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Robert De Niro interview about the 20th Anniversary of 'A Bronx Tale.'Vera Farmiga and Kerry Ehrin interview about 'Bates Motel.'James Spader interview about 'The Blacklist.'Pentatonix (Mitch Grassi) interview about 'Volume II.'
Sharon Corr interview about 'The Same Sun.'Demian Bichir interview about 'Dom Hemingway' and 'The Bridge.'Emblem3 interview about #Bandlife Tour.Little Mix interview about 'Salute.'
Collins Key interview about 'Neon Lights' Tour.Diego Luna interview about 'Cesar Chavez.'Bryan Callen interview about 'The Bryan Callen Show.'MKTO interview about 'MKTO.'
Billy Crudup and Guillaume Canet interview about 'Blood Ties.'John G. Avildsen interview about 'Rocky.'James Durbin interview about 'Celebrate.'Billy Joel interview about Madison Square Garden residency.
Joelle Carter interview about 'Justified.'Chloë Sevigny interview about 'The Wait' and 'Those Who Kill.'Jonatha Brooke interview about 'My Mother Has 4 Noses.'Lori Loughlin interview about 'When Calls The Heart.'
Cody Simpson interview about 'Paradise' Acoustic Tour.Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael Fassbender, Sarah Paulson, Lupita Nyong'o and Alfre Woodard interview about '12 Years a Slave.'Graham Nash interview about 'Wild Tales: A Rock and Roll Life.'

Billy Campbell and Jordan Hayes interview about 'Helix.'Idris Elba interview about 'Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom' and 'Pacific Rim.'Harry Lennix interview about 'H4,' 'Mr. Sophistication' and 'The Blacklist.'Brandon T. Jackson interview about 'Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters.'


Amy Adams-The Enchanted star goes back to old London towne in the old-school parlor comedy Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day.
Bryan Adams-The classic Canadian rocker returns with the new CD Room Service and a two-disk Anthology.
The Afters-A rock band combines the divine and the profane.
Shohreh Aghdashloo-The Iranian-born actress takes a hard look at life in the Middle East with The Stoning of Soraya M.
Jessica Alba takes us for a dive Into the Blue.
Alan Alda-One of our most-loved actors adds Resurrecting the Champ to his long, impressive resume.
Kevin Alejandro brings a new face to an established hit series as the new guy on Shark.
Sasha Alexander brings a sense of style to the coroner's office in Rizzoli and Isles.
Alien Ant Farm-A group of rock and roll survivors return to the fray with their third CD Up in the Attic.
Joan Allen-The acclaimed actress with two films coming out at the same time takes a break to talk with us.
Woody Allen-Goes home to New York for his latest film, Whatever Works.
John Altschuler and Dave Krinsky-Taking us for a look behind the scenes of King of the Hill.
American Gothic-Harvard historian Steven Biel tackles the most famous and relentlessly parodied painting in US history.
American Head Charge-Nu Metal heads chat with Bill Henhoeffer.
Tori Amos discusses her album Boys for Pele and her career.
Melissa Anderson looks back (yes, she still has her sight!) on a classic television past with her memoir The Way I See It: A Look Back at My Life on Little House.
Wes Anderson-The quirky film auteur gets animated with Roald Dahl's The Fabulous Mr. Fox.
Jennifer Aniston-Even though she's a couple of years removed from her Friends, her movie career won't be Derailed.
Gabrielle Anwar resurrects her career as a trigger-happy ex-girlfriend on the hit cable series Burn Notice.
Michael Apted-The respected director of the Up series of documentaries looks at British history with the film Amazing Grace.
Are Sitcoms Dying? A state-of-the-union on television situation comedies.
Katie Armiger-A young country thrush plays with fire on her new album Fall Into Me.
Lucie Arnaz-The actress and singer celebrates her famous parents with her new CD Latin Roots.
Tom Arnold-The comic actor gets very serious about his disturbing role in the indie Gardens of the Night.
Darren Aronofsky-The quirky director continues exploring the deep, dark corners of talent and fame in The Black Swan.
Kelly Asbury-The animated director takes a different look at Shakespeare with Gnomeo & Juliet.
Ed Asner-The legendary TV star hits the multiplexes with the art film Gigantic and the Pixar film Up.
John G. Avildsen-The director looks back at the creation of a cinematic champion, the original classic Rocky.
Burt Bacharach-One of the greatest songwriters of the 20th Century gets political.
Kevin Bacon takes on his most controversial role in The Woodsman.
Baha Men-The tropical group who let the dogs out sit down for a chat.
Candace Bailey-An actress finds a new life as a hostess for Attack of the Show.
Scott Bakula returns to television as one of the Men of a Certain Age.
Christian Bale survives life in a Vietnam prison camp in Rescue Dawn.
Eric Balfour tries to survive an alien invasion in the sci-fi horror movie Skyline.
Eric Bana-We keep our eyes on him in Closed Circuit.
Antonio Banderas-The actor pays tribute to his legacy by shedding light on the forgotten history of Spanish film.
The Bangles (2003 Interview) tell us about their first new studio album in fourteen years.
The Bangles (2011 Interview)-The favorite band returns with a fantastic new disk, Sweetheart of the Sun.
Adrienne Barbeau supplements her acting career with a new role as horror novelist as her third book Love Bites hits the stores.
Javier Bardem (2007 Interview)-The Spanish star releases three English films at once.
Javier Bardem (2011 Interview)-Chasing Oscar gold again with his new film Biutiful.
Barenaked Ladies-Canadian rockers discuss their album Stunt and how strange it is to be famous.
Ben Barnes (2008 interview)-The British actor joins Narnian royalty in The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian.
Ben Barnes (2013 interview) fights the supernatural in Seventh Son and discusses Narnia, the craft of acting, and how he’d love to work with J.J. Abrams.
Rona Barrett-The First Lady of entertainment reporting shares her view of Hollywood.
Fantasia Barrino-The former American Idol returns with her fourth album, Side Effects of You.
Basia-After fifteen years out of the public eye, a star jazz singer returns to the road From Newport to London.
Natasha Bedingfield takes the world by storm with her smash album Unwritten.
Julie Benz-A TV favorite goes all femme fatale in Ricochet.
Pablo Berger-A Spanish director gives the old classic fairytale Snow White an exotic twist with Blancanieves.
Jon Bernthal ponders what he would do with only thirty days left before going to war in Day Zero.
Bertell-The R&B singer is Goin' Hard for stardom.
Bo Bice-The American Idol favorite looks to prove he's The Real Thing.
Demián Bichir follows up his Oscar Nomination for A Better Life with feature roles in Dom Hemingway and The Bridge.
Michael Biehn (2011 interview)-An action movie icon gets down and dirty with grindhouse films Bereavement and The Victim.
Michael Biehn (2012 interview) tries writing and directing with the grindhouse feature The Victim.
Jessica Biel on the road from good girl to vampire slayer.
Craig Bierko-Hopes luck will be a lady for his Broadway revival of the classic musical Guys and Dolls.
Big Time Rush-TV's favorite boy band tries to Elevate their following.
Rachel Bilson leaves her home in The O.C. to be a bad girl in The Last Kiss.
Nadia Bjorlin-The actress burns rubber in RedLine.
Susan Blakely-Über-successful model and actress shares with us some memorable roles — the most important role being her amazing life.
Cate Blanchett-Takes a look at the dark side of school life in the psychological drama Notes on a Scandal.
Blessid Union of Souls-The 90s hitmakers return to the fray with the indie release Close to the Edge.
Neill Blomkamp-A South African director takes a hard look at our future in the sci-fi drama District 9.
Blue Öyster Cult-The mind behind the thinking man's hard rock band looks back on thirty years of playing.
Emily Blunt-The young British actress channels royalty in The Young Victoria.
James Blunt-How does he follow up one of the most recognizable hits of the last decade?  By totally changing up his sound on his third album Some Kind of Trouble.
Eric Bogosian-Actor, writer and concert performer discusses his career and the rise of the talkers.
David Boreanaz-The co-star of the popular series Bones investigates the show's success.
Darren Lynn Bousman-A horror filmmaker takes a look at the more spiritual side of thrills with 11-11-11.
April Bowlby takes her specialty for playing stupid women that we love to the hip cable comedy/drama Drop Dead Diva.
Bowling for Soup-The pop/punksters return with their latest spicy platter, The Great Burrito Extortion Case.
Danny Boyle (2007 Interview)-The renegade British director of Trainspotting and 28 Days Later takes another look at the future in Sunshine.
Danny Boyle (2008 interview)-The director shoots for Oscar gold with Slumdog Millionaire.
Alice Braga-The Brazilian actress spends some time in Lower City.
Benjamin Bratt (2009 interview)-An actor fights addiction with the popular series The Cleaner.
Benjamin Bratt (2013 interview)-A Hollywood favorite lends his talents to stark indies like his latest film, The Lesser Blessed.
Creed Bratton-Long before he became The Office's resident curmudgeonly oddball, he was a sixties pop star.
Andre Braugher returns to television as one of the Men of a Certain Age.
Abigail Breslin-The young actress is a real doll in Kit Kittredge - An American Girl.
Jordana Brewster-The actress is a real cut-up in Texas Chainsaw Massacre - The Beginning.
Jeff Bridges-One of the most underrated actors of modern history sings for Oscar gold in Crazy Heart.
Jordan Bridges-The third generation of a legendary show business family enters acting with Conviction.
Brit and Alex-The twin sisters leave behind modeling to strike a musical pose.
Josh Brolin and the cast and crew of Milk make a labor of love to remind us of an important but mostly forgotten slain politician and activist.
Jonatha Brooke turns personal tragedy into life-affirming art with My Mother Has 4 Noses.
Albert Brooks and Sheetal Sheth-Trying to bridge the cultural gap in Looking For Comedy in the Muslim World.
Marc Broussard-This Louisiana singer/songwriter takes us on the road to Carencro.
Julie Brown-The Homecoming Queen has an SUV now.
Kaci Brown-How does a nice, normal teenaged girl deal with becoming a pop star?
Sophina Brown-Bringing smart and principled intensity to James Woods' protegee in Shark.
Luke Bryan-The country singer will always be himself.
bryson_small.gif (14407 bytes) Peabo Bryson-The king of smooth soul love ballads discusses his latest album and his storied career.
Sandra Bullock (2006 interview), Toby Jones, Sigourney Weaver and Douglas McGrath do their own take on Capote with Infamous.
Sandra Bullock (2013 interview) tells us about life in space in Gravity.
Billy Burke-Takes us for a future ride in the first season finale of Revolution.
burrows.gif (50430 bytes) Tony Burrows-An intimate chat with one of the greatest unknown voices in pop music.
Tim Burton-Hollywood's most twisted visionary tells us about his Corpse Bride.
Steve Buscemi-Indie film's quirkiest leading man takes a road trip in Saint John of Las Vegas.
Gina Busch-Her starring role in the new indie film reveals that private eyes — they’re watching you.
Matt Bush finally gets his crazy college experience in Glory Daze.
Rose Byrne goes back into the land of the ghosts and demons with Insidious: Chapter 2.
Nicolas Cage-The actor looks to the future in Knowing.

Sir Michael Caine (2009 Interview)-A legendary actor looks back at his career and his film Is Anybody There?

Sir Michael Caine (2010 interview) goes back to the streets he grew up on in Harry Brown.
CAKE-The alt-rock survivors reach new heights with their Showroom of Compassion.
Bryan Callen-Stand up comic, actor, podcast host or modern renaissance man?  Why not all four?

Billy Campbell fights a pandemic in the Syfy series Helix.

Bruce Campbell-The king of B-Movies puts in a little beach time as the sidekick in the popular series Burn Notice.
Neve Campbell-The actress on her revealing role in When Will I Be Loved.
Laurent Cantet-A French Director opens eyes on education with the Oscar-nominated film The Class.
Al Capp-A biography takes a look at the dark side of a classic cartoonist.
Linda Cardellini-The ER nurse has three new movies coming out -- STAT.
Steve Carell (2005 interview)-This cult-favorite comedian finally nails it in The 40 Year-Old Virgin.
Steve Carell (2012 interview)-The comic actor takes an offbeat look at the Apocalypse in Seeking a Friend for the End of the World.
Belinda Carlisle-The post-punk princess opens up about her life, her vices and her secrets in her memoir Lips Unsealed.
Vanessa Carlton-The singer/songwriter pianist returns with a third album and a new artistic home.
Joelle Carter shows that her television stardom is completely Justified.
Rosanne Cash-The acclaimed singer-songwriter discusses her album Rules of Travel.
David Cassidy-Forty years on from The Partridge Family, the former teen idol reminds us why we think we love him.
Tom Cavanagh dishes on his character arc on Royal Pains, the possibility of an Ed DVD releases, pranking Mark Feuerstein and eating snacks.
Nick Cave-The singer/songwriter/actor/ novelist tries his hand at a screenplay with The Proposition.
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Charlene-The singer behind the iconic 1980s smash "I've Never Been to Me" writes about her sweet life in her autobiography.
Will Chase-Hoofin' it with the Broadway song & dance man about the new series Smash.
Jessica Chastain-Breaks out with her Oscar Nominated turn in The Help.
Don Cheadle (2004 interview) checks in with us about his acclaimed film Hotel Rwanda.
Don Cheadle (2011 interview) must deal with the world's most obnoxious policeman in The Guard.


Patricia Clarkson (2005 interview) and her castmates wish us Good Night, and Good Luck.
The Click Five-The power pop group rules the radio with "Just the Girl."
George Clooney (2005 interview) and his castmates wish us Good Night, and Good Luck.
George Clooney (2011 interview)-A superstar tops off a good year with The Descendants and The Ides of March.
Glenn Close-The legendary actress reaches for the Heights as she hangs up her Shield.
Joel and Ethan Coen-The maverick filmmaking brothers look back at the world of their childhood in A Serious Man.
Jessica Collins-The actress lives her life on The Nine.
Jennifer Connelly-The Oscar-winning actress takes a dip in Dark Water.
Rachael Leigh Cook (2012 interview) tries playing it tough in Perception.
Rachael Leigh Cook (2013 interview) changes our Perception of her as an actress.
Alice Cooper-The original shock rocker returns to his masterpiece with Welcome 2 My Nightmare.
Chris Cooper-The Oscar winning actor's role in Silver City is a strangely familiar-seeming politician.
Brady Corbet and Michael Pitt aren't playing around in Funny Games.
Sharon Corr-Steps out from her famous family group to take the spotlight with the solo album The Same Sun.


Marion Cotillard channels Piaf in La Vie en Rose.
Allen Coulter-The director takes a look back at a legendary show biz mystery in Hollywoodland.
Randy Couture-We get the smack down from the former MMA champ-turned-Expendables 2 actor.
Allen Covert-Adam Sandler's long-time collaborator steps out front with Grandma's Boy.
Cowboy Junkies-The atmospheric alt-rock band celebrates their twentieth anniversary.
Gabriela Cowperthwaite shines a light on the inner workings of SeaWorld in the acclaimed documentary Blackfish.
Caprice Crane (2006 Interview)-The new novelist has people talking with Stupid and Contageous.
Caprice Crane (2009 Interview)-The novelist / screenwriter talks about her new novel and her rebooting of 90210 and Melrose Place.
Wes Craven-The legendary horror film creator tells all about his career and his latest film, The Hills Have Eyes 2.
Peter Criss-The original drummer from legendary rock band KISS discusses his potentially deadly brush with breast cancer.
David Cronenberg the acclaimed Canadian film director has A History of Violence.
Billy Crudup returns to the mean streets of 1970 New York in the crime drama Blood Ties.
Tom Cruise-A superstar takes a different look at World War II in Valkyrie.
Burton Cummings-The former Guess Who singer returns to the road.

Justin Currie-The former leader of 90s hitmakers Del Amitri discusses going it alone with The Great War.

Adrianne Curry-The model-turned-reality TV star discusses her career and bagging her Brady.
Marshall Curry and Sam Cullman-Earn an Oscar nom for their look at a controversial protest group with If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front.
Richard Curtis-The king of romantic comedies looks back at his first love with Pirate Radio.

John Cusack channels a literary giant in The Raven.

Matt Czuchry reflects on life as a guy amongst Gilmore Girls.

Alexandra Daddario-The young actress takes on "polar opposite" roles in the horror drama Bereavement and the marriage comedy Hall Pass.

John Francis Daley - The Freaks & Geeks kid grows up and joins Kitchen Confidential.

Roger Daltrey-A legendary rocker stands up to fight teen cancer.

Tyne Daly and Sharon Gless-The stars of the classic 80s cop drama Cagney & Lacey return on DVD.

Claire Danes, Hugh Dancy and Mamie Gummer go back in time to share a very special Evening.
rondante1.gif (72070 bytes) Ron Dante-A pop music legend looks back at a long, varied music career.

Tony Danza-The actor takes a shot at teaching and writes all about it with I Want to Apologize to Every Teacher I’ve Ever Had.

Darren Daulton-The former baseball All-Star catcher has found a new calling.
Larry David and the cast of Whatever Works help to welcome Woody Allen back to to New York.
Alana Davis creates a brand new home for her music.
Dana Davis-Meet one of the new heroines of Heroes.
Geena Davis-An Oscar-winning actress takes a shot at a tiny indie film in Accidents Happen.
Rosario Dawson-The actress looks at the dark side of humanity with Descent.
Daniel Day-Lewis, Paul Thomas Anderson, Paul Dano and Ciaran Hinds warn us that There Will Be Blood.
Cécile De France must survive High Tension in her horror debut.
Mark Deklin is a man amongst good Christian bitches in GCB.
Julie Delpy-A conversation with the star and co-writer of Before Sunset.
Guillermo del Toro-The fantastical filmmaker goes back to a childhood favorite in making Don't Be Afraid of the Dark.
Dem Franchize Boyz-The group behind the hit jam "I Think They Like Me" sound off.
Dame Judi Dench-One of the greatest actresses of our time chases another Oscar with Mrs. Henderson Presents.
Catherine Deneuve and Chiara Mastrioanni-The mother-and-daughter actresses try something different with the Oscar-nominated animated film Persepolis.
Robert De Niro (2010 interview)-The Oscar-winning actor takes a small personal film with Everybody's Fine.
Robert De Niro (2014 interview)-The actor goes back to the old neighborhood to look at the 20th anniversary of his directorial debut A Bronx Tale.
Johnny Depp-the most esoteric superstar in the world takes on the children's classic Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Emily Deschanel-The good doc from the hit series Bones ponders nature vs. nurture.
Jenna Dewan (2006 interview)-The latest internet sweetheart shows off her versatility in Tamara.
Jenna Dewan-Tatum (2012 interview) tells us all about working again with her hubby (some dude named Channing) in 10 Years and almost nothing about what she'll be doing in the second season of American Horror Story.
Rosemarie DeWitt-The career of the star of the series Standoff is breaking out.
Leonardo DiCaprio (2004 Interview)-The superstar takes flight in The Aviator.
Leonardo DiCaprio (2009 Interview)-reunites with his Titanic sweetheart Kate Winslet in Revolutionary Road.
Andy Dick-The eccentric comic actor steps behind the camera as Danny Roane: First-Time Director.
Bo Diddley-The blues legend on music, civil rights, the state of radio and making hamburgers in Europe.
Brian Dietzen-The latest series regular on NCIS mans the morgue.
dishwa1.gif (306110 bytes) Dishwalla-Guitarist Rodney Browning says there's a lot more to these rockers than "Counting Blue Cars."
Pete Docter-The celebrated Pixar writer/director finds his career keeps going Up.
Aubrey Dollar  joins the Women's Murder Club in the popular TV series based on the best-selling novels.

Vincent D'Onofrio and Kathryn Erbe (2009 Interview) return to the New York City streets with another season of Law & Order: Criminal Intent.

Vincent D'Onofrio (2011 Interview) returns for the final season of Law & Order: Criminal Intent.

Donovan-The recent Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee looks back at The Essential Donovan.
Jeffrey Donovan (2010 interview) plays the coolest ex-spy in steamy Miami in the hit cable series Burn Notice.
Jeffrey Donovan (2012 interview)-Miami's toughest spy is trapped south of the border as the latest season of Burn Notice concludes.
Tony Dow-The artist formerly known as Wally on Leave it to Beaver takes up an new artform.

Robert Downey, Jr.-the acclaimed actor looks through A Scanner Darkly.

Hilary and Haylie Duff muse on living in a material world.

Patrick Duffy and his castmates give us the skinny on the reboot of the classic series Dallas.
James Durbin-An American Idol survivor Celebrates his latest release.
Sean Durkin-A first-time writer/director connects with a cult film about cults, Martha Marcy May Marlene.
Robert Duvall a Hollywood legend sits in on his own funeral in the film Get Low.
Jeff Dye-We get the stand-up comedian and host of MTV's Money From Strangers to Say Anything...
John Dyskstra-A special effects legend looks back on a 40-year career of creating dreams.
George Dzundza-the veteran character actor talks about his work on the TV series Hack and his career.
Bo Eason-The former Houston Oiler looks back at a life on the gridiron in the hit Off-Broadway show Runt of the Litter.
Clint Eastwood-The legendary actor/director looks back at an forgotten Los Angeles scandal with Changeling.
Aaron Eckhart finds the soul (or lack thereof) in a tobacco lobbyist in the satire Thank You For Smoking.

Megalyn Echikunwoke-The young actress segues from the popular cult series The 4400 to a new role as coroner on CSI: Miami.

Zac Efron and Nikki Blonsky get out the kinks in Hairspray.
Atom Egoyan tells us Where the Truth Lies in film direction.
Jesse Eisenberg (2009 Interview)-A respected young comic actor takes a chance at a quirky genre picture in Zombieland.
Jesse Eisenberg (2011 Interview)-We friend the young actor who plays the face of Facebook in The Social Network.

Chiwetel Ejiofor and the cast of 12 Years a Slave look back at a disgraceful time in American history.

Idris Elba-The acclaimed actor takes on his toughest role: Nelson Mandela.
Charles Eliasch-A young opera singer tells us about his Carnegie Hall debut.
Hector Elizondo-The long-time character actor joins a well-respected ensemble in Monk.
Linda Ellerbee-The best writer in TV news returns to the book stores.
Brooke Elliott helps to redefine beauty in the hip cable comedy/drama Drop Dead Diva.
Cary Elwes-The veteran actor defends The Citizen, a labor-of-love indie about the American dream. 
Emblem3 (2013 interview)-Takes the road to teen pop stardom with Nothing to Lose.
Emblem3 (2014 interview)-The popular boy group hits the road for their first headlining tour.
Nathan Englander-The novelist opens our eyes to The Ministry of Special Cases.
etheri1.gif (32907 bytes) We caught rock & roll star Melissa Etheridge just as she reached superstardom!
Evanescence-After five years out of recording, the band is back and rocking harder in their third, self-titled album.
Fabian-The former teen idol and Golden Boy of Bandstand is turned loose on a new millennium.
Peter Falk reflects on his career and The Thing About My Folks.
Dakota Fanning-She isn't the only child actress in Hollywood, it just seems that way sometimes.
Asghar Farhadi-An Iranian filmmaker gets Oscar love for A Separation.
Anna Faris-The comic actress takes charge in The House Bunny.
Vera Farmiga brings new life to film history's most infamous mother in Bates Motel.

Colin Farrell and Clémence Poésy deal with love and death In Bruges.

Fastball -Band leader Miles Zuniga tells us about getting back into the studio and back on the road.

Tom Felton-He spent his formative years as Harry Potter's archrival, now he looks at life after Hogwarts.

Joshua Ferris-An author takes a look at life behind the cubicle in Then We Came to the End.
Mark Feuerstein-The actor takes on the Hamptons as the doctor for the rich in Royal Pains.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler-The SNL vets team up to become a Baby Mama.
Finger Eleven-The Canadian rockers become our "Paralyzer" and we think we've been struck by them.
Colin Firth talks with us about The King's Speech and he doesn't stammer once.
Taylor Firth-Vaults from the figure skating rink into acting with Ice Castles.
Danielle Fishel-The former Boy Meets World starlet explores a new dimension in Gamebox 1.0.
The 5 Browns-Bringing a new generation into the classical music world with No Boundaries.
Five For Fighting - Lead singer John Ondrasik talks about his band and the hits "Superman (It's Not Easy)" and "100 Years."
Flickerstick leader Brandin Lea discusses life on the road and life on TV.
Florida Georgia Line-The young country group are gonna "Cruise" to the big time.
Dan Fogler and George Lopez grab comedy by the Balls of Fury.
Ari Folman-The Israeli director takes a difficult look back at an atrocity from his past in the Oscar-nominated Waltz with Bashir.
Alastair Fothergill and Mark Linfield-Take us on a jungle adventure with DisneyNature's Chimpanzee.
Fountains of Wayne-New Jersey's great pop rock hope opens up about making the leap from cult fave to hit band.
Jamie Foxx plays a living legend in Ray. Now he may become one himself.
Joe Franklin-We look back with the pioneering broadcaster who created the TV talk show.
Brendan Fraser-The actor tells us about acting in three dimensions in Journey to the Center of the Earth.
Stephen Fried-Twenty years after the death of supermodel Gia, her biographer looks back at her place in history.
Nick Frost (2007 interview)-The funny Brit behind Shaun of the Dead is back in Hot Fuzz.
Nick Frost (2011 interview)-Returns to his genre parody roots with the alien comedy Paul.
Nick Frost (2013 interview)-We hoist a few pints with the star of The World's End.

Peter Funt-Smile! He's talking about Candid Camera.
Neil Gaiman-The graphic novelist takes on the big screen with the adaptation of his epic Stardust.

Megan Gaiser-bringing computer gaming to girls with the incredibly popular Nancy Drew series.
Zach Galifianakis-Takes a serious look (kind of...) at mental health in It's Kind of a Funny Story.
Ginny Gardner-Becomes our favorite catfish on Glee.
Jennifer Garner-The popular actress takes a chance on the quirky Ricky Gervais comedy The Invention of Lying.

Brad Garrett-The comic actor looks at romance in two different genres.
Jennie Garth-The 90210 actress takes another path to the country with her web series "Garden Party."

G. Garvin-We grill the TV chef about his Cooking Channel series On the Road with G. Garvin.

Teddy Geiger-The new teen heartthrob debuts with the album Underaged Thinking and the TV series Love Monkey.
Sarah Michelle Gellar promises us that she doesn't hold a Grudge.
Richard Gere turns down the razzle-dazzle to star in the spiritual family drama Bee Season.
Greta Gerwig cleans up college in the quirky comedy Damsels in Distress.
Paul Giamatti-surveys the breadth of a complicated life with Barney's Version.

Alex Gibney (2007 Interview)-A documentary filmmaker takes a scathing look at torture in modern warfare with Taxi to the Dark Side.

Alex Gibney (2008 Interview)-The documentarian follows up his Oscar-winning Taxi with a gonzo look at Dr. Hunter S. Thompson.
gibson1.gif (44289 bytes) Debbie Gibson isn't just mama's little girl anymore.
Girl in a Coma-A rocking Mexican-American girl group crosses musical borders with Trio B.C.
Brendan Gleeson plays the world's most obnoxious policeman in The Guard.
Evan Glodell-A DIY film actor and director catches a buzz with Bellflower.
Judy Gold-The comedienne lives her life as a sitcom in the off Broadway one-woman hit The Judy Show.
Jeff Goldblum-The well-liked actor survives a death rumor and takes the reins of the series Law & Order: Criminal Intent.

Michel Gondry-A French director takes a look at Tokyo!

Zachary Gordon-Clues us in to the Dog Days of being the star of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid films.

Lesley Gore-One of the first teen pop heartthrobs comes out as a grown woman.
Ryan Gosling (2008 interview) falls for a real doll in Lars and the Real Girl.
Ryan Gosling (2013 interview)-Takes a devastating look at fathers and sons in The Place Beyond the Pines.
Mark-Paul Gosselaar has a little fun with the legal profession in Franklin and Bash.
Charlie Gracie-A rock and roll survivor looks back at fifty years of being fabulous.
Hugh Grant-The British superstar plays somewhat familiar, snarky reality show host in American Dreamz.
Macy Gray-A true R&B original returns with a great new CD, Big.
Steph Green-A short film director gets her shot at the big time with the Oscar-nominated "New Boy."
Melissa Greene-In the mid 1970s, she was poised to become a TV star and walked away.  Find out what came next.
Paul Greengrass-The respected British director turns a sympathetic eye on one of the most tragic days in history with United 93.
Joel Gretsch-Takes on the visitors in a remake of 1980s cult series V.
Michael Joseph Gross explores our fascination with the cult of celebrity.
Christopher Guest, Eugene Levy, Catherine O'Hara, Harry Shearer and Parker Posey take on the movies For Your Consideration!
Maggie Gyllenhaal returns to films after a two-year sabbatical to play an acclaimed role in Crazy Heart.
Kathryn Hahn-The Crossing Jordan co-star discusses her series, the movies and motherhood.
Anthony Michael Hall-The former Brat Pack star says goodbye to The Dead Zone and joins The Dark Knight.
Daryl Hall-The legendary rock and soul singer takes on a new medium - the internet - with "Live from Daryl's House."
Michael C. Hall-Cable TV's favorite serial killer takes a role in the ensemble movie Peep World.

George Hamilton-The best-tanned actor and reality TV dancing star in Hollywood has written his memoirs.
Christopher Hampton-the adaptation specialist gets an Oscar Nomination for his work on Atonement.

Herbie Hancock-The legendary jazz pianist goes off in new Directions in Music.
Chelsea Handler-The stand-up-turned-author gives us a tour of her Horizontal Life.
Michael Haneke-The acclaimed director discusses the tragic events which inspired his devastating Oscar-nominated film Amour.
Alyson Hannigan-The co-star of American Pie and Buffy the Vampire Slayer steps out in her own Date Movie.
Glen Hansard and John Carney reinvent the musical with Once.
Hanson-The pop phenomenon goes indie rock.
Curtis Hanson-The acclaimed director throws us another change up with In Her Shoes.
Marcia Gay Harden feels empathy for her conflicted character in Innocent.
Angie Harmon-Takes on another law and order role in the crime drama Rizzoli and Isles.
Valerie Harper-America's favorite upstairs neighbor steps onto Golda's Balcony.
Woody Harrelson-The actor continues his return to the limelight with the critically acclaimed drama The Messenger.
Neil Patrick Harris, Josh Radnor, Cobie Smulders and Alyson Hannigan-The stars of How I Met Your Mother go back to the bar that inspired the show.
Steve Harris-The Practice favorite returns to series TV in the cult drama Awake.
Bret Harrison takes over the controls of the sitcom The Loop.
Josh Hartnett returns to film after a few years off in the adventure Bunraku.
Anne Hathaway (2009 interview)-The star explores addiction and courts Oscar with her role in the indie drama Rachel Getting Married.
Anne Hathaway (2011 interview) dishes about One Day, Catwoman, soul mates, fairytales and avoiding spoilers.
Salma Hayek takes on a difficult new role in Ask the Dust.
Chris Hayes-The MSNBC policy wonk catches us UP on the Twilight of the Elites.
Michel Hazanavicius-The French director revives the silent film with the surprise Oscar fave The Artist.
Tricia Helfer-From supermodel to cyborg to spy - she lives out all our fantasies.
Chris Hemsworth takes on the world of a favorite comic book hero in Thor.


Jill Hennessy-The star of Crossing Jordan juggles being a new mother with a hit series.
Howard Hesseman and Loni Anderson-Two of the stars of WKRP in Cincinnati celebrate that seminal sitcom's DVD release.
Jennifer Love Hewitt puts us on The Client List.
Taylor Hicks-The blue-eyed soul man who became an American Idol sensation releases his major-label debut CD.
John Michael Higgins-A dramatic thespian takes on Hollywood's insistence that he be a wacky comic presence.
Madison Hildebrand-Brokers a fast-track real estate career into a reality TV stint.
Nichole Hiltz & Joshua Malina discuss the second season of the hit cable drama In Plain Sight.
Thomas Hine gets down and chronicles the seventies in The Great Funk.
Emile Hirsch takes a walk on the wild side.
Dustin Hoffman makes a little magic in Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium.
Philip Seymour Hoffman resurrects the celebrated author Capote.
Susanna Hoffs-The Bangles singer goes solo with the Sixties' love note Someday.
Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors-A rootsy family band teaches us about the Good Light.
Gina Holden-A self-confessed sci-fi nerd gets to live her fantasies in Flash Gordon.
Katie Holmes takes on a cult favorite in making Don't Be Afraid of the Dark.

Anthony Hopkins (2006 interview)-An acting legend breaks the speed barrier in The World's Fastest Indian.
Sarah Hudson - The singer gives us the Naked Truth.
Felicity Huffman-The desperate housewife takes a real risk with Transamerica.
Holly Hunter-This respected actress' career has Nine Lives.
Ian Hunter-The former Mott the Hoople frontman goes solo... again.
Timothy Hutton (2010 interview)-The actor positions himself for a third season of Leverage.
Timothy Hutton (2012 interview)-The actor proves he is not ordinary people in the fifth season of Leverage.
Ice Cube on the road from hardcore rap to Are We There Yet? and XXX2: State of the Union.
Enrique Iglesias heads back on the road for his Euphoria tour.
IM5-YouTube is helping to create the next massive boy band.
I Nine-a new rock band lives through "Seven Years of Lonely."
Jason Isaacs-Takes a tragic look back at the Holocaust in Good.
Frankie J-The singing heartthrob returns to the clubs with Priceless.

Alyssa Jacey (2006 interview)-an up-and-coming singer tells us about her music and her big plans.

Alyssa Jacey (2010 interview)-The young singer/songwriter celebrates her debut full-length album Here's to Change.

Brandon T. Jackson-The comedian goes all mythical on us in Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters.
Samuel L. Jackson takes on apartheid in this 2005 interview about In My Country.
Samuel L. Jackson (2008 Interview)-The tough-guy actor polices time and space in the adventure Jumper.
Gillian Jacobs-Finishes up another semester at Community.
Luc Jacquet-The French director introduces us to 30,000 friends in March of the Penguins.
Raza Jaffrey takes on city politics and the Great White Way in the popular dramatic series Smash.
Lovey James-A young YouTube favorite is making a bid for pop stardom with "Who You Are."
Tommy James-The sixties rocker is living the life in a new millennium.
Thomas Jane-We get raw with the Hung actor and comic mogul.
Allison Janney-The actress keeps herself very busy with the hit Broadway musical 9 to 5 and the new film Away We Go.
Famke Janssen-The actress moves behind the camera and gives us the lowdown on Bringing Up Bobby.
Courtney Jaye (2005 interview)-The new singer hits the road with Traveling Light.
Courtney Jaye (2013 interview)-Gives her best case for music stardom yet again with Love and Forgiveness.
Jay-Z-The rapper may be retiring as a performer, but that doesn't mean he is going to Fade To Black.
Jet-The Aussie rockers Shine On.
jewel.gif (178162 bytes) Jewel-Everyone's favorite Alaskan folkie discusses art, music and life's injustices just as her career explodes.
Billy Joel-The musical legend enters into a historic agreement with Madison Square Garden and we were there.
Scarlett Johannson makes the leap from art house movies to the blockbuster summer film The Island.
Angelina Jolie-The superstar goes behind the headlines in the tragic true story A Mighty Heart.
Doug Jones-The actor who has played such creatures as The Silver Surfer and Hellboy's sidekick takes off the makeup.
Rashida Jones (2012 interview) takes a shot at writing a romantic comedy with Celeste and Jesse Forever.
Leslie Jordan-The proudly out and about character actor celebrates over two decades of being Hollywood's go-to effete mama's boy.
Ernst Jorgensen-Protecting the musical legacy of the King of Rock and Roll.

Journey-The classic arena rock group targets new Generations.

Mat Kearney-The singer/songwriter avoids the sophomore jinx with his album City of Black & White.

Josh Kelley takes responsibility for his own vision with a new record label and a new CD, Just Say the Word.

Kem-A smooth jazz master gets intimate with us.

Gil Kenan-The first-time director takes you to a Monster House.
Collins Key brings magic up-to-date for a whole new generation.
Nicole Kidman (2005 Interview)-The busiest woman in the movie biz looks at The Interpreter and Bewitched.
Nicole Kidman (2011 Interview)-The actress looks at a family in mourning in the devastating drama Rabbit Hole.
Cheyenne Kimball-A young singer releases her debut album and lives on MTV.
Jimmy Kimmel-The talk show host wants to shake up the format.
B.B. King-The legendary bluesman looks back from the road on his farewell tour.
Perry King-A Hollywood survivor balances acting with real life.
Stephen King and Frank Darabont-The master of horror fiction and the director behind arguably his greatest film adaptations reteam in The Mist.
Sir Ben Kingsley has to pick a new role or two with Oliver Twist and A Sound of Thunder.
Greg Kinnear-A Hollywood outsider stands up for the little guy in Flash of Genius.
Christopher Knight-A member of an iconic sitcom family puts his real life on screen in My Fair Brady.
Keira Knightley (2006 Interview) shows us two sides of herself in Pride and Prejudice and Domino.
Keira Knightley (2012 Interview)-Finds love in the wrong time and place in Seeking a Friend for the End of the World.
Elias Koteas-The adventurous character actor takes a bite out of vampire lore in Let Me In.
krause1.gif (92386 bytes) Peter Krause and his co-horts in the cast of Sports Night prove that TV comedy doesn't have to be dumb.
John Krasinski-The actor shuts down the beloved TV workplace The Office.
Chantal Kreviazuk-We speak with one of the rare respected singer / songwriters who is able to keep her career in perspective to what is really important in her life.
Candace Kroslak-The former model puts on her acting shoes with American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile.
Nick Lachey-The 98 Degrees crooner shares his experiences and skills with a cappella aspirants with his return as the host of the fourth season of The Sing-Off.
Lady Gaga-A dance-rock diva pursues The Fame.
Jessica Lange-One of our greatest actresses reunites with her love in Don't Come Knocking.
Frank Langella-The acclaimed actor and Broadway actor brings his portrayal of a disgraced President to the big screen in Frost/Nixon.
Matt Lanter and Amanda Walsh revisit a classic with WarGames-The Dead Code.

The Lashes-Seattle's new pop hope breaks out with Get It!
The Last Great Fight-a new book asks the question: Was the Mike Tyson/Buster Douglas fight the end of the road for boxing?
Mélanie Laurent-A French actress takes on American film with Beginners.
Hugh Laurie and the cast of The Oranges give us a ride to suburbia.
Jude Law-A movie star is up for one of theater's most prestigious awards.
Christopher Kennedy Lawford (2005 interview) writes about his demons and his famous family.
Christopher Kennedy Lawford (2013 interview)


Jennifer Lawrence-The young Oscar-nominated actress discusses her role in the gritty and devastating drama Winter's Bone.
Joey Lawrence-The former teen idol returns to sitcoms with Melissa & Joey.
Rachael Lawrence loves making I Hate My 30s.
Laurence Leboeuf hits the road to help create a dream project in Foreverland.
Katie Leclerc-A young actress tells us about living with a hearing impairment and her popular series Switched at Birth.
We spoke with late actor Heath Ledger just as he became a star with the most talked-about role of 2005 in Brokeback Mountain.
Led Zeppelin-The rock and roll gods reunite (briefly) to share their personal farewell to their mentor, Celebration Day.
Ang Lee-The legendary director looks into dark corners in Chinese history in Lust, Passion.
Jason Lee tries on a whole new vibe in his return to series TV, Memphis Beat.
Spike Lee (2006 interview) chronicles the devastation of New Orleans in When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts.
Spike Lee (2012 interview) returns to his Brooklyn and indie roots with Red Hook Summer.

John Leguizamo, Katherine Waterston and David Ross take a jaded look at suburbia in The Babysitters.

Reichen Lehmkuhl-This modern-day Renaissance Man reflects on his action-packed career and how he is working to change the future.

Harry Lennix explores the world of Shakespeare in H4 and stars in the new hit series The Blacklist.

Julian Lennon-Returns to the music world with Everything Changes, his first album in 15 years.
Melissa Leo-The veteran actress courts Oscar buzz with Frozen River.
Tea Leoni-The quirky comic actress sinks to new levels in Manure.
Thunder Levin-The cracked genius behind Sharknado tells us about the crazy life of B-Movie spoofs.
Barry Levinson-The veteran director behind Diner, Rain Man and Wag the Dog goes low tech to make a political, ecological point with The Bay.

Eugene Levy-Canada's funniest non-comedian offers up his career For Your Consideration.

Richard Lewis-The famously neurotic stand-up legend finally comes to terms with his life and his career -- kinda...

Lifehouse hush those one-hit wonder whispers with their smash single "You and Me."

Alan Light-A rock journalist follows the unique road of Leonard Cohen's musical standard "Hallelujah" in the book The Holy or the Broken.

Toby Lightman-The soulful young singer talks about her debut album Little Things and single "Devils and Angels."
Matthew Lillard-The hip actor steps behind the camera with Fat Kid Rules the World.

Daniel Lindsay and T.J. Martin throw an Oscar Hail Mary with Undefeated.

Laura Linney-The two-time Oscar nominated actress takes on horror in The Exorcism of Emily Rose.

Lionel-Bringing humor and deep thought back to talk radio.
Robert T. Littell recalls his best friend, John F. Kennedy, Jr., in a new memoir.
Sharon Little-A Philadelphia singer/songwriter breaks out with Perfect Time for a Breakdown.
Little Big Town (2006 Interview)-A country foursome moves out of the "Boondocks."
Little Big Town (2007 Interview)-When we talked to them last year, they were taking a huge risk by going indie.  Now they've made it -- their way.
Little Mix-The British girl group follows up their hit debut album with a snappy Salute.
Ron Livingston-The comic actor takes a walk on the dark side of life with the drama Holly.
Tony Lo Bianco-A venerable Hollywood tough guy pays theatrical tribute to a legendary Big Apple mayor - again - with The Little Flower!
Lobo-We'd love you to want this 70s soft rock hitmaker.
Heather Locklear brings some new blood into Franklin & Bash.
Kenny Loggins and Jim Messina-A classic rock duo comes back together.
Lori Loughlin-Looks back at a world gone by in When Calls the Heart.
Patty Loveless-The country songbird goes back to her roots.
Low Millions-Adam Cohen, son of legendary songwriter Leonard Cohen, introduces his new group.
Josh Lucas and David Strathairn pay tribute to blacklisted writer Dalton Trumbo in a new documentary.
Derek Luke (2009 Interview)-The actor makes the leap from movies to TV on the ensemble drama Trauma.


Sidney Lumet-Sharing one of the final interviews with the ultimate film chronicler of New York life.
Diego Luna-The Mexican actor steps behind the camera to tell the story of storied labor pioneer Cesar Chavez.
Lumidee-The Spanish Harlem-born reggae-rap artist makes sure her music is Unexpected.
Melanie Lynskey-A favorite supporting actress takes the lead with Hello I Must Be Going.
Ben Lyons-The busy entertainment journalist applies old-fashioned family rules to excel in the digital age.
Tommy MacDonald-PBS's favorite woodworker gives us the Rough Cut on making furniture, whether your skill level is top of the line or IKEA.
Elle Macpherson-The iconic supermodel shows us what it takes to be a Fashion Star.
Joe Maddalena-The king of show business memorabilia talks about our love of collecting and his popular reality series Hollywood Treasure.
Joshua Malina chats about his career and being the new man on The West Wing.
Melissa Manchester looks back on forty years of recording with Playlist.
James Mangold-A director resurrects the Man in Black with Walk the Line.
The Manhattan Transfer celebrate 35 years in perfect harmony.
Joe Mantegna-The respected actor speaks about a career that has led him from Mamet to Joan of Arcadia.
Rooney Mara-The buzzworthy Dragon Tattoo actress shows a different side with Ain't Them Bodies Saints.
Karl Markovics and Stefan Ruzowitsky take a look at a different side of the Holocaust in The Counterfeiters.

Craig Marks looks back at the crazy days when MTV-Music Television still played music with the oral history I Want My MTV: The Uncensored History of the Music Video Revolution.
Garry Marshall and Doris Roberts-Two old comedy pros work at Keeping Up With the Steins.

Charlotte Martin-The singer/songwriter takes a walk On Your Shore.

Demetri Martin-A stand-up comedian gives the movies a try with Taking Woodstock.

Sir George Martin-The man behind the boards at Abbey Road with the Beatles reflects on a career of revolutionizing popular music.
James McAvoy and Keira Knightley look back in Atonement.
Jack McBrayer-We get a tour of 30 Rock's final season from Kenneth, your NBC page.
Jesse McCartney-The teen heartthrob grows up and gets funky with Departure.
Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr.-The sweet singing couple muse on love, music and one of the longest lasting unions in soul.
Eric McCormack (2012 interview) takes on a very different role to change our Perception.
Eric McCormack (2013 interview)-We have a meeting of the minds with the actor about the second season of Perception.
Mary McCormack (2008 interview) plays a tough Federale in the cable series In Plain Sight.
Mary McCormack (2011 interview) goes back into witness protection with the return of In Plain Sight.
Maureen McCormick-A former Brady sister has Gone Country.
Dylan McDermott-The former Practice lawyer goes undercover in Dark Blue.
Martin McDonagh-The controversial Irish playwright makes the jump to film with In Bruges.
Seamus McDonagh-He fought Evander Holyfield, now he takes on expectations.
Christopher McDonald-A consummate character actor returns to Broadway in the hit show Lucky Guy.
We take on Major Crimes with Mary McDonnell.
Malcolm McDowell finds a new twist on the world's oldest profession in Pound of Flesh.
Ewan McGregor (2007 Interview) courts a legendary children's novelist in Miss Potter.
Ewan McGregor (2011 Interview)-The actor reinvents himself yet again in the quirky comedy/drama Beginners.
Joel McHale (2012 interview) goes back for another semester in Community.

Joel McHale (2014 interview)-Returns to Greendale and sets about to re-piloting Community while getting a bit closer to six seasons and a movie.

Katharine McPhee follows up the most watched TV series in the world with a hit debut album and single "Over It."
Melanie-Look what they've done to her songs, ma.
Rue Melo-The multilingual singer inspires us to "Check It."
Eva Mendes-The stunning actress gives us the down low on her downbeat new drama The Place Beyond the Pines.
Debra Messing returns to series television with The Starter Wife.
Method Man-The Wu Tang Clan rapper gets high on acting in The Wackness.
Breckin Meyer (2008 interview)-The comic actor finds love and laughs in a Blue State.
Breckin Meyer (2011 interview) has a little fun with the legal profession in Franklin and Bash.
Ingrid Michaelson-The singer/songwriter finds new avenues to making her CD Girls and Boys a smash hit.
Sienna Miller (2005 Interview)- The British actress segues from the gossip columns back to the cinema -- where she belongs -- in Casanova.
Sienna Miller (2009 Interview) balances stage and screen and tries to solve The Mysteries of Pittsburgh.

Mint Condition-The veteran R&B group is back and Livin' the Luxury Brown.
Helen Mirren-Acting royalty plays The Queen.

Dino Misetic-An illuminating portrait of an artist as a young man.
Mix Master Mike-He's the fourth Beastie Boy and he gives us the down low on the fine art of DJing.
MKTO-Two best friends put together some "Classic" sounds to assault the pop charts.
Matthew Modine-The acclaimed actor goes full-metal digital with a new app and a stellar movie lineup including The Dark Knight Rises.


Gretchen Mol channels a pin-up Goddess as The Notorious Bettie Page
Eddie Money-A new tour and a hysterical Geico commercial have given the classic rocker two tickets to paradise.
Julianne Moore-The celebrated actress takes a look at the new American family in The Kids Are All Right.
Michael Moore-America's greatest documentary agitator takes on the HMOs in SiCKO.

Trevor Moran rides the YouTube express to stardom with O2L.

Kathryn Morris-The Cold Case star has a red-hot career.
Viggo Mortensen (2007 Interview) patrols the hard streets of the former Soviet Union in Eastern Promises.
Viggo Mortensen (2009 Interview)-Takes a tragic look back at the Holocaust in Good.
Anson Mount revisits the old West and the building of the railroads in the acclaimed series Hell on Wheels.
Nico Muhly-The classical musician is turning heads like Philip Glass and Björk.
Carey Mulligan-A young British actress courts praise in An Education.
Dermot Mulroney is honored for a life in independent film.
Dermot Mulroney (2012 interview)-One of the busiest men in Hollywood exposes a tragic condition in Asia in Trade of Innocents.
Vik Muniz-The acclaimed Brazilian artist talks to us about Waste Land, the Oscar-nominated documentary on his life.

Erin Murphy - She was one of the most beloved characters on TV when she was barely out of a onesie.  How do you follow that up, Tabitha?

Anne Murray-a legendary songbird discusses her career and her CD Duets: Friends and Legends.
Musiq Soulchild-The neo-soul singer hopes that you're still Lovanmusiq.
Mutlu-Bringing a new sound to Philly blue-eyed soul.
Graham Nash-The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame singer.songwriter tells us some Wild Tales.
Kathy Najimy-Actress, mom, activist; it's all part of life for the voice of Peggy on King of the Hill.
The Naked Cowboy-a Times Square fixture watches the world go past.
Anna Nalick-On the eve of her debut CD release she discusses Wreck of the Day.
Liam Neeson-The acclaimed actor discusses his role starring as sex researcher Alfred Kinsey.
Bebe Neuwirth-The Broadway baby and Cheers icon releases her first CD Porcelain.
New York Metro Vocal Arts Ensemble-bringing opera to the masses.
Andrew Niccol-The writer/director behind The Truman Show and Simone has a new vision in Lord of War.
Marisol Nichols has one hell of a day as the head of CTU on the popular action series 24.
Rachel Nichols (2011 interview)-Joins up the hit series to explore some Criminal Minds.
Rachel Nichols (2012 interview) chats up her favorite retro and her uncoming series Continuum and movie I, Alex Cross.
Lesley Nicol-Gives us a tour of the servants' quarters at Downton Abbey.
Matt Nix-A look at the man behind the scenes at Burn Notice.
Amaury Nolasco-The Prison Break star has broken into the ranks of Hollywood buzz actors.
noone2.gif (79155 bytes) No One-A look at a new metal group that is taking the music world by storm.
Edward Norton creates a labor of love with his movie version of W. Somerset Maugham's classic book The Painted Veil.
Dylan O'Brien-A YouTube phenom takes Hollywood by storm with The First Time and Teen Wolf.
Adepero Oduye-A young actress finds acceptance by playing a Pariah.
Gail O'Grady-From NYPD Blue to American Dreams to Boston Legal, the actress looks over a respected, varied TV career.

John O'Hurley-The sitcom icon (Mr Peterman!) throws us a bone about being the co-host of the National Dog Show.



Susan Olsen-Looks back at the odd pop-cultural hiccup which was The Brady Bunch Variety Hour in the book Love to Love You Bradys.
Omarion-A former boy band star grows up and take over his own music with Ollusion.
OneRepublic-It's not too late for the band behind "Apologize," one of the biggest hits of 2007.
wpe98178.gif (111335 bytes) Gregg Oppenheimer's new book helps to explain why we still love Lucy.
Orianthi-The Australian guitar prodigy takes the US by storm with her hit single "According to You" and debut CD Believe.
Stacie Orrico-After a short break to live her life, she returns to music and has a Beautiful Awakening.
Our Lady Peace-Helping us to stay Healthy in Paranoid Times.
David Oyelowo-An British/African actor breaks out in America with 96 Minutes and Red Tails.
Ellen Page-Breaks out as a quirky pregnant teen in the buzz comedy Juno.
Erik Palladino-The ER doc gets serious... talking about AIDS, faith, love and death.


Panic! at the Disco-We discuss sins, tragedies, vices and virtues with the popular band.
Mike Papantonio attacks the notion that intelligent political talk radio has to come from the right.
Parachute-A rock and soul band isn't Losing Sleep over its bid for stardom.

Mary-Louise Parker comes out of the Weeds to play the mom in The Spiderwick Chronicles.

Hope Partlow-Just because she's young, pretty and has blonde hair doesn't mean she's like Britney or Hilary.

Butch Patrick-America's favorite Munster finds a new haunt and new love.
patric1.gif (128733 bytes) Vincent Patrick-The tough-guy author of The Pope Of Greenwich Village talks about his long-awaited book, Smoke Screen.
Sara Paxton (2009 interview)-The young actress takes a sharp left turn in her career with The Last House on the Left.
Sara Paxton (2012 interview)-Continues her trek into horror while confronting her ghosts in The Innkeepers.

Sara Paxton (2013 interview)-Tells us about her adventures in independent filmmaking with Static, The Bounceback and Cheap Thrills.

Alexander Payne-a discussion with the man behind the camera on Sideways.
Mizuo Peck-The actress who plays Sacajewea in the popular Night at the Museum film series spends some time at a wax museum.
Simon Pegg (2011 interview)-Returns to his genre parody roots with the alien comedy Paul.
Simon Pegg (2013 interview)-We hoist a few pints with the comic actor at The World's End.
Kal Penn shows you have to be pretty smart to make silly comedies.
Sean Penn and the cast and crew of Milk make a labor of love to remind us of an important but mostly forgotten slain politician and activist.
Pentatonix-These young singers revive the art and popularity of a capella singing.
Piper Perabo-The actress gets to exercise her inner adrenaline junkie in the series Covert Affairs.
Pauley Perrette-chatting with the lab tech in the hit series NCIS.
Matthew Perry-Our old friend returns to sitcom stardom with Go On.
Philippe Petit-The daredevil who did a high-wire act across the World Trade Center towers finally sees his story on film in the acclaimed documentary Man on Wire.
Liz Phair-Alt rock figurehead or pop-rock heroine?  Why can't she be both?
James Pickens, Jr.-The veteran actor discusses his career and his TV  series, The Lyon's Den.
Wendell Pierce-The actor and philanthropist helps to raise up his hometown of New Orleans, with the documentary If God Is Willing and Da Creek Don't Rise, the TV series Treme and his own charitable acts.
Rosamund Pike-The British actress stretches out in the new films Barney's Version and Made in Dagenham.
Jada Pinkett Smith-Actress, businesswoman, rock star, mom...
Jeremy Piven-The hottest fictional agent in Hollywood pays tribute to his theatrical past.
PlayRadioPlay!-The one-man band breaks his way into the music business with a little help from MySpace.
Plug In Stereo-You know other people's versions of his songs, now hear his own music.
Eve Plumb-The artist formerly known as Jan Brady discusses her love for painting and her New York gallery debut "Bistro."

Amy Poehler (2010 Interview) and the cast of Parks and Recreation talk to us from the red carpet.

Natalie Portman (2006 Interview)-The actress ponders terrorism and politics in the dark parable V for Vendetta.
Natalie Portman (2009 Interview)-An actress helps to shine a light on the inner workings of Hollywood on the web.
Keith Powell-Gives us a two-fer about the final season of 30 Rock.
Laura Prepon-The That 70s Show alum grows up in The Kitchen.
Lisa Marie Presley steps farther out of her father's shadow with a second hit CD.
Tristan Prettyman paddles ashore to make her debut CD twentythree.
Richard Price (2004 Interview) -A talk with the celebrated novelist about his career and his book Samaritan.
Richard Price (2008 Interview)-The bard of the New York streets returns with a double shot - the new novel Lush Life and the final season of The Wire.
Freddie Prinze, Jr. and Mena Suvari learn about life by Brooklyn Rules.
Aidan Quinn-The veteran actor looks at immigration in the drama Dark Matter.
Colin Quinn- Comedy Central's Tough Crowd host talks about comedy, political correctness and surviving in show biz.
Ed Quinn-Turning heads as a complicated genius in the cult hit series Eureka.
Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint-The kids from Harry Potter speak.
Joshua Radin-The New York-based screenwriter/folk musican changes career paths from wanting to write movies to composing songs for them.
Josh Radnor-Have you met the star of the sitcom How I Met Your Mother?
rafkin1.gif (81320 bytes) Alan Rafkin-King of Nick at Nite talks of helming almost every show ever -- from Capt. Kangaroo to Veronica's Closet.
Francia Raisa-The Latina actress is chasing the dream in the latest Cutting Edge sequel.
Michael Rapaport-One of the busiest supporting actors in Hollywood takes the lead of the sitcom The War at Home.
David Rasche has a little fun at the expense of some well-known politicians in the dark comedy In the Loop.
Jim Rash (2012 interview)-The gender bending dean on the cult comedy Community won an Oscar - who'd've thunk?
Jim Rash (2013 interview)-Community's crazy Dean takes his Oscar and goes to a water park in The Way, Way Back.
Jim Rash (2014 interview)-The Dean sets about to re-piloting Community and gets a bit closer to six seasons and a movie.
Lisa Ray-The most beautiful woman in Indian film returns in Water.



Red Jumpsuit Apparatus-The band behind the smash-hit "Face Down" is taking it to the streets.
Carmen Reece-The new British diva takes us "Right Here."
Autumn Reeser-An actress takes off with two current TV series roles on Entourage and No Ordinary Family.
reid.gif (89456 bytes) Elwood Reid-A look at a man taking the long, strange road from the gridiron to literature.
Paul Reiser-Takes on a brand new role - himself - in his sitcom return The Paul Reiser Show.
Randy Rhoads-The late, great guitar hero is the subject of an elaborate new biography.
Jonathan Rhys Meyers-The Irish actor anchors director Woody Allen's return to form with Match Point.
Christina Ricci-continues her quirky career path as a young woman with a very odd attribute in Penelope.
Natasha Richardson-the actress faces mortality with her famous mother in the film Evening.
Robbie Rist-The musician/actor clues us in on beating the child star jinx.
Krysten Ritter-The actress takes on starring roles in movies and TV with Life Happens and Don't Trust the B---- in Apt. 23.
Tim Robbins and Derek Luke take on apartheid in Catch a Fire.
Chris Rock-The stand-up giant returns to the multiplexes in The Longest Yard and Madagascar.
Sam Rockwell (2008 interview)-The quirky actor takes a look at sexual addiction in Choke.

Sam Rockwell (2013 interview) and the crew of The Way, Way Back come of age at a water park.

James Roday and Dulé Hill psych us out with their popular cable series.
Krysta Rodriguez-The Broadway singer and actress takes us on a First Date.
Seth Rogen and James Franco take a wild ride on the Pineapple Express.
Mimi Rogers-The veteran actress takes on a new comic role on The Loop.
Henry Rollins on the life of a driven renaissance man.
Ray Romano returns to television as one of the Men of a Certain Age.
George A. Romero-The director who has made a specialty of saving us from the living dead goes back to his indie film roots.
Mickey Rooney-The longest-working actor in show business spends a Night at the Museum.
Rose Marie-The beloved actress looks back at life on The Dick Van Dyke Show.
Alison Rosen-A journalist breaks out as podcast nation's cute girl next door.
Rosey-An urban blues-rock chick from Connecticut makes the jump from behind-the-scenes to center stage.
Emmy Rossum-After taking on Hollywood and succeeding, the young actress shows her artistic range with her debut album.
Mickey Rourke-The actor looks at the fickleness of fame in The Wrestler.
Mark Ruffalo (2004 Interview), Peter Krause, Laura Dern & John Curran on the film We Don't Live Here Anymore.

Mark Ruffalo (2010 Interview) shakes up an untraditional American family in The Kids Are All Right.

Rumer-A British songstress crosses the pond to share the Seasons of My Heart.

Todd Rundgren-The acclaimed singer, songwriter and producer reflects on forty years as a pop/rock maverick.
Rush-Lead singer Geddy Lee talks about his music career and his parents' unique love story.
Geoffrey Rush-Films the unfilmable novel with The Eye of the Storm.
Keri Russell-The star of the cult-favorite TV series Felicity plays the lead in the new independent film Waitress.
Raphael Saadiq-The soul singer/songwriter and producer starts his own label.
Zoë Saldana-The actress goes to the islands looking for a safe Haven.
Hiroyuki Sanada-The legendary Japanese actor conquers the world with Helix and 47 Ronin.
Catalina Sandino Moreno-The Colombian actress scores in her first movie, Maria Full of Grace.
Peter Sarsgaard balances stage and screen and tries to solve The Mysteries of Pittsburgh.
Marjane Satrapi-The Iranian born French graphic novelist-turned-filmmaker returns with her second movie, Chicken With Plums.
Saving Abel-The band behind the hit singles "Addicted," "18 Days" and "Drowning" come out swinging.
Matt Sax-A theatrical triple-threat (actor, singer, songwriter) comes home to New York with his new musical Venice.
Julian Schnabel-The artist-turned-director gets an Oscar nom for The Diving Bell and the Butterfly.
Paul Schrader-The screenwriter looks back at the iconic film Taxi Driver thirty-five years later.
Liev Schreiber (2011 interview) takes a look at family life in Every Day.
Rebecca Schull-A sitcom favorite ponders life on the stage.
Martin Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, Vera Farmiga and William Monahan on The Departed.
Martin Scorcese (2012 interview)-The director looks back at the iconic film Taxi Driver thirty-five years later.
Lloyd J. Schwartz-Looks back at life behind the scenes at one of the classic sitcoms in his memoir Brady, Brady, Brady.
Tony Scott-One of Hollywood's busiest directors takes on a classic in the new version of The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3.
Secondhand Serenade-We fall for the singer/songwriter behind the smash hit single "Fall For You."
Kyra Sedgwick closes down another season of her popular series The Closer.
Jason Segel-The Freaks and Geeks veteran is flying high with the hit sitcom How I Met Your Mother.
Chloë Sevigny the cult fave actress continues her quirky career path with the film The Wait and the series Those Who Kill.
Amanda Seyfried and her cohorts bring the classic Broadway musical Les Misérables to the big screen.
Sarah Shahi mediates a beneficial settlement in the series Fairly Legal.
Shakira-Latin music sensation talks about her jump to international super-stardom.
Tony Shalhoub-The actor says farewell to his most famous character, the defective detective Monk.
Michael Shannon-The actor follows up his Oscar-nominated supporting role in Revolutionary Road with the noir drama The Missing Person.
Tommy Shaw-The STYX guitarist gets together with old friend Jack Blades to celebrate their Influences.

Michael Sheen-The famed British chameleon is taking on another real-life subject in The Damned United as well as becoming undead for the highly anticipated Twilight: New Moon.

Duncan Sheik-The 90s hitmaker reinvents himself as composer of the hit Broadway play Spring Awakening and the follow-up Whisper House.
Shirin-A British dance singer wants to join the likes of Gaga and Rhianna with 'Taking You Away.'

Shontelle-The island girl shows us her Shontelligence with the hit single "T-Shirt."
Mark Shriver-Looks back at his father Sargent Shriver with A Good Man.
Elisabeth Shue has a good time poking fun at her image in Hamlet 2.
M. Night Shyamalan-The suspense director discovers The Happening.
Gabourey Sidibe-Enters acting with the acclaimed drama Precious: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire.
Sarah Silverman (2006 Interview)-The outrageous comedienne provokes with her film Jesus is Magic.
Sarah Silverman (2010 Interview) returns with a third season of her surreal sitcom The Sarah Silverman Program.
Henry Simmons-The star of NYPD Blue and Shark helps bring Los Angeles a new theatrical playground.
Cody Simpson-The Aussie singer/songwriter strips (musically) down for his first acoustic tour.
Gary Sinise-The celebrated actor turns executive producer to help deliver a special documentary called Brothers at War.
sixpence.jpg (21732 bytes) Sixpence None the Richer 1999 Interview-Leigh Nash discusses her band and the catchiest single of 1999.
Sixpence None the Richer 2002 Interview-Singer Leigh Nash sits back down with us to discuss the album Divine Discontent.
Smash Mouth-The 90s alt rock All Stars return to the studio with their first album in six years, Magic.
Dallas Smith-The hit post-grunge former lead singer of Default goes country with "Tippin Point".
The Smithereens celebrate 30 years of rocking the house.
Phoebe Snow-The classic chanteuse behind "Poetry Man" overcomes tragedy to return to the stage.
Jill Sobule on her experience as an artist in the crazy world of the music business.
Kevin Spacey takes a wry look at modern politics with Casino Jack.
James Spader gives us some insight into The Blacklist.
Rick Springfield-The 80s hitmaker looks back at superstardom and his lifelong battle with depression in his memoir Late, Late at Night.
John Stamos brings new blood to the long-running series ER.
Ryan Star-His name isn't the only thing predicting success for this rocker and his album 11:59.
Jason Statham-The tough Brit doesn't play it Safe with us.
Jake Steinfeld-The fitness guru wants to put you in business with his latest book.
Nicole Steinwedell fesses up on how a side job as a school tutor opened the door for a role on the TV series The Unit.
Shadoe Stevens-Behind the scenes with one of the greatest voices in show biz.
Patrick Stewart-The king of the franchises returns for X-Men: The Last Stand.
Peter Stickles-Takes a bite out of acting in The Lair.
Julia Stiles-Takes a dark look at marriage and friendship in Between Us.
Ben Stiller-A superstar goes behind the scenes with Submarine.
Fred Stoller-The professional nebbishy guy next door looks back at his acting career with Maybe We'll Have You Back: The Life of a Professional TV Guest Star.
Curtis Stone-Talk about dream jobs, he gets paid to pick women up in grocery stores and take them home in The Take Home Chef.
Joss Stone-The young British soul thrush checks in to chat about  her debut album.
Sharon Stone returns to the role that made her infamous in Basic Instinct 2.
Steven Strait goes way back in time as the hero in the action/adventure 10,000 BC.
Meryl Streep (2007 Interview) brings humanity to the boss from Hell in The Devil Wears Prada.
Meryl Streep (2010 Interview) our greatest actress channels a legendary chef and TV star in Julie and Julia.
Wes Studi-The acclaimed Native American actor takes on two very different projects, the small labor of love The Only Good Indian and the blockbuster hit Avatar.

Jim Sturgess (2008 Interview)-A British actor beats the house as a MIT-trained gambling prodigy in 21.

Jim Sturgess (2011 Interview) falls in love over the decades in One Day.

Sugar Ray-A popular 90s hitmaker returns after six years off the recording scene with the CD Music for Cougars.
Donald Sutherland, Rachel Hurd-Wood, James D'Arcy and Courtney Solomon survive An American Haunting.
Hilary Swank-The Oscar-winning actress picks up more buzz with Million Dollar Baby.
D.B. Sweeney-The actor steps behind the camera with Two Tickets to Paradise.
Matthew Sweet-Celebrates 20 years with his Girlfriend.
Switchfoot-This up-and-coming band talks about their major label debut.
Sybil Exposed-Think you know the story of the 1973 mega-best seller Sybil?  Think again!
Audrey Tautou-We have a rendezvous with the star of Amelie and A Very Long Engagement.
Juno Temple tells us about being a Dirty Girl.
Theory of a Dead Man-A Canadian  rock band hits it big in the States with the singles "Bad Girlfriend" and "Not Meant to Be."
Charlize Theron and AnnaSophia Robb take a hard look at real life in Sleepwalking.
Rob Thomas-The voice of Matchbox Twenty goes it alone with Something to Be.
Billy Bob Thornton gives his own take on a classic with the remake of The Bad News Bears.
Three Dog Night-The biggest hit machine of the Nixon era celebrates a return to the charts.
Tanita Tikaram-The respected British singer/songwriter returns to American shores for the first time in over 15 years with Can't Go Back.
Justin Timberlake, Emile Hirsch, Ben Foster, Anton Yelchin and Shawn Hatosy decide who is the Alpha Dog.
Marisa Tomei steals her scenes in the high-powered drama Before the Devil Knows You're Dead.
Daniel Tosh-A look into the quirky mind of a stand-up comedian.
Toto-A supergroup of some of the biggest session men in 70s and 80s rock celebrates 35 years as a band.
Fernando Trueba illustrates the history of jazz with the Oscar-nominated Chico & Rita.
The Tubes-A legendary theatrical pop/punk band hits the road again.
Stanley Tucci reunites with Meryl Streep as the man behind a legendary chef and TV star in Julie and Julia.
KT Tunstall-The Scottish singer keeps her Eye to the Telescope as she reaches for the stars.
Scott Turow-The master of the legal thriller revisits his most famous characters in Innocent.
The Turtles-Almost 50 years into their career, a classic pop band is still "Happy Together."
Liv Tyler and Scott Speedman live out a rural nightmare in The Strangers.
Liv Ullmann-The legendary actress looks back at her artistic and personal partnership with Ingmar Bergman.
Carrie Underwood-This self-acknowledged sweet country girl has become our idol.
United Stages-Helping to keep off-off-Broadway viable.
Lee Unkrich-Helps us relive our childhood while closing out the Toy Story saga.
Usher-The R&B superstar gets In the Mix of moviemaking.
Us3-The jazz hip-hop collective returns with more of their flip fantasia.
Brooke Valentine-Lil Jon's protégée chases music stardom with "Girl Fight."
Wilmer Valderrama (2006 interview)-The That 70s Show favorite takes time out of his busy social life to make a splash in the movies with Unaccompanied Minors and Fast Food Nation.
Wilmer Valderrama (2012 interview)-The That 70s Show vet takes up against bullying with a new charitable initiative.
Frankie Valli-The original Jersey Boy releases his first new album in 28 years.
vee.gif (62721 bytes) Bobby Vee-Taking a look backwards with a 60s singing rage as he hits the comeback trail.
Jaci Velasquez sings for her life, her beliefs, beauty and grace.
Tom Verica-The American Dreams dad's long road to Hollywood took him back to Philadelphia.
A Very Brady Musical-Lloyd Schwartz and Hope Juber give a new twist to the family business.
Mark Wahlberg returns to the streets in Four Brothers.
John Waite-The great pop singer returns with Live All Access.
Christopher Walken-The sanest man in Hollywood on his film Around the Bend.
Benjamin Walker becomes the latest great white hope for the Great White Way with the hit Broadway musical Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson.
Stephen Walker-A documentary filmmaker looks at aging and comes away feeling Young@Heart.
Quvenzhané Wallis-The youngest Oscar nominee ever takes on Beasts of Southern Wild.
The Wallflowers-Jakob Dylan and the boys are Glad All Over to be releasing their first album in seven years.
John Walter-The documentary filmmaker looks at the link between theater and war through the eyes of Bertold Brecht and Meryl Streep.
Christoph Waltz-The Austrian actor continues to thrill in his second Tarantino film Django Unchained.
Wang Chung-The band that was "Abducted by the 80s" is now taking on the new millennium with Tazer Up!
The Wanted chat with us backstage at Jingle Ball 2012.
Patrick Warburton-The manly star of the sitcom Rules of Engagement is looking to stretch out.
Steve Ward (2009 interview) gives relationship boot camp on the popular VH1 series Tough Love.
Steve Ward (2012 interview)-The host of the hit VH1 series Tough Love: New Orleans shows us that it's cruel to be kind.
Chris Warren, Jr.-The High School Musical co-star submerges himself in a new role and returns to a beloved older one.
Denzel Washington and Russell Crowe take a look at opposite sides of the law in American Gangster.
Mia Wasikowska-Takes on her second iconic literary role in just over a year as the lead in Jane Eyre.
Ken Watanabe-Takes a look at World War II from the other side in Clint Eastwood's Letters from Iwo Jima.
Dale Watson-Forget what you're getting spoon-fed by Nashville. This is country music.
Naomi Watts-Jumps into some very big footsteps playing the damsel in distress in King Kong.
Sigourney Weaver strays from the Hollywood system to make thoughtful films like Imaginary Heroes.
webb1.gif (60428 bytes) Jimmy Webb (1999 Interview)-Classic tunesmith's book looks at the crazed world of professional songwriting.
Jimmy Webb (2010 Interview)-The legendary singer/songwriter returns with a new album with the help of some friends.
chucke.gif (123181 bytes) Chuck E. Weiss-Legendary LA hipster discusses his first new album released in eighteen years.
Rachel Weisz-The actress explores her social conscience in The Constant Gardener.
Chris Weitz-A big time director visits LA's ignored neighborhoods in A Better Life.
Dawn Wells-Who knew that a three-hour tour would end up lasting almost 50 years now?  One of two potential answers to one of the great debates of modern life (Ginger or Mary Ann?) sure didn't know, but is glad it happened.
Tyrone Wells-Soulful rocker leaves the indies behind and asks us "What Are You Fighting For?"
Jennifer Westfeldt-The writer, director and star lets us in on some secrets about Friends with Kids.
Jerry Wexler-The man who coined the term "rhythm and blues" looks back on a career of classic rock and soul.
Forest Whitaker-Hollywood's best-kept acting secret finally catches Oscar's eye with The Last King of Scotland.
Matt White-The young singer-songwriter looks forward to his Best Days.
Wayne White-The cracked genius artist behind Pee Wee's Playhouse shows us that Beauty is Embarrasing.
The Wiggles-We catch up with the Beatles of the preschool set.
Barry Williams-Here's the story of a guy who played Greg Brady.
Michelle Williams (2011 Interview) sheds her inhibitions in Blue Valentine.
Michelle Williams (2012 Interview) channels an icon in My Week with Marilyn.
Robin Williams hits the road in the family comedy RV.
Bruce Willis refuses to be a Hostage to life in Sin City.
Dan Wilson-After two decades of great pop-rock, the Grammy winning singer/songwriter finally releases his solo debut album Free Life.
Mary Wilson-The supremely talented girl group pioneer is still making great music.
Patrick Wilson fights off evil spirits in The Conjuring and Insidious: Chapter 2.
Rainn Wilson (2005 Interview) lets us in on Office politics and the cult hit comedy.
Rainn Wilson (2008 Interview)-America's favorite annoying Office drone gets to do his solo in The Rocker.
Henry Winkler-A TV icon takes his act to the beach on Royal Pains.
Kate Winslet (2008 Interview)-Goes to new depths in the heartbreaking film The Reader.
Kate Winslet (2009 Interview)-reunites with her Titanic sweetheart Leonardo DiCaprio in Revolutionary Road.
Ray Winstone plays an Epic CGI warrior in Beowulf.
Alicia Witt-A well-known actress follows her muse to give her talent at singing a try.
Elijah Wood, Liev Schreiber and Eugene Hutz reflect on Everything is Illuminated.
Evan Rachel Wood-The young starlet goes bad in Pretty Persuasion.
Woody Woodmansey-The former Spider from Mars drummer opens a new chapter in music with the all-drums trio 3-D.
Lucy Woodward (2008 interview)-The jazzy chanteuse has us Hot and Bothered.
Lucy Woodward (2012 interview)-Catching up with the latest news from our fave chanteuse
Tom Wopat-This good ol' boy left Hazzard County behind for the lights of Broadway.
Noah Wyle returns to series TV with Steven Spielberg's sci-fi vision Falling Skies.
"Weird Al" Yankovic-Pop music's parody king reflects on a life of being "White and Nerdy."
Amy Yasbeck-The actress writes a book about her relationship with her beloved late husband, With Love and Laughter, John Ritter.
Renee Zellweger, Ewan McGregor, Emily Watson and Chris Noonan on Miss Potter.
Catherine Zeta-Jones and Aaron Eckhart have No Reservations about telling us all about their new romantic comedy.
Ziyi Zhang-talking martial arts with the star of Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, Hero and House of Flying Daggers.
The Zombies-A British invasion group comes back with their finest music ever.
Anthony E. Zuiker-The mind behind CSI looks to reinvent the reading experience with Dark Prophecy.

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