Harry Shum Jr., who plays Mike on the hit show, still hasn’t gotten a chance to stretch his vocal cords in its two seasons.
“Always Sunny” Star Rob McElhenney on Gaining 50 Pounds: “I tried to look as ugly as possible, basically”
McElhenney decided to take on the fifty pound weight gain after watching other sitcoms and considering what It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia stood for.
Helgenberger’s character Catherine Willows will be phased out of the show while her character’s prominent role is taken over by D.B. Russell, a forensic scientist character who will be portrayed by television veteran Ted Danson.
When we last checked in on canceled ABC soaps All My Children and One Life to Live, which have been picked up by production company Prospect Park to be put online, Prospect Park was in the thick of negotiating with unions and on contract issues with the shows’ sizable cast and crew.
Darren Criss will make his Broadway debut in How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying this coming January 3rd.
Balfour chatted about getting into character in a show that has a shorter season than the average network television series, and therefore less screen time.
Eric Stonestreet on ‘Modern Family’ fans: “I hope they understand that I’m an actor playing a character”
Perhaps the only downside of Modern Family’s successful two-year run on ABC has been that the show’s Eric Stonestreet has to break the news that he’s not gay to disappointed fans of his flamboyantly homosexual character, Cam.
The main issue has to do with the overhead costs, including union fees.
Leighton claims that she and her mother never had such a predetermined arrangement in place, and that she did send $7,500 her mother’s way every month.
“It is a little weird that everyone else is going back to school and I have graduated. It will be interesting two weeks from now. I’m sure I’ll have some pangs.”
Cranston talked about first reading the Breaking Bad script and how he makes his anti-hero character so likable
Jane Lynch talked about finding inspiration for the many parts she’s played over the course of her 30-year acting career and how she delivers her lines so flawlessly.
“I like to make decisions based on things I’m interested in doing, not what seems like the next move in my quote-unquote career. I’m not trying to climb a ladder — I’m casting a bit of a net.”
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.
Primetime Emmy Nominations (with video); Melissa McCarthy’s reaction, Mad Men’s 19 nominations and more!
The 63rd annual Primetime Emmy Award nominees were announced this morning by Mike & Molly…
Nowadays, it would be hard to shake Ray Romano as he films scenes for TNT’s…
Melissa McCarthy is announcing the Primetime Emmy Nominations this Thursday and she’s a little freaked out about the whole deal.
David Strathairn on acting: “I tend to think there has to be a baseline of confidence in order to be an actor. Otherwise it’s too scary”
He loves to act because with each new role he feels he is forever learning something new.
James Spader made an appearance in The Office’s eighth season finale as a businessman vying…
Peter Facinelli is currently playing two very different types of doctors; Dr. Fitch ‘Coop’ Cooper on Showtime’s Nurse Jackie and vampire-turned-doctor Carlisle Cullen in the Twilight franchise.