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    Matt McCarthy 'Marking Out' Comedy Extravaganza in NYC

    Comedian Matt McCarthy loves professional wrestling, and comedy. "I see a lot of parallels between stand-up and wrestling," he says. "They're both bastardized, in a way."

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    The Designated Artist

    He is not now, nor was he ever, a matinee idol. But Wallace Shawn has amassed an astonishing number of rich, varied credits—as an actor and as a writer.

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    A 'Way' About Him

    Peter Weir is known for drawing terrific performances from actors, be it Mel Gibson verging on stardom in "Gallipoli," the cast of young unknowns for "Dead Poets Society," or Jim Carrey in "The Truman Show."

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    Scrubbing In

    Back Stage caught up with Kevin McKidd to discuss his experience at the helm of the an episode of "Grey's Anatomy"—titled "Don't Deceive Me (Please Don't Go)"—and how being an overthinking actor helped him.

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    Hot Under the Collar

    Tim DeKay has played such varied roles as Bizarro Jerry on "Seinfeld" and the disabled carnival co-manager on HBO's "Carnivale." Now the veteran actor returns as FBI agent Peter Burke on USA's "White Collar."

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    Creating a 'Community'

    Spirit Awards host and star of the NBC comedy "Community" Joel McHale reveals his thoughts on playing himself, finding his voice, and his greatest fear.

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    Independent Means

    A Q&A with Film Independent’s executive director, Dawn Hudson about the organization's mission to nurture and support independent filmmakers and celebrate their work.

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    Truth and Daring

    Though perhaps best known as the cool and canny detective Mike Hammer or the paternal warden Henry Pope, the veteran actor Stacy Keach has never stopped acting.

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    The Importance of Being Ernest

    Speaking in his signature gravelly voice, Ernest  Borgnine is matter-of-fact about his achievements, still delighted and slightly awed that he has been able to make his living doing what he loves most: acting.

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    Playing Dead

    Meaghan Rath enjoys being seen as a lonely ghost on 'Being Human,' the new series  adapted from the British show of the same name.