Human Stories, Boldly Told
My first attempt to meet him turned out to be a cover story for my parents' messy split. Thirty years later, I decided to find Pee-wee on my own terms.
After nearly dying while filming “The Wizard of Oz,” Margaret Hamilton spent the rest of her career trying to escape her evil character’s long shadow.
How I built a lucrative career (and gradually sold my soul) playing caricatures of awful white dudes on black TV shows.
As an extra I’ve played the role of “Asian Pedestrian” over and over again. I’ve been waiting for Hollywood to change, but am I part of the problem?
From hypodermic needles to hallway ghosts, plus-size models to rockstar hopefuls, every room and resident in one Tinseltown tenement is almost famous.
Bill Cosby was outraged about working with white stunt doubles who were “painted down.” Half a century and many bumps and bruises later, a veteran crew of black stuntmen have...
Most think of acting as a young person’s pursuit, but granny rappers and sexy retirees are hot right now.
The smiling, screaming audience on your favorite daytime show might not be so ecstatic after all.
An eighty-year-old mechanic with a fleet of custom dune buggies is Hollywood’s ticket to off-road perfection.
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