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Paulo Costanzo: The Interview (Royal Pains)

Evan (Paulo Costanzo) is Hank's younger brother, an accountant who loves a good time and can talk his way into (almost) anything.... Read more
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Bruce Campbell (Burn Notice)

Bruce Campbell has seen his share of hits (Army of Darkness, Spider-Man) and his share of misses (Time Quest, McHale's Navy) but for the past 3 years has had the steady job of playing Sam Axe on Burn Notice, wing-man to Jeffrey Donovan's Michael Westen.  We sat down with the cult hero to talk abo... Read more
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Cat Deeley: The Interview

Birmingham, England, native Cat Deeley is also one of the foremost television presenters in the UK and has recently become one of the hottest new faces on American TV following her two hugely successful seasons hosting SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE.... Read more
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Jo Koy: Quickie 10

We sat down with Jo Koy to ask some pretty stupid questions, hoping for some pretty stupid answers.... Read more
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Jeff Goldblum (Law & Order: Criminal Intent)

After a long career in both film and television, Jeff Goldblum has joined the cast of the hit USA Network television show, Law & Order: Criminal Intent as detective Detective Zack Nichols.... Read more
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Kenny Johnson (Saving Grace)

Kenny Johnson's career had a chance of taking several routes.  Making his acting debut alongside a then unknown Brad Pitt in a Pringles commercial, then making his way through a slew of TV shows including Family Matters, Grace Under Fire, Sliders, Caroline in the City and Just Shoot Me before lan... Read more
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Joss Whedon

Emmy and Academy Award nominee Joss Whedon is one of Hollywood’s top talents, scripting several hit films and creating one of television’s most critically praised shows, “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.”  Born June 23, 1964, in New York, Whedon is a third-generation television writer.... Read more
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Guy Fieri: The Interview

Shakefire: The show premiere is coming up for Ultimate Recipe Showdown after the holidays, what can we expect?... Read more
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JJ Abrams & Joshua Jackson: The Interview

With the enormous success of such cult serials as Alias and, most recently, Lost, JJ Abrams is no stranger to the stress of living up to emense buzz.  But, Joshua Jackson, somewhat dormant since his days playing the trouble Pacey Whitter on Dawson's Creek, is facing a new challenge.  We sat down ... Read more
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David Boreanaz: The Interview

After fighting his way through two critically acclaimed and fan-loved shows (Buffy, Angel) just to find himself on the losing end of a ratings battle with a soon-to-be merged network, David Boreanaz set his sites on something bigger; a big-four network show.  Flash-forward a few years and he find... Read more
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