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    Remember Their Names

    Kevin Tancharoen wasn't alive when "Fame" came out. But the 25-year-old already had an extensive background in dance, music, and videos when he was approached to direct.

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    VIDEO: Kevin Zegers of '50 Dead Men Walking'

    Actor Kevin Zegers sat down with Back Stage's Jenelle Riley to discuss his new film, "50 Dead Men Walking" with Sir Ben Kingsley.

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    Amber Stevens: A Back Stage Exclusive

    "I wanted to make everyone more involved in school and create memories for everyone," says former student council president and graduate of the Beverly Hills High School, Amber Stevens.

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    The American Nightmare

    At the center "August: Osage County" is the battle between pill-popping matriarch Violet and her eldest daughter, Barbara, played on tour by Estelle Parsons and Shannon Cochran.

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    Vanessa Simmons: A Back Stage Exclusive

    It may be tricky to rock a rhyme, but how about starring in two reality series and starting your own business before you're thirty? Vanessa Simmons has accomplished just that.

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    Away She Goes

    Melanie Lynskey has been hitting all the right notes for years, turning in honest performances in a wide variety of genres.

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    Growth Spurts

    When Zuzanna Szadkowski first auditioned for "Gossip Girl," she never dreamed that one day she'd hear throngs of teenage fans screaming her name.

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    Play It Now, "Sam"

    Every now and then a true original comes along. This time it's in the form of Cory McAbee, whose second feature, "Stingray Sam," could be described as a musical Western set in space.

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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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    Finding 'Heaven'

    James Nesbitt says a major challenge in tackling Joe in "Five Minutes of Heaven" was that the character is based on a real person and the seminal event portrayed in the film happened.