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    'Acting-Shmacting'

    Rubinek is refreshingly straightforward. Though he is delighted to be playing Dr. Arthur "Artie" Nelson, the mysterious yet methodical Secret Service agent on Syfy's "Warehouse 13," he says much of the acting is "shmacting.

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    Tackling Stereotypes 

    Angela Rawna is selective about the characters she plays. So it's no surprise she had reservations about auditioning for Regina Howard, a drug-addicted African-American mom, on NBC's cult hit "Friday Night Lights."

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    It's a Dark, Dark, Dark, Dark World

    "The Girl Who Played With Fire" director Daniel Alfredson talks about taking over the series' reins and working with lead actors Noomi Rapace and Michael Nyqvist

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    'Pearls on the Ocean Floor' to Screen

    Filmmaker Robert Adanto talks about the Iranian artists he profiled for the film, "Pearls on the Ocean Floor: A Documentary on Iranian Female Artists."

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    For Michelle Glick, Fear is Inspiration

    When Michelle Glick saw her first solo show, her response was, "That is so scary, why would anybody do that?" But it was the fear, the craziness of baring one's world, that drew her into the idea.

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    Above Average Joe

    Because Joseph Gordon-Levitt was only 14 when he first sprang to prominence as the alien trapped in a teenager's body on the NBC comedy "3rd Rock From the Sun," it's easy for audiences to feel familiar with him.

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    Straight to Network

    In addition to his skills building relationships onstage, Wilson Milam, director of Martin McDonagh's "The Lieutenant of Inishmore," seems to particularly enjoy reconnecting with artists and meeting new ones.

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    Committed

    Having honed his dramatic chops on "The West Wing," Dulé Hill grounds his "Psych" performance amid off-the-wall situations that also reveal him as a gifted physical comedian.

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    Stacey Oristano: A Back Stage Exclusive

    The daughter of a stage actor, Stacey Oristano of "Friday Night Lights" remains devoted to theater work and confesses that she still sings along to "Les Miserables" in her car at full volume.

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    Erica Cerra: A Back Stage Exclusive

    "I've always been a person who thinks it's really important to better themselves," says Erica Cerra, not that she needed much improvement.