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    Days of Her 'Week'

    On the big screen, Rosemarie DeWitt garnered critical praise for portraying the title role, a beleaguered daughter, in "Rachel Getting Married."

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    He, Claudius

    For any actor overlooked and underappreciated in his or her early days, take heart. Patrick Stewart has tales for you.

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    Shira Lazar: A Back Stage Exclusive

    "I love people, and the Internet happens to have the most people," says Shira Lazar. A web early adopter, she brings old-school journalistic chops to covering the world of new media.

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    Ed Asner: From Lou Grant to 'FDR'

    "If he was not the greatest president, he was certainly the second greatest," says Ed Asner. "I am distressed by the savagery of the attacks upon him. He's not been honored sufficiently."

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    LaBute Lightens Up

    Playwright-filmmaker Neil LaBute's latest directorial effort, "Death at a Funeral," takes an absurd situation—a wake gone wrong—and plays the farcical bits for all they're worth.

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    Not His 'Final Destination'

    Hiroyuki ("Hiro") Sanada has a broad range of credits under his belt but continues to be most identified with martial arts and action-adventure flicks such as "The Last Samurai" and "Rush Hour 3."

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    Third-Story Guy

    It's no stretch to say that actor John Morris has been involved in the fanciful world of "Toy Story" his entire life. Morris first voiced Pixar kid Andy, owner of Woody and Buzz Lightyear, at age 7, then reprised the role at 14.

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    Building 'Bridges'

    Perhaps best known for playing the sympathetic kid sister May Belle in "Bridge to Terabithia," 10-year-old Bailee Madison has already rolled up an impressive list of credits.

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    Making the Hit

    Though it's a cliché to talk about child actors as wise beyond their years, its pretty much a given in the case of Chloë Grace Moretz, who is quickly making a name as the go-to young performer for heady material.

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    Those Who Can

    Back Stage spoke with five actors who have incorporated teaching or coaching into their working lives.