Aside from their (obvious) chops, many great actors fill in more than one puzzle piece on set. Here are 10 famous actors who stretch their wings in front of and behind the camera, directing, writing, and even producing their own material.
Actor Lyndon Smith lands her first full–time gig with “Public Morals.” She talks about working on a male-heavy ensemble set, getting the period piece right, and taking advice from Halle Berry.
Bringing his expertise to TV for the first time with his new TNT drama “Public Morals,” the microbudget indie filmmaker discusses the importance of owning your tone as an artist, and offers advice for actors looking to leave a legacy.
In his latest effort, writer-director-star Edward Burns piles on the family drama (abusive husbands, dying dads, 9/11) instead of crafting characters.
Edward Burns chats about his new movie "The Fitzgerald Family Christmas," his writing process, and returning to his roots.