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    NY Subway Worker in Hollywood Fast Lane

    A New York City tollbooth worker in need of a car wrote a crime thriller script last year. Now he finds himself rubbing shoulders with some of Hollywood's finest.

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    Start here

    Making a positive first impression involves your sense of style and taste, a realistic assessment of the areas you need to enhance, knowing how to handle appearance issues such as hair and makeup, and selecting a professional wardrobe. Talent agents and CDs want the look to be there when you ...

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    Jason Bateman Joins 'Kingdom' Thriller

    Jason Bateman has joined the cast of Universal Pictures' thriller "The Kingdom."

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    Easter Bonnet Breaks Fundraising Record

    The 22nd annual Easter Bonnet competition raised a record-breaking $3,734,129 this year for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.

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    College Guide 2008

    A fine arts program can enrich an actor's education, but can it aid a career?

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    Discovery Debuts Ecotainment Channel

    The first 24/7 eco-friendly network will feature talent like Leonardo DiCaprio and Adrian Grenier in front of and behind the camera.

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    Harris on Hold with Deal at ABC, Touchstone

    Laura Harris has inked a talent holding deal with ABC and Touchstone TV.

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    DurangDuo

    "DurangDuo," presented by Theatrical Enterprises LA at Open Stage West, 14366 Ventura Blvd., Sherman Oaks. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 3 & 7 p.m. Aug. 5-14. $12. (562) 790-2311.

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    SAG, MPAA Deadlock on Rights to Deceased

    Last-minute attempts to come up with a compromise on a controversial bill pending in the California Legislature have failed to convince the MPAA that the bill will not violate filmmakers' rights to depict deceased celebrities and historical figures without fear of being sued by the dead personalities' relatives. The legislation ...