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    From the 'Heart'

    Hyphenate John Lithgow takes his one-man show "Stories by Heart," on the road.

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    Getting 'Low'

    With a Southern drawl, impeccable manners, and a knack for getting each role just right, Lucas Black is both charming and talented. He is a living, breathing specimen of Southern gentleman.

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    Totally 'Normal'

    Performing opposite each other is nothing new for real-life married couple Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley.

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    Jonathan Pryce Revisits 'The Caretaker' and Plays Doctor in 'Hysteria'

    Acclaimed actor Jonathan Pryce now on stage in Harold Pinter's classic and on movie screens in period comedy.

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    Jim Caruso on Cabaret and Liza Minnelli

    Life is a cabaret for Jim Caruso, whether hosting “Cast Party” at Birdland or performing alongside the iconic Liza Minnelli.

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    A 'Basterd' Unlike Any Other

    As a German-born actor raised in Ireland, Michael Fassbender originally had dreams of becoming a lead guitarist in a heavy metal band. However, he quickly realized it wasn't the right path for him.

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    Setting Sail

    Philip Seymour Hoffman has learned from some of the best, so it's no surprise that with his film directorial debut, "Jack Goes Boating," he proves himself a natural behind the camera as well.

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    Sister Susan

    Perhaps it's ironic that Susan Sarandon is gracing the cover of our bi-annual Spotlight on Acting Schools and Coaches. After all, she has her doubts about the benefits of training for some actors. Though she majored in theatre (with a minor in philosophy and military strategy) at Catholic University ...

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    Standout Support

    Why isn't Don Cheadle a leading man? He's got the good looks, screen presence, and talent, certainly. It may be a color thing, in part—Hollywood seems to have an unwritten quota of African-American leading actors. But it may also be that Cheadle has proven himself such a ...

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    Heart to Heart

    Robert Duvall first met Jeff Bridges in the late 1960s, when the latter was only 18. "He was just a kid with a guitar," Duvall recalls.