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    'Mad Men' Emmy Nominee Randee Heller Makes a Career Comeback

    When Randee Heller walks the Emmy red carpet for the first time on Sept. 18 for her nominated performance as Don Draper's crass secretary Miss Ida Blankenship in "Mad Men," many won't recognize her.

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    A New Turf

    Matt Lauria trades the fields of 'Friday Night Lights' for wearing a badge on 'The Chicago Code.' Though his career is only beginning, he has already accomplished quite a bit.

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    Stephen Root Steadily Built His Career With Perseverance and Nerve(s)

    It's too difficult to calculate the number of projects Stephen Root worked on this year. "It keeps mushrooming. I'm very, very lucky that people think of me," he says.

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    Nick Jonas on Returning to Broadway and What’s Next

    On Monday, Jonas was honored at Inside Broadway’s 2012 Broadway Beacon Awards for his contributions to the theater community.

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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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    VIDEO: 5 SAG Award Nominees Discuss Their Careers

    Octavia Spencer, Armie Hammer, Bérénice Bejo, Demián Bichir, and Nick Nolte talk with Back Stage about their acclaimed roles.

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    Lisa Bonet

    Where we saw her first: Bonet started auditioning for commercials at the tender age of 9. "At that point my dream was to act," she said. "But the business was so different then. There was little opportunity for young people of color. Now it seems like everyone is an actor ...

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    Sundance 2012: Gina Rodriguez in 'Filly Brown'

    Gina Rodriguez got her hands on the script for "Filly Brown," it felt serendipitous. The character on the page was a tough, sexy young Latina with a big narrative arc—and she was, like Rodriguez, a spoken-word artist.

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    'Happy' Days

    Tony Hale is probably best known for his work on "Arrested Development" as Buster Bluth, an overcoddled man-child with a penchant for giving horribly awkward shoulder massages.

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    Stacey Oristano: A Back Stage Exclusive

    The daughter of a stage actor, Stacey Oristano of "Friday Night Lights" remains devoted to theater work and confesses that she still sings along to "Les Miserables" in her car at full volume.