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    Keeping His Dinner Warm, Happily

    In a recent interview, Daniel Radcliffe claimed that he had three successive actors dismissed from the role of Rosemary in "How to Succeed..." before Rose Hemingway got the part.

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    It's Not a Drag

    It's not simply that Brian Bedford has worked steadily from the time he left acting school in the mid-1950s. The Yorkshire-born actor has been able to have "an English actor's career."

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    'Super' Trouper

    Ellen Page may stand just over five feet tall, but she is a force to be reckoned with. This should come as no surprise to anyone who caught her Oscar-nominated turn in "Juno."

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    Catching His 'Star'

    Christian Borle is enjoying a star turn in the Off-Broadway hit "Peter and the Starcatcher," based on Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson's novel, a prequel to "Peter Pan."

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    He's the Manny

    What separates Rico Rodriguez from his peers is his hilarious performance every week as wise-beyond-his-years Manny Delgado on ABC's Emmy-winning comedy "Modern Family."

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    Sitting 'Pretty'

    If pretty, like its haughty cousin beauty, is in the eye of the beholder, then plenty of eyes are beholden to the Web series "Pretty" for some entertaining comedy.

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    Buddy Pictures

    Nick Frost and Simon Pegg's new film "Paul" plays like a geek love letter from two sci-fi fans: A pair of Brits attend San Diego's Comic-Con, then plan a trip to visit the infamous Area 51.

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    Tom Shillue: 'Supernormal' Storyteller

    Stand-up comedian and master storyteller Tom Shillue won an ECNY Award for "Best One Person Show" for "Supernormal," "an evening of stories so normal, they're radical."

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    'Booking' the Work

    Best known for "South Park," creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have joined forces with "Avenue Q" co-creator Robert Lopez to forge a musical, "The Book of Mormon."

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    It's Complicated

    In her new film "Cracks," Eva Green ups her game with the complicated role of the glamorous Miss G, a mysterious instructor at a British all-girls academy in the 1930s.