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    King of the Castle

    Nathan Fillion has a reputation. Think "Firefly" leader Malcolm Reynolds, "Dr. Horrible" hero Captain Hammer, or as self-assured mystery writer Richard Castle on ABC's hit "Castle."

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    Being 'Good'

    As Tate Donovan tells it, he's had a relatively smooth-sailing career in 20-plus years, never having had to take a day job.

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    School Days

    "I really like bold films. For me it's like, when you watch a movie, I want to see it, I want to feel it," says director Will Canon, whose first feature, "Brotherhood," is definitely bold.

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    The Warrior

    Lucy Lawless doesn't mind being typecast. The 'Xena' star steps back into the sandals for 'Spartacus.'

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    A New Turf

    Matt Lauria trades the fields of 'Friday Night Lights' for wearing a badge on 'The Chicago Code.' Though his career is only beginning, he has already accomplished quite a bit.

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    All in the Timing

    Ed Helms has built a comedy career out of taking chances at the right times. In the sweetly offbeat 'Cedar Rapids,' Helms takes on his first starring role in a film.

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    Where There's a Will

    Tom Sturridge may fit right in the midst of his generation of dark-haired, handsome British actors, but he refuses to consider his colleagues as competition.

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    Mike DeStefano Laughs at 'Drugs, Disease and Death'

    Substance abuse and AIDs are hilarious, right? Well, no, not usually. But for the past decade, stand-up comedian Mike DeStefano has crafted a career telling jokes about these hardships.

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    Making the Band... With Matthew Modine

    Matthew Modine told Back Stage all about about his film "The Rocking Horsemen" and his grass-roots casting process, and he even invited Blog Stage to come check out his open-call auditions in New York City.

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    Breaking In and Breaking Out

    Tracee Chimo, Catherine Dent, and John Earl Jelks talk with Back Stage about their roles in Neil LaBute's "Break of Noon."