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    Philip Baker Hall 'Sings' Again on Stage

    Consummate character actor Philip Baker Hall returns to the stage in "I Never Sang for My Father," his first play since his turn in 2002's "The Guys."

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    An Unexpected Career

    Sam Trammell never imagined himself an actor, let alone one who plays a shape-shifter on a hit HBO show about vampires. But as an actor on "True Blood," Trammell is enjoying the unexpected development.

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    Wentworth Miller: From Temp to Time

    Six years after graduating from Princeton University, Wentworth Miller came to Los Angeles to embark on a career in show business. "I graduated with my degree in English lit and came out here not to act but to be in development," said Miller. "I spent a year and a half ...

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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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    Where Dance and Directing Meet for Reese Witherspoon and Sofía Vergara

    Dancer-turned-director Anne Fletcher chats about how her movement background helps her behind the camera and on the page, as well as what she loved about working with Reese Witherspoon and Sofía Vergara.

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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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    Jeremy Renner on 'Bourne,' Tom Cruise, and Fame

    A mix of talent and tough guy seemingly missing from Hollywood’s current runway of top male stars, Jeremy Renner, 41, is an anomaly among his peers.

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    Twilight Years

    Though only 36 years old, Peter Facinelli has been in the business long enough to see his career run the gamut from teen heartthrob to action hero, without any label really sticking—a conscious choice on his part, he says.

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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 ...

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    Piece of Cake

    British-born Jonathan Cake has been a steadily employed actor on both sides of the Atlantic throughout his career. Now based in New York and enjoying a featured role in the Roundabout Theatre Company revival of Christopher Hampton's 'The Philanthropist'.