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Rob Lowe is no stranger to "The West Wing," and this year he'll return to Hollywood's depiction of the Oval Office in National Geographic's "Killing Kennedy."
The actor didn't have to fight hard for the titular role of President John F. Kennedy, as the production team "came to me," Lowe told CNN. "I was flattered."
You know it's hard out here for a hyphen.
Once it became widely known that the artist formerly known as "Jay-Z" had dropped the hyphen and gone to ALL CAPS, that meant said hyphen was no longer being employed.
In case it wasn't obvious that Bryan Cranston is a man who loves his job, the actor has a tattoo to prove it.
At the Los Angeles premiere for "Breaking Bad's" final season on Wednesday, Cranston showed off the "Breaking Bad"-inspired ink he's gotten on the inside of his right ring finger.
On CBS' "Late Show with David Letterman" Wednesday, Jason Sudeikis confirmed that he's officially leaving "Saturday Night Live."
The 37-year-old comedic actor has hinted that a departure was imminent, and on Wednesday night he told Letterman that he's "definitely done."
There's a simple explanation behind the nearly nude self-portrait Geraldo Rivera shared with the world over the weekend, and it isn't vanity.
No, the TV personality has admitted that he's a survivor of tequila regret - a.k.a., the morning after realization that you should by no means operate digital devices while under its influence.
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