“I’m just trying to find a job. We’re back to the drawing board. It’s frustrating, it’s tiring. It’s desperate. You slightly lose your mind.”
The show will bow after six seasons and three back-to-back Best Comedy Emmy wins, allowing an exit while still on top.
“It’s every conceivable color – an actors dream role.”
“That’s a very distinct possibility. It’s looking good!”
With Carell’s final episode scheduled for late April, several high-profile actors have expressed interest is appearing on the NBC series.
“This is the hardest I’m ever going to work in terms of trying to be noticed and seen.”
“I feel like it’s grad school for me and I’ve learned so much working on this show.”
“The Normal Heart” tells the story of a group of friends who attempt to prevent doctors, politicians and the media from concealing the AIDS epidemic.
TIME Magazine says, “Quinn nails it! A polished act.”
Radnor is now a triple threat and his first film, “Happythankyoumoreplease,” became a favorite at The Sundance Film Festival earlier this year.
Saturday Night Live gives us the real Miley Cyrus and the fake Raven- Symoné (Kenan Thompson) teaching us how to act the Disney Channel way.
Reports say Sheen was making $1.25 million per episode, while Laurie earns around $400,000 per episode or $9 million a year for his work on “House”.
SAG President Ken Howard said he hoped the two unions would merge before next year’s awards ceremony.
Elizabeth Hurley will join the cast of NBC’s Pilot “Wonder Woman” as a villain.
’30 Rock’ guest star, Cristin Milioti: “They didn’t tell me Tina Fey was going to be in the callback, so I walked in and couldn’t speak. I cried afterward because I thought I had totally blown it”
The actress playing Abby, Cristin Milioti, made a huge splash in last weeks 30 Rock.
Jennifer Beals on coming back to series television with The Chicago Code, ride-alongs with the Chicago P.D., and what she thinks The L Word did for her career!
Baldwin adds, “the Oscars are different from other award shows in that some of these people are going to win this award and it’s going to shoot them into the stratosphere. It’s going to change their lives.”
Minnie Driver is headed back to the small screen. The actress has been cast in the new CBS pilot “Haily Mary,”
set to premiere this fall.
“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”.