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    Stars of Yesteryear

    I spent my earliest years in little Nebraska towns that could not be classified as hotbeds of culture. Not that the people were stupid, unenlightened, or unintelligent, not that they were uneducated, but their intellectual and cultural resources were, to say the least, limited.

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    Readers’ Choice: Jennifer Johns’ 3 Tips for Young Actors

    Broadway Artists Alliance, our readers’ choice for best NYC acting school for kids, leads young students to triple-threat glory on the Great White Way with its Tony-winning faculty.

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    Reluctant Greatness

    organ Freeman would much rather show you what he does best than talk about his work. Actually, he'd rather be at home with his family on his 44-acre Mississippi farm than anywhere near a journalist's tape recorder. In a recent interview, this 63-year-old no-nonsense actor tried to play ...

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    Driving Out Demons

    Texas-born Del Shores and his Southern-fried humor—peppered with a dash of angst—seem to go together like biscuits and gravy. Yet his five plays have all premiered locally, so Los Angeles can truly claim this popular country-boy playwright as its own. In Shores' latest play, Southern Baptist Sissies, the ...

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    Days of Her 'Week'

    On the big screen, Rosemarie DeWitt garnered critical praise for portraying the title role, a beleaguered daughter, in "Rachel Getting Married."

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    High Art

    Alfred Molina never seems to stop. Since his film debut in "Raiders of the Lost Ark" as the devious guide Sapito Molina has been ratcheting up credits on stage and screen.

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    Sitting 'Pretty'

    If pretty, like its haughty cousin beauty, is in the eye of the beholder, then plenty of eyes are beholden to the Web series "Pretty" for some entertaining comedy.

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    Sarah Shahi on her Journey From the Football Field to Cable

    Shahi began her entertainment career as a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader, but she has proved to have the acting chops and intelligence to match her good looks.

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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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    Real Women

    "To stay around as long as I have, it takes chutzpah, cojones. I mean, look at me; I ain't no American beauty rose," said veteran actor Lupe Ontiveros during a recent interview.