Jill Whelan – Life, Exciting and New
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Jill Whelan – Life, Exciting and New

Jill Whelan Life, Exciting and New by Jay S. Jacobs Did you ever hear the story about the young actor who became famous while still in grade school, grew up glamorously amongst some of the biggest names in Hollywood and then went on to become a normal, well-grounded adult? Not the typical sordid child-star tale, … Continue reading

Stephen McHattie – Dances With Wolves
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Stephen McHattie – Dances With Wolves

Stephen McHattie Dances With Wolves by Jay S. Jacobs Who says every actor craves stardom?  Stephen McHattie has been a busy working actor for over 40 years now, but he loves the fact that his character roles tend to give him a certain amount of anonymity. Despite the fact that he has appeared in roles … Continue reading

Chris Geere, Aya Cash, Desmin Borges and Kether Donohue – Who’s the Worst?
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Chris Geere, Aya Cash, Desmin Borges and Kether Donohue – Who’s the Worst?

Aya Cash, Chris Geere, Desmin Borges and Kether Donohue Who’s The Worst? by Jay S. Jacobs http://popentertainment-interviews.tumblr.com/post/92087059959/aya-cash-chris-geere-desmin-borges-and-kether The missing component in most romantic comedies is a refreshing dose of hardened cynicism, and FX’s new series You’re the Worst has a heaping helping of that special ingredient.  The show is basically an anti-Valentine, a perfect bouquet … Continue reading

Unlocking the Mysteries of Collins Key
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Unlocking the Mysteries of Collins Key

Unlocking the Mysteries of Collins Key by Shana Bergmann Teenaged magician and heartthrob Collins Key, has become magic’s next big thing. The world first discovered him competing on the eighth season of NBC’s America‘s Got Talent. Now he is bringing magic back to audiences that forgot how much they loved it. For example, he is … Continue reading

Actor Turned Director Diego Luna Celebrates Cesar Chavez
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Actor Turned Director Diego Luna Celebrates Cesar Chavez

Actor Turned Director Diego Luna Celebrates Cesar Chavez by Brad Balfour Born on December 29, 1979 in Mexico City, Diego Luna Alexander lost his mother in a car accident when he was only two. Therefore, Luna became immersed in his father’s passion for entertainment. His father was Mexico’s most acclaimed living theatre, cinema and opera … Continue reading

Anson Mount – Raising Hell On Wheels
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Anson Mount – Raising Hell On Wheels

Anson Mount Raising Hell On Wheels by Jay S. Jacobs When you conjure up a mental image of the iconic American cowboy, it wouldn’t be too surprising if he looks a whole lot like Anson Mount. This is not just because Mount has spent the last two years starring in the best western currently on … Continue reading

Eric McCormack – Changing Our Perceptions
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Eric McCormack – Changing Our Perceptions

Eric McCormack – Changing Our Perceptions by Jay S. Jacobs As TNT’s Perception returns for its second season, Eric McCormack’s “This-ain’t-no-Will” performance as brilliant-but-mentally-troubled Professor Daniel Pierce is taking on fascinating new layers.  Dr. Pierce is the world’s foremost expert in neurology and brain conditions and he has learned his specialty the hard way: he … Continue reading

Duncan Sheik – Bringing Down the Whisper House
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Duncan Sheik – Bringing Down the Whisper House

Duncan Sheik Bringing Down the Whisper House by Jay S. Jacobs It’s not a straight line to go from pop star to respected Broadway composer, but Duncan Sheik never believed in doing things the normal way. Sheik first exploded onto the pop culture radar in 1996, when his Gold-certified self-titled debut album yielded the mega-hit … Continue reading

Henry Simmons – Building a Playground
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Henry Simmons – Building a Playground

Henry Simmons – Building a Playground by Jay S. Jacobs Originally posted on July 8, 2008. “I’ve always had a love for theater,” says Henry Simmons.  “Out here in Los Angeles, it’s more geared towards movies and television.” With a career that is just over a decade old, Simmons has made significant inroads on both … Continue reading