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    James Avery & Miriam Margolyes

    Now onstage together in Sir Peter Hall's production of Romeo and Juliet at the Ahmanson Theatre, these two formidable talents from opposite sides of the Atlantic have more in common than meets the eye. Extensive theatre backgrounds complement their film and television appearances, they have both built their vocal ...

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    Toward 'Zero'

    Veteran actor Piper Laurie has turned her talents to directing, most recently helming the Off-Broadway solo play "Zero Hour," written by and starring Jim Brochu.

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    Demián Bichir Shares Personal Ties to 'A Better Life'

    In this year's film "A Better Life," Demián Bichir plays Carlos, an illegal immigrant trying his utmost to keep his American and Americanized son afloat and out of trouble.

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    Robert Falls and Brian Dennehy Team Up Again With 'The Iceman Cometh'

    Director Robert Falls and Brian Dennehy discuss working on Eugene O'Neill plays and what they've learned over the years.

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    Father-Son Duo Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez Love to Collaborate

    The estranged father and son in "The Way" are played by real-life father and son Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez, who are as close as can be.

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    The Accidental Actor

    I don't know that I'm that interested in acting, to be honest with you. I started performing in plays when I was at university.

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    Iconic Class

    Christian McKay has been teased about his uncanny resemblance to Orson Welles, a comparison he did not like. He wanted to be compared to Richard Burton.

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    'Undercovers' Stars Uncovered

    Two rising stars, Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Boris Kodjoe, can now be seen as Samantha and Steven Bloom, married ex-spies who come out of retirement, on "Undercovers," the new NBC show from TV hitmaker J.J. Abrams.

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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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    Pilar Padilla: Over Borders, Over Frontiers

    It's hard enough trying to land a leading role in your film debut. Now imagine auditioning for your first film role, to be played mostly in a language you don't speak. You might say Mexican actor Pilar Padilla was an unlikely choice to play the lead in Ken ...