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    Waiting to Excel

    Whether she's setting her soon-to-be ex-husband's car ablaze in Waiting to Exhale or strutting her stuff with an uncanny resemblance to legendary performer Tina Turner in What's Love Got to Do With It, Angela Bassett always brings the right balance of toughness and vulnerability to her characters.

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    Way Past Cool

    Christian Slater has left behind his safe and cynical bad-boy image and begun to re-examine his career and his craft.

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    Imagine That!

    What kind of person would watch a then-unknown actor named Tom Hanks on a badly produced audition tape and choose him from among so many others to star in a series? Marcy Carsey would.

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    Good Ill Hunting

    Actor-writer-producer Darlene Hunt is just as quirky as some of the characters she creates for "The Big C," Showtime's unlikely new dramedy about cancer, starring Laura Linney.

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    Acting as Ecstasy

    I'm not a Method actor," says André De Shields. "It doesn't serve my bliss."

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    Vanessa Simmons: A Back Stage Exclusive

    It may be tricky to rock a rhyme, but how about starring in two reality series and starting your own business before you're thirty? Vanessa Simmons has accomplished just that.

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    Readers’ Choice: Andy Roth on 2 Common Misconceptions About the Voiceover Industry

    Coming out on top in the category of NYC voiceover teacher, Andy Roth chats about misconceptions regarding voiceover work and why it’s an industry full of camaraderie.

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    First & Hope

    Despite having worked as an actor for more than 30 years, Brooke Shields has never been given the chance at an opening night in a musical. All that changes  when "Leap of Faith" premieres next week.

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    From Glam to Nam

    Perhaps Elise Elliot, the aging actress played so indelibly by Goldie Hawn in the film The First Wives Club, put it best when describing how roles had dried up over the years: "There are only three ages for women in Hollywood: babe, district attorney, and Driving Miss Daisy." Lest anyone ...

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    Hitting His Stride Before '2012'

    Most actors consider themselves lucky to be in one blockbuster. Chin Han will soon have two under his belt.