The acting coach is demanding Morrison pay him $182,000, based on an ‘oral agreement’ between the two, dating back to 2011.
Interview: Max Adler on ‘Glee’, Why He Became an Actor and the Message of Acceptance in His New Film, ‘Saugatuck Cures’
“Oh, I always get nervous. The jitters always come and the heart rate always speeds up.” – Max Adler on Auditioning
“Leave it at the door. Don’t take it with you afterwards. It just ruins your day and it’s really not meant to do that” – Jenna Ushkowitz on Auditions
After six seasons, one hundred and twenty one episodes and more than seven hundred musical numbers, Glee has taken its final bow in an emotional two hour double bill.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h0X_lNU_Vpg Though it’s not the cultural juggernaut it was in its second and third seasons,…
One year ago Jane Lynch was in the middle of her eight week run of…
After six seasons on the FOX show, Glee, Chris Colfer is taking his career to…
Interview: ‘Sons of Anarchy’ Director Paris Barclay on Filming Emotional Scenes and Why ‘Glee’ is Harder to Direct than ‘Sons’ (video)
Paris talks also talks about his working relationship with Kurt Sutter!
Jane Lynch Talks Broadway, the “Mistake” of Moving to New York When She Was a Young Actress and the Advice Harrison Ford Gave Her
Five years ago Jane Lynch was best known for her hilarious appearances in Christopher Guest’s ensemble mockumentaries and doing abbreviated runs on soon-to-be-canceled television series. Though she was a familiar face, she never seemed to reach her potential. Then came Glee and her career-changing starring role as Sue Sylvester… and Lynch’s world has never been the same since
Jane Lynch: “No one’s just going to hand you a career. I waited for years for someone to hand me one and it never happened”
With all the success Jane Lynch has been having, it’s a little shocking to hear her describe how she once thought of hanging it up.
Not many actors turn to writing fiction. But Glee’s Chris Colfer is anything but ordinary.
The actor recently released his first book, The Land of Stories: The Wishing Spell, and he’s already eager to dispense tips on what he’s learned.
Every year, GLAAD releases it’s “Where We Are on TV” list, as a check-up of how networks are doing with regards to the amount of LBGT characters they have on scripted shows. Though the percentages may seem minor, there has been a drop in gay and bisexual characters, down 3.9% for the 2011-2012 season, in comparison to 2 seasons ago.
The only problem with doing a television show about high school kids is that most only take four years to finish the curriculum. Already pushing it with a 29-year-old and a 25-year-old playing high school seniors, Glee creator Ryan Murphy announced that stars Cory Monteith, Lea Michele and Chris Colfer will leave the cast after graduating from twelfth grade at the end of the Fox hit’s third season.
“This is the hardest I’m ever going to work in terms of trying to be noticed and seen.”
“I never solicited myself as a singer until I realized I could use that to a musical standpoint. I loved musicals growing up.”
Rosie O’Donnell is expressing her displeasure over the casting of the plus size character Lauren, played by Ashley Fink, on “Glee”.