We chatted with Martha Plimpton on the heels of her third Emmy nomination about life on both coasts, her famous family, and what it takes to cultivate a lifelong career.
Funny and charming, Wood has secured a place for herself in the biz with her huge talent—and one killer Little Edie Beale impression.
Mindy's office gets heated when she and her co-worker must hire a new employee even though they don't get along.
As pilot season beginning to ramp up, four new comedy projects now have casting directors attached, Backstage has learned. The comedy "About a Boy" for NBC, which has ordered 11 comedy pilots this season, will be cast by North Hollywood-based Cami Patton. The pilot, based on the book by Nick ...
Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere play rival country music singers in ABC's new musical drama "Nashville."
Bernard Telsey, one of the top CDs for stage and film, recently added TV casting to his repertoire. The result was three shows in one season and his first Emmy nomination, for “The Big C.”
Vanessa Williams finally gets to shine thanks to some Scotch and ill-fated girl talk with Jane, who is starting to question her sanity. And no, the questioning is not related to her roots (though it should be).
Bucatinsky says it’s like train hopping; he gets off “Scandal” and heads to “Grey’s Anatomy,” and so on. He shares some of what he’s learned on the journey.
“Smash,” “Modern Family,” and three Ryan Murphy shows recognized in TV; “Perks of Being a Wallflower” and “Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” among film noms.
Pilot season is in the final act of casting and closing deals. TV shows are preparing to film and be next season’s hit. Many were cast and many more didn’t even get the chance to show their stuff.