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    Imagine That!

    What kind of person would watch a then-unknown actor named Tom Hanks on a badly produced audition tape and choose him from among so many others to star in a series? Marcy Carsey would.

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    Good Ill Hunting

    Actor-writer-producer Darlene Hunt is just as quirky as some of the characters she creates for "The Big C," Showtime's unlikely new dramedy about cancer, starring Laura Linney.

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    Acting as Ecstasy

    I'm not a Method actor," says André De Shields. "It doesn't serve my bliss."

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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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    Irish On

    Currently, Ciarán Hinds stars in McPherson's new film, "The Eclipse," playing Michael Farr, a widower who volunteers to chauffeur the lovely Lena (Iben Hjejle), a writer visiting his town's literary festival.

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    VIDEO: Chris Colfer Discusses 'Glee'

    Check out our behind-the-scenes interviews with Chris Colfer of Fox TV's "Glee" as he talks about the upcoming second season of the critically acclaimed show. 

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    The Black and White of 'Dark Blue'

    Dylan McDermott and Tricia Helfer on the lifetime of experience and hard work behind their latest characters

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    Actress Karen Dyer Is Pretty 'Evil'

    Ok, it's not "Hamlet."  But Karen Dyer has added a solid credit to her resume -- as well as creating a fantasy figure for thousands of gamers -- as the voice and screen capture image of Sheva Alomar, a character in the bestselling video game "Resident Evil 5." 

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    Ross Partridge Gets Some Help From His Friends

    Ross Partridge isn't a movie star (yet), but he plays one onscreen. In the film "Treatment," Partridge portrays Gregg D, a Hollywood bad boy in the Charlie Sheen/Mel Gibson mold.

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    Character Driven

    "I became a writer because I love actors," explained Peter Hedges, best known for his novel and screenplay What's Eating Gilbert Grape, as well his Oscar-nominated screenplay adaptation of Nick Hornby's About a Boy. "The first thing I ever wrote was because I was on a mission to ...