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    Beauty Queen

    It's only fitting that Queen Latifah's namesake chess piece is the one that can move in any direction. There's hardly a title this Queen doesn't own.

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    Strong 'Intent'

    Saffron Burrows has recently come on board "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" to play Detective Serena Stevens, an educated, upscale, single parent whose street savvy complements her intellect.

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    'The Actress' in Real Life

    Ann Carr understands an actor's difficult life choices as well as anyone.  So she decided to broadcast her personal struggle in her comic web series, "The Actress."

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    Maiara Walsh: A Back Stage Exclusive

    "I love to be different," says Maiara Walsh, and she is in the best sense of the world. Maiara got her start a month after high school on the Disney Channel's "Cory In The House."

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    A Beautiful Mind

    Actor Jesse Eisenberg possesses such a brilliant mind and nervous energy that he seems incapable of portraying anyone unintelligent.

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    The Romeo of 'Juliet'

    Christopher Egan began acting at a young age in his native Australia; he and his three brothers appeared in several commercials. "I was the only one who was really passionate about it," he notes.

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    Ariana Grande: A Back Stage Exclusive

    A double threat as actress and singer, Ariana Grande can currently be seen playing Cat Valentine in the new Nickelodeon show "Victorious," about a fictional performing arts school.

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    From 'Deep Space' to 'Cairo'

    As an actor of Arab descent, Alexander Siddig has strong feelings about what roles he'll tackle and conversely pass on.

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    Two 'Brothers' from County Cork

    Paul Courtney got his first movie role by ditching class. Figuring that an acting career had to be better than what he was currently enduring, he signed up.

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    Pregnant Pause

    It seems fitting that writer-director Rodrigo García's latest feminine-charged drama, "Mother and Child" (opening May 7), would not have been conceived had a pregnancy not delayed the production years ago.