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    The Graduate

    Sometimes, Hollywood feels like high school: impenetrable cliques, appearance angst, and of course the sobering sting of rejection. Julia Stiles, who first garnered notice in high school–set flicks, knows this all too well.

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    Five Actors Who Have Had an Emmy-Worthy Year

    Back Stage gathered actors, representing the best in drama and comedy, to discuss how they booked their roles, their most difficult moments, and what it's like to be nominated for an Emmy.

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    'Hair' Stars Share Their Journey From Understudies to Leads

    Former understudies, Steel Burkhardt and Paris Remillard get to go on together every night for the 2010–2011 "Hair" national tour, which makes a 10-week stop at Broadway's St. James Theatre, opening July 13.

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    All the City's a Stage

    Tom Salamon's first creation, "Accomplice: New York," debuted more than five years ago and was so successful it launched a second creation, "Accomplice: The Village."

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    Vera Farmiga Gets Higher (Video)

    Vera Farmiga is someone I've always liked as an actor. But it turns out she's also quite a director, as evidenced by her debut, "Higher Ground," now in theaters.

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    VIDEO: Mike Henry

    On this week's episode of Behind the Scenes, Jenelle sits down with Mike Henry, the voice of Cleveland Brown on "Family Guy," who now has his own spin-off, "The Cleveland Show."

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    Ethan Lipton Performs His ‘No Place to Go’ at Joe's Pub

    Ethan Lipton and his orchestra present an "ode to the unemployed" at Joe's Pub, as part of its NEA Funded New York Voices Series.

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    Shirley Henderson: Scottish Siren

    Shirley Henderson is known as one of Britain's more prolific actors, appearing in films that include Trainspotting, Bridget Jones's Diary, and 24 Hour Party People. Granted her face is still hard to place, but with leading roles in independent films such as IFC Films' Intermission (opening March 19 ...

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    Two 'Brothers' from County Cork

    Paul Courtney got his first movie role by ditching class. Figuring that an acting career had to be better than what he was currently enduring, he signed up.

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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.