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    One thing that kind of shocks me is that I may be

    One thing that kind of shocks me is that I may be the only example of fatherhood—especially African-American fatherhood—that a lot of people have, period. I really just want to make [my character] Julius a real guy who's just like millions of guys out there. It's ...

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    Review: 'As You Like It'

    The enamored couples in artistic director Jonathan Moscone's California Shakespeare Theater production ofAs You Like Itswoon, pant, bawl, stagger, gasp, hyperventilate, shout, and practically salivate.

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    William Morris Elects Politician as Senior VP

    California State Sen. Kevin Murray is set to join WMA as senior vp, working primarily in the agency's corporate consulting division, William Morris Consulting.

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    TCM Series to Pair Actors with Their 'Idols'

    The cable channel is going into production for an episode of "Idols," which pairs modern-day thespians with actors from previous generations who have inspired them.

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    ABC's 'Life' Crew Pacts with IATSE

    The IATSE on Monday announced a labor agreement covering 40 members of the production crew on the new Jimmy Kimmel-hosted game show "Set for Life," set to hit ABC's primetime schedule this season.

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    Christopher Guest Honored by ShowEast

    Actor-director Christopher Guest will be honored with the Kodak Award at the 2006 ShowEast Convention in Orlando, where he will screen his new satire, "For Your Consideration."

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    Moreno Playing Mom on 'Criminal Intent'

    Rita Moreno has signed on for a recurring role on NBC's "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," playing the mother of Vincent D'Onofrio's character, Detective Robert Goren.

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    Tamara Dobson, Star of 'Cleopatra Jones,' Dies

    Tamara Dobson, the tall, stunning model-turned-actress who portrayed a strong female role as Cleopatra Jones in two "blaxploitation" films, has died.

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    Tony-Winner Isabel Bigley Dies

    Isabel Bigley, who won a Tony Award for her role in the 1950s Broadway musical classic "Guys and Dolls," has died. She was 80.