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    The 'Good' Life

    As the young, ambitious lawyer Cary Agos on "The Good Wife," Matt Czuchry is finding out, along with viewers, that there's more to his character than meets the eye.

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    The Wright Stuff

    From Broadway to film, Jeffrey Wright has the brains and talent for the best of roles.

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    Going for 'Glory'

    The name Kelly Blatz might not ring a bell, but the actor who starred in the TV series "Aaron Stone" and the thriller "Prom Night" is moving on up with TBS's new series "Glory Daze."

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    The Patient Is In

    Irrfan Khan, currently playing grieving widower Sunil on HBO's "In Treatment," is an international man of cinema.

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    'Long' Path to Broadway

    Standup comic Colin Quinn says he fancies himself an actor—if for no other reason than he's currently on Broadway, doing a solo show, "Long Story Short," at the Helen Hayes Theatre.

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    The Graduate

    Sometimes, Hollywood feels like high school: impenetrable cliques, appearance angst, and of course the sobering sting of rejection. Julia Stiles, who first garnered notice in high school–set flicks, knows this all too well.

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    Hammer Time

    For a young actor, could there be anything better than getting a role in a David Fincher movie written by Aaron Sorkin? If you're Armie Hammer, there is: getting two roles.

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    Living a Role

    Kimberly Elise had five gray hairs when she started working on Tyler Perry's film "For Colored Girls." By the time it wrapped, she had 50.

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    Good Ill Hunting

    Actor-writer-producer Darlene Hunt is just as quirky as some of the characters she creates for "The Big C," Showtime's unlikely new dramedy about cancer, starring Laura Linney.

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    Runaway Talent

    With an edgy new role and a sharp career outlook, Kristen Stewart is ready to leave 'Twilight' behind.