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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.

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    Nolan Gould: A Backstage Exclusive

    Nolan Gould is one special kid. An actor since the age of three and a certified member of Mensa, he's on his way to becoming a household name before he reaches his twelfth birthday.

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    Drama Queen

    Fans have enthusiastically embraced the return of their favorite bad gal, and Leighton says it wasn't too tough to slip back into her character's distinctive skin.