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Published Date: 7/31/2014
Michael Ansara appeared in several of television's favorite series throughout his long, prolific career. He gained fame as Cochise in "Broken Arrow," went on to appear in "Buck Rogers in the 25th Century" and "Law of the Plainsman," and even provided a voice for...
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Published Date: 6/11/2014
Before DeForest Kelley died June 11, 1999, at 79, the actor known best for his portrayal of Dr. Leonard McCoy on the television series Star Trek told an interviewer he hoped his character's catchphrase – "He's dead, Jim” – did not appear on his headstone.
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Published Date: 5/18/2014
Every hero needs a good villain. Don't believe us? Just try to imagine Star Wars without Darth Vader or The Wizard of Oz without the Wicked Witch of the West... We're remembering some of cinema's best bad apples – and the marvelous actors who portrayed them – with a...
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Published Date: 3/9/2014
So many TV show casts couldn't function without one crucial character: the handymen (or handywomen) who tinker, fix, improve and sometimes cause a bit of damage to the spaces they're responsible for...
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Published Date: 3/7/2014
Paul Winfield died 10 years ago today. At a time when prominent roles for African-American actors were few and often unimpressive, Winfield showed the world just how great a black actor could be...
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Published Date: 1/16/2014
Actor Ted Cassidy's name is not instantly recognizable even by many people who consider themselves his fans. Most people knew him as "Lurch."...
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