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    Anthony LaPaglia: Fortysomething

    Does an actor need a career strategy to have a career? Anthony LaPaglia is living proof that showing up and doing good, often great work in whatever medium will have him—film, television, stage—is enough to build a fine living as a working actor, and, not coincidentally, a reputation ...

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    Prize Pupil

    Carey Mulligan honed her patience waiting for "An Education" to get green-lighted. She read for it "about three or four times," she says, one of which was opposite fellow star Peter Sarsgaard.

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    Dark Man Lightens Up

    Dark and twisted may best describe the films of Sam Raimi—in terms of settings, as well as plots. From the bizarre and bloody camp of his Evil Dead trilogy to the backwoods thrillers A Simple Plan and the soon-to-be-released The Gift, Raimi's reputation has been built in the ...

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    Retro Casting

    Wes Anderson did it with Bill Murray; Spike Jonze did it with John Malkovich; and John Waters did it with Kathleen Turner and Melanie Griffith. But the true comeback masters, Quentin Tarantino and Paul Thomas Anderson, have a knack for taking fading stars who were collecting showbiz cobwebs and paying ...

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    Billy Stritch Connects Industries Through Networking

    Stritch discussed his transition from music to theater at the Actor’s Fund Benefit on Thursday.

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    'Warrior' Fights Back

    On Nov. 6, cast members from the fight film "Warrior" spoke at a Q&A following a screening of the film at the SAG Foundation.

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    You Gotta Have 'Heart'

    Cox is perhaps best known for his recent spate of movie and TV roles in such projects as "Deadwood," the second "X-Men" movie, and "Adaptation," but he has dozens of other stage and screen credits.

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    Caroline Aaron: Back to the Source

    Not that long ago, had you told Caroline Aaron she would trade her cramped but beloved New York digs for a home in Los Angeles, she'd have called you crazy. But that's exactly what happened to the veteran stage and screen actor when she came to L.A ...

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    Squeeze Play

    Debra Christofferson has a problem: She sees famous people. Except when she has a celebrity sighting, it most often comes near the audition room.

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    In the Moment

    From the beginning, Viggo Mortensen was the only choice of director John Hillcoat ("The Proposition") to play the role  in "The Road."