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    Facing the Truth

    Hugh Dancy has no choice but to agree when it's pointed out to him that he has thus far made a career of playing lucky, confident, blithe men in beautiful period pieces.

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    Schmooze Alarm

    If anyone has proved the Woody Allen maxim that "80 percent of success is showing up," it's actor-producer Dan Griffin. In 1995, he went to the set of the TV series "Central Park West" for three days straight, hoping to land a background role.

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    Quenching His 'Thirst'

    Park Chan-wook's films are not for the delicate. They contain murdered children, incest, live-octopus eating, face boils, twisted humor, and a whole lot of revenge.

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    Refusing to Toe 'The Line'

    Actor Jordi Vilasuso does not want to be pigeonholed as a Latino; indeed, he has turned down roles that are stereotypical or too similar to those he has played in the past.

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    First Love

    Anna Chlumsky is a native Chicagoan and proud of it. But despite hailing from one of the improv comedy capitals of the world, she never formally trained in the art.

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    Rules of Longevity

    Jeff Daniels says family has always been his top priority. Indeed, when other up-and-coming actors might have relocated to Los Angeles, he and his wife, Kathleen, moved home to Southeastern Michigan to raise their three children.

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    Adapting and Adopting

    "Orphan" marks the first produced screenplay by David Leslie Johnson, who crafted a chilling and compelling script for director Jaume Collet-Serra.

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    Late Bloomer

    Selma Blair's raw, vanity-free performance in "The Poker House" is a sharp contrast to the stunning, outgoing figure she cuts in real life. In fact, upon meeting the gregarious Blair, it's hard to believe she's made a career of playing tortured souls.

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    It's a 'Mother' of a Role

    What might Buck Henry do differently if he could redo his career? "I'd be born later," the veteran actor-writer quips. "That means I'd be younger."

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    Isle of Mann

    Leslie Mann came to Hollywood with a strategy: She was going to get on a TV show and learn the basics, land a part in a movie, then move on to lead roles in films.