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    8 Questions With…Ben Daniels

    The British actor is back on American TV screens as the demanding artistic director of the ballet company at the heart of Starz’s “Flesh and Bone,” and chats about silver linings to bad jobs, why his character’s description made him hide the chocolates, and working with Jodie Foster.

  • Interview

    John Benjamin Hickey Follows the Work

    The Tony winner and beloved character actor is currently Off-Broadway in “Dada Woof Papa Hot” and on TV screens as a nuclear physicist on “Manhattan.”

  • Interview

    8 Questions With…Kathy Bates

    The Oscar winner returns for her third installment of FX’s “American Horror Story” (airing Wednesday nights) and talks about her newfound love for Lady Gaga, her acting crushes, and her single day spent working for Ringling Brothers.

  • News

    13 Hilarious Mockumentary TV Shows

    What’s more fun than unscripted television? Scripted “mockumentaries” that mimic docudramas, break the fourth wall, and bring us original characters and great performances. Here are 13 mockumentary television shows that should not be missed!

  • Advice

    Backstage Experts Answer: 19 Must-Watch TV Performances

    Our Backstage Experts know a great performance when they see one! This week they answer the question: Which (current) TV performers should all actors be watching and why?

  • News

    6 Pieces of Must-Know Casting News

    Stay in the loop on industry and casting news with our weekly write-up on who’s been slated for recent film and television roles.

  • Interview

    7 Questions With…Katey Sagal

    “Married With Children” and “Sons of Anarchy” star Katey Sagal discusses her new show, FX’s “The Bastard Executioner,” her acting crushes of the moment, why she was the worst waitress ever, and more!

  • Interview

    Backstage Life With Carly Chaikin on ‘Mr. Robot’

    Carly Chaikin, who plays surly hacker Darlene on the hit USA drama, takes Backstage on location as she and star Rami Malek film in Coney Island and frighten pedestrians.

  • Interview

    How 20 Years of Auditioning Led Kether Donohue to ‘You’re the Worst’

    “You’re the Worst” star Kether Donohue reflects on her audition for the show, what she’s taking away from the experience, and her advice for actors who are struggling in the business.

  • Interview

    8 Questions With…Nick Kroll

    Comedian and actor Nick Kroll reflects back on seven seasons of “The League,” shares his preparation process, and tells us seven performers he loves to watch on TV!