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    A Beautiful Mind

    Actor Jesse Eisenberg possesses such a brilliant mind and nervous energy that he seems incapable of portraying anyone unintelligent.

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    The Romeo of 'Juliet'

    Christopher Egan began acting at a young age in his native Australia; he and his three brothers appeared in several commercials. "I was the only one who was really passionate about it," he notes.

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    Ariana Grande: A Back Stage Exclusive

    A double threat as actress and singer, Ariana Grande can currently be seen playing Cat Valentine in the new Nickelodeon show "Victorious," about a fictional performing arts school.

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    From 'Deep Space' to 'Cairo'

    As an actor of Arab descent, Alexander Siddig has strong feelings about what roles he'll tackle and conversely pass on.

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    Two 'Brothers' from County Cork

    Paul Courtney got his first movie role by ditching class. Figuring that an acting career had to be better than what he was currently enduring, he signed up.

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    Pregnant Pause

    It seems fitting that writer-director Rodrigo García's latest feminine-charged drama, "Mother and Child" (opening May 7), would not have been conceived had a pregnancy not delayed the production years ago.

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    Angela Sun: A Back Stage Exclusive

    "I come from a pretty traditional Chinese family, yet I'm this oddball out because I'll just hop on a plane and go somewhere and swim with the sharks," says Angela Sun.

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    Building 'Fences' 

    "I love theater," says Denzel Washington. "It's where I started, and this is a great play." He's speaking of August Wilson's "Fences," which recently opened to rave reviews on Broadway.

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    Grace Gummer and the Family Business

    Yes, Grace Gummer looks a hell of a lot like her mother. That might not be such a big deal if she were an astrophysicist or a pediatrician.

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    Playing in 'Cleveland'

    The animated character of "Family Guy" and now star of his own program, "The Cleveland Show," shares much in common with Mike Henry, the man who created and voices him.