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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.

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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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    Saycon Sengbloh Takes the Stairs

    Sengbloh co-stars in "Fela!" the concert-style musical that opens on Broadway Nov. 23 and tells the story of Nigerian musician and activist Fela Kuti.

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    The Actor's Roundtable

    The season's attention-getting performers including Robert Duvall, Ryan Gosling, Colin Firth, and Mark Ruffalo debate the roles of a lifetime, the movies they regret, and when it's okay to walk off a set.

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    Following Her Heart

    Gillian Anderson walked into the room, shook my hand, and sat down next to me for what would be one of her many interviews that day. She was taking her Sunday off from work on The X-Files to talk about her latest role in Terence Davies' film adaptation of Edith ...

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    Good to the Bone

    Since her breakout role as a cocaine-addicted housewife in the 2004 indie "Down to the Bone," Vera Farmiga has amassed an impressive résumé.

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    More Than Just an Ass-Kicker

    A model since the age of 9, Milla Jovovich pushed herself to transcend her status as someone merely nice to look at.

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    Breaking In and Breaking Out

    Tracee Chimo, Catherine Dent, and John Earl Jelks talk with Back Stage about their roles in Neil LaBute's "Break of Noon."

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    All in the Timing

    hen Glenne Headly steps out on to the stage of the Tiffany Theater for the Sept. 18 opening of Colleen Dodson-Baker's new comedy Detachments, it will be the first time she's been in front of a live audience in the United States in 10 years.