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    Very, Very Extraordinary

    Onscreen, Bill Pullman has played a variety of genial, ordinary working-class fellows. Turns out, Pullman is a genial, extraordinary, creative, thoughtful, self-aware, and generous actor.

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    Asking and Telling

    Bobby Steggert says playing narrator and lead in the new musical "Yank!" is no easy feat. Indeed, he says, "It's a delicate balance between the fun and the responsibility of hosting the night."

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    All in the Timing

    Ed Helms has built a comedy career out of taking chances at the right times. In the sweetly offbeat 'Cedar Rapids,' Helms takes on his first starring role in a film.

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    'Family' Outing

    The cast of 'Modern Family' speaks out on getting cast and getting the funny.

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    'Pearls on the Ocean Floor' to Screen

    Filmmaker Robert Adanto talks about the Iranian artists he profiled for the film, "Pearls on the Ocean Floor: A Documentary on Iranian Female Artists."

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    Mumblecore Queen

    Greta Gerwig has arrived. The actor formerly known as the "Mumblecore Queen" definitely has what it takes to play with the big boys.

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    You'll Be A Woman Soon

    Every now and then a child actor comes along who completely captures our attention. Jodie Foster and Jena Malone are two such actors who at the ages of 14 and 10, respectively, took on tough dramatic roles that wowed audiences and displayed a maturity and a wisdom that was leaps ...

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    'Network' Head

    With 'True Grit' and 'The Social Network' still racking up accolades, producer Scott Rudin took the time to speak with Back Stage about some of his more memorable casting coups.

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    Playing in 'Cleveland'

    The animated character of "Family Guy" and now star of his own program, "The Cleveland Show," shares much in common with Mike Henry, the man who created and voices him.

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    From Sir with Love

    Currently one of the great living legends of British acting, knighted for his service in 1997, Donald Sinden is not shy about telling firsthand tales of actors he has admired.