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    Lenny Wolpe: Lenny's Turn

    Veteran actor/singer Lenny Wolpe follows his passions. Wolpe is the sort of actor who slips into myriad roles so seamlessly that one can easily underestimate the consummate craft that is involved. Name a choice character role in a famous musical, and he's played it: Ne'er-do-well Cockney barfly ...

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    Alan Alda and Daniel Sullivan Collaborate with 'Radiance'

    Alan Alda is known by much of the world from his starring role on "M*A*S*H." He is also a film actor ("Flirting With Disaster"), a theater actor ("Art"), a writer-director ("Betsy's Wedding"), and quite the raconteur.

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    George Clooney: 'I Learned A Lot From TV' (Video)

    While George Clooney is an Oscar-nominated director, screenwriter and actor, he learned a lot about acting from working in television.

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    Batt on a Hot Tin Roof

    Bryan Batt once played Salvatore Romano on AMC's Emmy-winning "Mad Men," now he's focusing on book projects and his cabaret act, "Batt on a Hot Tin Roof."

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    Ione Skye & Jon Cryer

    Back Stage West recently went out on the town with Jon Cryer and Ione Skye, who currently co-star in the independent feature Went to Coney Island on a Mission From God... Be Back by Five, a story based on a personal experience by Cryer. The film marks Cryer's second ...

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    Caroline Aaron: Back to the Source

    Not that long ago, had you told Caroline Aaron she would trade her cramped but beloved New York digs for a home in Los Angeles, she'd have called you crazy. But that's exactly what happened to the veteran stage and screen actor when she came to L.A ...

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    Christopher Plummer Starts Anew With 'Beginners'

    In the film "Beginners," Christopher Plummer delivers a subtle and honest performance as Hal, opposite Ewan McGregor as Hal's son Oliver.

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    Lesley Fera: Going Bold

    Lesley Fera has the prettiest dress. It's a long thing, a deep shade of red with a sheer black sheath over it, and it has that sort of smoky allure that only a few women can carry off.

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    The Professional Bathroom Singer

    Donna Lynne Champlin set out to prove that it she could accomplish a professional-sounding labor of love one a budget of $1000.

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    Chris Noth - Tech and the City

    A great actor must remain chameleonic to assume the different roles that scripts call for. But what if a character becomes iconic, as did the Fonz, Captain Kirk, and Kramer, and audiences won't let him go? The tall, dark, and handsome Chris Noth knows something about moving on—and ...