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    Anthony LaPaglia: Fortysomething

    Does an actor need a career strategy to have a career? Anthony LaPaglia is living proof that showing up and doing good, often great work in whatever medium will have him—film, television, stage—is enough to build a fine living as a working actor, and, not coincidentally, a reputation ...

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    Eliezer Castro of ‘Bloodline’ on Finding Success Out of L.A.

    Miami native Eliezer Castro found on-screen success after leaving L.A. and moving back home, including a role on the Netflix drama opposite Kyle Chandler and Sissy Spacek.

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    Totally 'Normal'

    Performing opposite each other is nothing new for real-life married couple Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley.

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    Now and Then

    Something happened to Christina Ricci since the last time I spoke to her—and it's not just that she blossomed from an awkward, flippant 17-year-old into a buxom, poised young woman. Ricci found a sincere respect for acting—a dramatic turn from a few years back.

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    The Horror, The Horror

    Roles in scary movies are offering new opportunities to actors—including Patrick Fabian and Ashley Bell of 'The Last Exorcism."

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    Starting 'Stop'

    Back Stage caught up with Jill Bennett and Cathy DeBuono from the Web series "We Have to Stop Now" to discuss creating content when all else fails, and advice for out actors and couples who work together.

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    Emily Watson Breaks New Waves with 'Oranges and Sunshine'

    Emily takes on a relatively unknown real-life figure to recount a shameful part of British history. "Oranges and Sunshine" is based on social worker Margaret Humphreys' efforts to remedy the "child migration scheme."

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    Strong in Weakness

    David Strathairn can play many levels—including seamy ones—without showy strain.

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    Building 'Fences' 

    "I love theater," says Denzel Washington. "It's where I started, and this is a great play." He's speaking of August Wilson's "Fences," which recently opened to rave reviews on Broadway.

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    ACTOR'S ACTOR Joseph Gordon-Levitt: Working It

    Resembling a steely-eyed Larry Clark pinup, 24-year-old Joseph Gordon-Levitt prepares to mount his first New York trick in Gregg Araki's incredibly moving and daring new film Mysterious Skin, in which the actor plays a prostitute. It is this surreal, hypersexualized image that proves Gordon-Levitt, most famous for his role ...