIDEO: Danai Gurira of 'Eclipsed'

    Playwright and actress Danai Gurira talks to Backstage.com about her new play, "Eclipsed," opening at the Kirk Douglas Theater.

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    Strong in Weakness

    David Strathairn can play many levels—including seamy ones—without showy strain.

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    Fred Savage Clear-Eyed Optimist

    He stutters; his voice cracks a little. He says things like "neat" and "super." He seems so perfectly healthy and well-adjusted that he makes you feel a little warped beside him. You might have to remind yourself a few times that you are not talking to Kevin Arnold.

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    Anything For 'Love'

    After more than 30 years in the business, Jim Carrey isn't done surprising people. His career highs continue with 'I Love You Phillip Morris.'

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    Sundance 2012: Gina Rodriguez in 'Filly Brown'

    Gina Rodriguez got her hands on the script for "Filly Brown," it felt serendipitous. The character on the page was a tough, sexy young Latina with a big narrative arc—and she was, like Rodriguez, a spoken-word artist.

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    Mind Frames

    Unassuming yet instantly glamorous, Robin Tunney moves seamlessly between film and TV, studio and independent, lead and supporting.

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    Laying Down the 'Law'

    Though 15 years have passed since "L.A. Law" (1986–94) went off the air, Corbin Bernsen says he continues to be typecast as the vacant, philandering Arnie Becker.