Freya was six and still hadn’t found her forever home, until she caught the eye of none other than Michael Bay, director of Transformers.
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The old saying in Hollywood is that you shouldn’t star onscreen with animals or children.…
Anyone who has worked with animals on a set or stage will tell you that…
As an actress working on one of TV’s hottest shows, Sophie Turner should feel great…
Watch this dog play dead. He’s better than most actors!
What’s with animals on Broadway this season? Not only do we have a cat in Breakfast at Tiffany’s and a dog in Annie, but another pooch has taken the stage in the revival of Pippin.
With the Broadway adaptation of Breakfast at Tiffany’s receiving less-than-stellar reviews, it makes sense that the aspects people are talking about most are star Emilia Clarke’s brief on-stage nudity and the cats.
Screwing up your big scene on stage with Dame Helen Mirren once might be forgivable. Twice is definitely pushing it. But sixteen times? Yeah, you shouldn’t be surprised when you’re told to not let the door hit you on the way out.
Dogs have been on Broadway before — a major character in the musical Annie, which is currently back on Broadway, is her dog Sandy — but as far as I know the most memorable cats on Broadway were, well, the cats in Cats.
Breakfast at Tiffany’s, the new play that opens on Broadway this March, is holding a casting call to find the purr-fect (sorry, I had to write that) cat to take on the iconic role of “Cat.”
Though John C. Reilly is probably best known for his comedy movies alongside Will Ferrell, he has received much of his acclaim (and an Oscar nomination) for his hard-hitting dramas like We Need to Talk about Kevin and Carnage.
As you may know, Uggie, perhaps the most famous film pooch since Rin Tin Tin,…
We love our dog acting stories here at Daily Actor, and this is one of the better ones: the breakout star of the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival is Michael, a deaf pit bull who stars in The Two Gentlemen of Verona.
An unlikely star is said to have brightened up the set of Steve Carell’s new comedy movie Seeking A Friend for the End of the World. His name is Aleister, a five-year-old terrier mix who was rescued from a shelter four years ago in California.