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    The hundreds of thousands of actors in the

    The hundreds of thousands of actors in the entertainment industry had millions of personal struggles and stories during 2005. But a number of occurrences affected most, if not all, of America's actors. Here are 10 we've chosen that had a major impact.

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    Fool Me Twice

    The Joe Schmo Show returns for a second season, and the improv actors are still on their toes.

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    'Rune' Set for an iPod Near You

    The indie filmmakers behind "Rune" are giving away iPod downloads of the entire 90-minute feature, building on the interest in watching movies on Apple's popular media player to help promote their movie.

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    NYC Renames Street for 'Law & Order'

    The folks on NBC's "Law & Order" will go to work on a familiar street

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    Ormond Speaks Against Human Trafficking

    Julia Ormond appealed to police agencies worldwide Monday to share information and resources in hopes of combating human trafficking.

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    Stoppard's 'Rock 'n' Roll' to Broadway

    Tom Stoppard, whose trilogy about 19th century Russian intellectuals, "The Coast of Utopia," was one of the highlights of the current theater season, will be back on Broadway in the fall.

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    ACTRA Makes Progress with Producers

    ACTRA reports North American producers have unconditionally withdrawn their proposal to reduce actors' fees by 25 percent -- a sign that the union has made some progress in its negotiations.

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    Drama Crix 'Doubt'-ful

    The New York Drama Critics Circle has awarded John Patrick Shanley's drama about a nun accusing a priest of molesting a young male student its citation for Best Play.

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    The Dos and Don'ts of Cold Readings

    Write down all the info your agent gives you about the audition. Wear what your agent tells you to wear. Be on time, but if you're running late, call your agent and let him or her know.

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    Compagnie Marie Chouinard

    I can't even imagine how the company members of Marie Chouinard's ensemble feel the morning after a performance.