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    The Professional Bathroom Singer

    Donna Lynne Champlin set out to prove that it she could accomplish a professional-sounding labor of love one a budget of $1000.

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    Laying Down the 'Law'

    Though 15 years have passed since "L.A. Law" (1986–94) went off the air, Corbin Bernsen says he continues to be typecast as the vacant, philandering Arnie Becker.

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    Getting 'Better'

    As the title character in "Better Off Ted," an off-the-beaten-path office comedy in its second season on ABC, Jay Harrington feels an added level of pressure.

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    The Conquerer

    Morgan Freeman was born to play Nelson Mandela. Or maybe Nelson Mandela was destined to be played by Morgan Freeman.

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    A Thing of Beauty

    A favorite buzzword of actors is "simplicity." But to see its paragon, observe Ben Whishaw in his current project, Jane Campion's "Bright Star."

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    To the 'Moon'

    In the science fiction drama "Moon," Sam Rockwell spends most of his time acting opposite himself, playing two clones of a man working in a lunar laboratory.

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    'Star' Quality

    A friend of Paul Schneider's recently referred to him as "the reluctant actor," a label Schneider disputes. "I'm not reluctant," he explains, choosing his words carefully.

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    Seriously, Now

    Michael Stuhlbarg, of "A Serious Man," had worked on stage with Frances McDormand, Joel's wife, and had met both Coens socially. But he admits to being intimidated at his first audition

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    Beginner's Luck

    Although Sharlto Copley has always been known among friends and colleagues for his virtuosic ability to make up characters on the spot, he never seriously considered acting as a legit career.

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    'Lovely' and Amazing

    Earlier this year, two-time Golden Globe and Emmy winner Stanley Tucci made audiences sigh and wonder where they could find a doting, supportive husband like Julia Child's mate Paul.