Working Actor Michael Kostroff explains how guest-starring roles on TV shows are contracted and how TV work could affect being cast in serious films.
John Gammon who plays the lovable Darrin on ABC's "The Middle" talks about how the role has expanded and shares acting tips he's picked up along the way.
Canceled soap operas “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” are both being revived as online productions, with some familiar faces coming back to the casts.
As Secret Agent Man knows all too well, the casts of pilots aren’t set in stone until the end of June—leaving six weeks for network execs to change their minds.
Known for “Next to Normal,” “Les Misérables,” and “Catch Me If You Can,” Tveit makes his debut as a series regular on USA Network’s “Graceland.”
FX president John Landgraf is changing the basic-cable landscape by taking big risks on untested talent in shows such as “Louie,” “Sons of Anarchy,” and “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.”
Welcome back to “Smash,” our fellow gluttons for punishment, hate-watchers, and Jeremy Jordan obsessers. Season 2 begins in Boston, where “Bombshell’s” pre-Broadway tryout is ending and everyone is going home.
Sande Allesi Casting is casting child actors and adult stand-ins for “Clear History,” an HBO movie written by and starring Larry David that begins production in the Boston area this month.
The 65th Primetime Emmy Awards will air Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013, on CBS, broadcast live from the Nokia Theater in L.A.
We spoke to beloved character actor Grant on her day off from filming “Mindy” about having more work in her 60s than ever before in her career.