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    'Welcome' Wagon

    There's no question Melissa Leo is a busy woman. In addition to appearing on the HBO series “Treme,” the Oscar nominee for “Frozen River” has no fewer than four films set for release in 2010.

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    First Steps

    Geoffrey Soffer, a former ABC casting exec and the CD for 'Ugly Betty,' offers his advice on launching your career.

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    The American Nightmare

    At the center "August: Osage County" is the battle between pill-popping matriarch Violet and her eldest daughter, Barbara, played on tour by Estelle Parsons and Shannon Cochran.

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    Good Company

    Although he has shared the screen with Anthony Hopkins, Al Pacino, and Colin Farrell, 32-year-old Gabriel Macht is not a household name—or at least not yet. Now that his latest film, A Love Song for Bobby Long, has hit theatres, Macht could become the latest "it" actor. Starring opposite ...

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    Playing it Proud

    Olympia Dukakis has made a career out of portraying strong, independent women. From Mayor Claire Belcher inSteel Magnolias,to the feisty principal inMr. Holland's Opus,to ultra-opinionated Rita Mosley inPicture Perfect,to her Oscar winning performance as Rose Castorini inMoonstruck,Dukakis has never shied away from roles that require ...

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    Quick Study

    Commercial agent Susan Nathe understands it's the look that books, but it still takes discipline and business savvy to impress her—skills she learned early on. A former teenage model who worked with the legendary agent Eileen Ford, Nathe quickly learned that being on time and having her clothing ...

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    Seattle Spirit

    In the offbeat indie comedy "Humpday," Alycia Delmore plays one corner of a very strange triangle. Though the men drive the plot, Delmore's performance is the glue holding the piece together.

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    Filmmaker Jim Mickle Offers a New Take on Vampires

    Jim Mickle's "Stake Land" may ostensibly be yet another vampire movie, but it offers a refreshing approach to the increasingly worked-over genre.

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    Still Growing

    I had a feeling Matthew Broderick would be a little tired of any discussion remotely involving his 1986 film Ferris Bueller's Day Off. But it's impossible, I think, to not make some mention of Ferris when speaking of his career.

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    Playing Dead

    Meaghan Rath enjoys being seen as a lonely ghost on 'Being Human,' the new series  adapted from the British show of the same name.