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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."

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    Raising His Standards

    Starring in an Off-Broadway play and on a TV series, Pablo Schreiber finds challenging roles and compelling stories.

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    Sundance '11: Jacob Wysocki

    Jacob Wysocki just made his first feature film—and he just got his first Sundance swag. Such are the trials of a break-out actor at Sundance.

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    Sundance '11: Brit Marling

    Brit Marling is being billed as "the first female multi-hyphenate to have two films premiere side by side" at Sundance. Awkward a noun as "multi-hyphenate" is, it does the job.

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    Embracing Being Shameless

    Emmy Rossum doesn't think she was a logical choice for Showtime's new dark drama series "Shameless."

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    Sundance '11: Paul Batiste

    Paul Batiste was cast as the lead in "Lord Byron," a micro-budget epic about a quiet man whose love of women leads him to the open road and a bizarre encounter in the bayou.

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    Sundance '11: Hamish Linklater

    Hamish Linklater describes the road that led to him being cast in "The Future" as "long, arduous, painful, and ultimately rewarding."