Gen. Wesley Clark
Turner Classic Movies does not mess around. When execs at the oldies-but-goldies channel needed an esteemed military expert to cohost its 100th anniversary tribute to World War I, they went straight to retired General Wesley Clark, a 34-year veteran of the U.S. Army and the Department of Defense. Yes, the General knows his movies! TV Guide Magazine spoke with Clark about TCM's 43-film marathon, which appropriately kicks off on...
Eight-time Oscar nominee Peter O'Toole, best known for his starring turn in 1962's Lawrence of Arabia, died Saturday in London after a long illness, The Associated Press reports. He was 81.
Born in Great Britain, O'Toole initially pursued a career in journalism and served in the British Navy before ...
Tiffany Dupont, The Bedford Diaries
If The Bedford Diaries and its ribald undertones prove to be too hot for WB (or, ultimately CW) to handle, Tiffany Dupont can remove herself from any blame. After all, the perky brunette plays Sarah Gregory, the show's good girl on campus. (As "good" as one who boinks her teacher can be.) TVGuide.com spoke to Dupont about being an angel amidst Bedford's hellcats.
TVGuide.com: Did you actually shoot Bedford Diaries in New York City? It sure looks like it.Tiffany Dupont: Yes, we did. We had a studio in Astoria, Queens, but were shooting on location at Barnard [College] and Columbia [University].
No friend of Oscar: Peter O'Toole as Lawrence of Arabia
Question: I'm just curious which actors have been nominated the most times for Oscars without winning.Answer: Peter O'Toole has been nominated for a total of seven best-actor Oscars — starting with Lawrence of Arabia in 1962 and most recently for My Favorite Year (1982) — and never won once. Among the ladies, Deborah Kerr received six best-actress nominations throughout her long and distinguished career, including nods for The King and I (1956) and From Here to Eternity (1953), but never went home with an Oscar. In the supporting categories, legendary character actress