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    Strong in Weakness

    David Strathairn can play many levels—including seamy ones—without showy strain.

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    Mind Frames

    Unassuming yet instantly glamorous, Robin Tunney moves seamlessly between film and TV, studio and independent, lead and supporting.

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    Fred Savage Clear-Eyed Optimist

    He stutters; his voice cracks a little. He says things like "neat" and "super." He seems so perfectly healthy and well-adjusted that he makes you feel a little warped beside him. You might have to remind yourself a few times that you are not talking to Kevin Arnold.

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    Sundance 2012: Gina Rodriguez in 'Filly Brown'

    Gina Rodriguez got her hands on the script for "Filly Brown," it felt serendipitous. The character on the page was a tough, sexy young Latina with a big narrative arc—and she was, like Rodriguez, a spoken-word artist.

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    All in the Timing

    hen Glenne Headly steps out on to the stage of the Tiffany Theater for the Sept. 18 opening of Colleen Dodson-Baker's new comedy Detachments, it will be the first time she's been in front of a live audience in the United States in 10 years.

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    Anything For 'Love'

    After more than 30 years in the business, Jim Carrey isn't done surprising people. His career highs continue with 'I Love You Phillip Morris.'

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    Funny Girl

    Jordana Spiro, who plays the likable, looking-for-love P.J. Franklin on the TBS television series “My Boys,” never thought of herself as a comedic actor.

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    'Pearls on the Ocean Floor' to Screen

    Filmmaker Robert Adanto talks about the Iranian artists he profiled for the film, "Pearls on the Ocean Floor: A Documentary on Iranian Female Artists."

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    Mario Cantone on Reality TV and Staying in the Closet

    Back Stage caught up with Cantone before the show and chatted about hosting awards shows, Off-Broadway, and how to make it as an actor.

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    An English Poet, Daniel Craig

    British actor Daniel Craig admits he now has what he calls a "high-class problem": He has been shooting films back to back this year, without a break. It's a problem he's worked for years to have.