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News Nuggets: Sutton Foster, Jesse Tyler Ferguson will announce Tony nominees

1 April 2013 10:46 AM, PDT | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

Emmy-nominee Jesse Tyler Ferguson and multiple Tony-winner Sutton Foster will announce the Tony nominations on April 30. Publicist Peggy Siegal gives us a behind-the-scenes look at Oscar weekend. Huffington Post Sebastian Junger, who directed the Oscar-nominated documentary "Restrepo" with the late Tim Hetherington, directs the tribute film, "Which Way is the Front Line from Here? The Life and Time of Tim Hetherington," which explores the dangers of battlefield journalism. It premieres on HBO on Thursday, April 18, at 8pm Et/Pt. Anthony Geary, Jane Elliot, and Kin Shriner discuss their years of work on "General Hospital," and Elliot explains the drama around her 1981 Daytime Emmy win. TV Guide -Addprediction:101:197:Click to predict Daytime Emmys:addprediction- WGA report reveals that TV writing staffs are still dominated by white men. TBS renews "Conan" through November 2015. Judges announced fo »

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Exclusive: Anthony Geary, Jane Elliot, Kin Shriner Dish the Golden Days of General Hospital

1 April 2013 7:33 AM, PDT | TVGuide - Breaking News | See recent TVGuide - Breaking News news »

Drinking! Deceit! Debauchery! And some of it even happened on screen. General Hospital was one wild and crazy place in the late '70s and early '80s under the command of the brilliant yet oh-so-lethal exec producer Gloria Monty. In honor of the ABC soap's 50th anniversary, TV Guide Magazine gathered three survivors of the era — good friends Tony Geary (Luke), Jane Elliot (Tracy) and Kin Shriner (Scotty) — for a raucous lunch near the Gh studio. Shriner shows up at the restaurant in a bright cherry-red shirt, the exact same color as Geary's pants. "How weird is that?" says Shriner. "If we put your pants with my shirt it would look kind of clownish." Says Geary with a laugh: "I hate to tell ya, but we're both halfway there now." Elliot, for reasons to be revealed later, is wearing a large smock. Geary orders pasta. Shriner and Elliot get the fish tacos, »

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General Hospital Q&A: Jane Elliot Talks Show's 50th, The 'Heady' Tracy Quartermaine

7 March 2013 12:12 PM, PST | Access Hollywood | See recent Access Hollywood news »

When Jane Elliot first hit the set of "General Hospital" in the late 1970s, she made a very big impression.

Hired to play Tracy Quartermaine, "this really hardcore, upper crust, educated in Europe, aging debutante," as Jane puts it, the actress stepped foot in her first rehearsal for the show with an independent flare. She had donned red, army surplus overalls, a T-shirt, and her hair was streaked blond, and permed.

"I was a little crunchy granola for the group and definitely the Quartermaine family," she said, recalling that first day in a new interview with AccessHollywood.com to ...

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