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    Prime Time

    Back Stage recently sat down with four actors who have carved indelible characters on television: some over the course of several seasons, some in just a handful of episodes.

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    Christine Woods: A Back Stage Exclusive

    After growing up in the O.C., Christine Woods pounded the pavement for five years before landing her big break as FBI Agent Janis Hawk in ABC's hit show "Flashforward."

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    Taking 'Flight'

    As self-important sci-fi author Ronald Chevalier in "Gentlemen Broncos," the Clement sports lacquered-to-perfection hair and an impressive array of leather vests and high-waisted pants.

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    Never 'The Understudy'

    Justin Kirk is far more successful than Harry, the underemployed actor he plays in "The Understudy."

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    Making Tracks

    Even Katey Sagal's biggest admirers were likely unprepared for her Machiavellian turn in the FX hit "Sons of Anarchy" as Gemma, a member of an outlaw motorcycle gang in Northern California.

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    A Perfect Ten

    Penélope Cruz became an actor because of Pedro Almodóvar—twice. The first time was in 1990, when Cruz was a young girl growing up in Alcobendas, just outside of Madrid.

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    'Cliff' Hanger

    Woo has the distinction of being one of the very few directors—Ang Lee being another—who has experienced substantial commercial success in Asia and America.

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    Tiffany Thornton: A Back Stage Exclusive

    As Tawni Hart on the Disney Channel's "Sonny With A Chance," Tiffany Thornton is one sunny person indeed. In fact, it's almost impossible to imagine her saying a mean thing about anyone.

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    Keeping 'Vigil'

    While the 84-year-old Minneapolis native has never played a silent character before, her preparation for this part is basically the same as for any other.

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    Blood-Sucking Fiend

    Somerhalder nabbed the role of nefarious Damon Salvatore, a devilish bloodsucker who spends most of his time tormenting his younger, more earnest sibling.