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    Range Rover

    Perhaps best known as the wisecracking sidekick in the "National Treasure" movies, Justin Bartha is currently making his Broadway debut in an acclaimed production of "Lend Me a Tenor" under the direction of Stanley Tucci.

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    Bridgit Mendler: A Back Stage Exclusive

    After getting her start on "General Hospital" at age 13, Bridgit Mendler soon landed the dreamy role as the love interest of—hold your breath—Nick Jonas, on the Disney Channel's "Jonas."

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    Sister Act

    The first time Nora Ephron and her sister Delia Ephron collaborated on a project, it was the 1993 film "This Is My Life," which Delia wrote and Nora directed.

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    Bar None

    Khandi Alexander is a chameleon. She invests each role with such presence, such verve and realism, that we easily believe her as anything from a downtrodden drug addict to an overly maternal coroner.

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    In the Driver's Seat

    Though David Cale has appeared on Broadway ("The Threepenny Opera") and in films ("Pollock") he is perhaps best known for sharing the stage with himself.

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    'Lost' No More

    Somewhere, in a parallel universe, Matthew Fox is working on Wall Street. That was his original plan when he attended Columbia University, where he earned a degree in economics.

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    Please the Court

    Though John Larroquette is best remembered as boorish attorney Dan Fielding on the NBC comedy "Night Court," the actor has carved out a memorable career playing comedy and drama.

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    Across 'The Pacific'

    It's quite a feat to stand out in an immense cast of talented young men in HBO's "The Pacific," but newcomer Rami Malek did just that as real-life Louisiana Pfc. Merriell "Snafu" Shelton.

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    Proving a 'Theory'

    Simon Helberg is using his time off from the CBS series "The Big Bang Theory" as an opportunity to cram in as much stage work as humanly possible.

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    Fit for Duty

    Is a surgeon who has spent thousands of hours studying his craft likely to operate with a dull scalpel? As an actor, your body is your tool.