What do we love more than our favorite celebrities? Actors impersonating our favorite celebrities!
NBC's award-winning show, "30 Rock" is in its final season, and this may be your last chance to get cast in the show.
Alec Baldwin's not the first actor to try the talk show format and flop. Nor will he be the last. As proof, we offer you these leftover talk show turkeys.
Lyle Kessler’s 1985 play “Orphans,” making its Broadway debut starring Alec Baldwin, remains a tiresome mix of pilfered Pinter and stolen Shepard enlivened by flashy performances.
Casting director Barbara McNamara explains how background actors can upgrade to more-prominent (even speaking) roles as featured extras on a show like “30 Rock.”
Six funny men are competing for the Emmy Award in this year's lead actor in a comedy category. We look at the episode each chose to submit, and how it might affect their odds.
For those with deep pockets, charitable hearts, and a love of theater, the Screen Actors Guild Foundation and the "Orphans" star Alec Baldwin have launched an intriguing fundraiser.
Author Duncan Wall on modern circus at BAM, the 2013 Independent Film Forum, five-time Tony winner Audra McDonald in L.A. for one-night only, James Toback's latest film (with Alec Baldwin) premieres on HBO, and "The Nose" in theaters via the "Met: Live in HD" series are what we ...