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The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson

Network: CBS

Episodes: 2,027 (hour)

Seasons: 10

TV show dates: January 3, 2005 -- December 19, 2014

Series status: Ended

Performers include: Craig Ferguson, Richard Malmos, James Adomian, Philip McGrade, Josh Robert Thompson, Joseph Bolter, Ryan McGowan, and Shadoe Stevens (announcer).

TV show description:

A late-night variety show starring TV's Craig Ferguson, a comedian best known for his previous role on The Drew Carey Show.

Each episode features Ferguson's largely improvised monologues and interviews with celebrities from movies, television and other areas of pop culture. (more…)
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Amber Stevens Marries Former Greek Costar Andrew J. West: Wedding Photos

Amber Stevens Marries Former Greek Costar Andrew J. West: Wedding Photos
It happened Greek fans! Former costars Amber Stevens and Andrew J. West tied the knot in L.A. on Friday, Dec. 5, his rep confirms to Us Weekly. Stevens wore a Cb Couture dress for her special day as West donned a J.Crew tux. The newlyweds and their guests noshed on a cake by Cake and Art in West Hollywood and their flower were provided by Fleur de Rye. Leading up to the big day, Stevens posted a throwback Instagram picture of her parents, radio announcer Shadoe Stevens [...]
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Amber Stevens Marries Andrew J. West

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Amber Stevens Marries Andrew J. West
From Greek life to domestic life, onscreen love interests Amber Stevens and Andrew J. West are now real-life husband and wife! The actors wed Friday evening at the Carondelet House in Los Angeles, their rep confirms to People exclusively. "I could not imagine a better send-off into the rest of our lives together. Amber was beaming all night," West, 31, tells People. "We were surrounded by so much love." Adds Stevens, "It was the most magical night of my life. I wish I could rewind and play it again, but I'm so looking forward to our future together." The pair met
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Is Former Glee Star Charice Thinking About Transitioning to Become a Male? Watch Now

Is Former Glee Star Charice Thinking About Transitioning to Become a Male? Watch Now
Charice Pempengco's new look is sparking some questions. The former Glee star reunited with Oprah Winfrey for an upcoming episode of Where Are They Now?, and the show host, who hadn't seen Charice since 2010 when they spoke about her single "Pyramid," did what she does best by asking the big question on many people's minds—"Were you thinking about transitioning to become a male?" Of course, the teaser clip for the episode—which airs this Sunday at 9 p.m. and also features Carmen Electra, radio and TV personality Shadoe Stevens and singer Macy Gray—doesn't offer the viewer any more than that tiny bit. Sigh. Charice, sporting a blond buzz cut and black...
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Shadoe Stevens Remembers Casey Kasem: A 'Genuine Man' in a 'Cynical World'

Shadoe Stevens Remembers Casey Kasem: A 'Genuine Man' in a 'Cynical World'
Shadoe Stevens, who took over the American Top 40 mantle from Casey Kasem in 1989, says the late DJ was genuinely the likeable guy you heard on the radio. Photos Casey Kasem Through the Years "It's a cynical world, and cynicism has become the mark of intellectual sophistication. Somehow everyone has to be hipper than everyone else," Stevens tells The Hollywood Reporter. "He wasn't any of that. He wasn't mean-spirited. He wasn't self-important. He was a genuine, nice man and kind." Kasem died Sunday at 82.  Stevens says Kasem really meant what he said in

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Behind the scenes at 'Hip-Hop Squares' with Nick Cannon and Biz Markie

Behind the scenes at 'Hip-Hop Squares' with Nick Cannon and Biz Markie
Tonight, MTV2 will pull back the curtain on Hip-Hop Squares, the new rap-centric reboot of the classic game show Hollywood Squares. For those who never had the pleasure of watching the likes of Shadoe Stevens or Jim J. Bullock riff in syndication, the show goes a little something like this: The host (in this case New York radio DJ Peter Rosenberg) asks a question of one of nine celebrities, who are positioned on a massive upright Tic-tac-toe board, and each contestant chooses whether or not to agree with the celeb’s response. If they’re correct, they “win” the square.
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A Guide To The Real Househusbands: From Hot To Not

Much ballyhoo is made over the ever-changing appearance of our beloved Bravo Real Housewives. But never before have the Househusbands from the various locales been put up against one another in a no holds barred Hotness Ranking. Well that all chances today. Presenting Bwe.tv’s A Guide To The Real Househusbands, Ranked From Hot To Not. Most every husband or boyfriend from all the seasons — Orange County, New York, New Jersey, Atlanta, even D.C. — have been included. The only season we turned a blind eye to was Miami, because really, no one should have to think about that season. (And I’m a Miami native, so I should know.) So prepare to be turned on, and then slowly but increasingly turned off, as we rank the Real Househusbands from Hot To Not. Things are about to get extremely controversial. Mauricio Umansky Housewife: Kyle Richards Season: The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
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Five Things to Look Forward to at the 2011 Seattle Film Festival

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Five Things to Look Forward to at the 2011 Seattle Film Festival
It would be easy to call the Seattle Film Festival a "best of fest," a collection of the world's most impressive films culled from nearly every festival that happened since the 36th edition of the festival ended last June. In purely relative terms, Seattle doesn't boast a ton of world premieres amongst the 441 films they'll show during the next 25 days, though Siff definitely has more than most other festivals half their size. Instead, they bring the world to their doorstep with an unparalleled array of international and regional cinema that makes it a rare and precious event unto itself. Unfortunately, I have just a weekend in Pacific Northwest, where I'll be reporting from over the next week, but given the amount of films we've already seen at other festivals, we can certainly make some recommendations for the fest, which kicks off tonight with a premiere of the drama "The First
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Forgotten Action Cinema: Traxx

Pumping Iron” producer Jerome Gary’s undeniably goofy 1988 action/farce “Traxx” is typical De Laurentiis buffoonery fueled by radio and voice personality Shadoe Stevens, the man responsible for introducing comic genius Craig Ferguson on The Late Show each and every weeknight on CBS. The film, a spoof of testosterone-driven Rambo-esque vigilante flicks from the 80′s, follows the violent misadventures of former trigger-happy commando Traxx (Stevens), a man who has given up the blood and guts racket for the culinary arts, in particular the creation and distribution of unusual homemade cookies. However, when the man’s baked goods business doesn’t take off the way he’d hoped, Traxx takes a job as a small-town crime exterminator to help fund his quest to create the perfect cookie. Sound ridiculous? Of course it is. “Traxx” packs more shoot-outs, explosions, cliches, and cheesy one-liners into its slim 88 minutes than the entire Pm Entertainment filmography combined.
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Exclusive: Greek Dad Comes from A Different World

Cyprus-Rhodes student Ashleigh Howard's pop is no less than Hillman College grad Dwayne Wayne.

Kadeem Hardison, who played Dwayne on the Cosby Show spin-off A Different World, will guest-star on ABC Family's Greek next season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. He will play proud parent Brian Howard.

Ashleigh is played by Amber Stevens, daughter of TV/radio personality Shadoe Stevens.

Ashleigh's pop pays a visit as part of Cyprus-Rhodes University's father-daughter weekend event.

For that same occasion ...

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Exclusive: Amber Stevens Interview

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In Hollywood, it is rare to meet a young actress that has already accomplished a great deal and continues to to set goals for herself. Amber Stevens comes from a family of entertainers, her father, Shadoe Stevens, was the host of American Top 40 while her mother, Beverly Cunningham, was a former model. The strong support that Amber gets from her family has allowed to to spread her roots in Hollywood. Amber has been acting since and performing since a young age and scored her first big break when she landed a role on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. CSI allowed Amber's career to flourish landing her roles on the hit movie Fired Up! and a reoccurring role playing Ashleigh on Greek. There is such much more to Amber that you didn't know until we spoke with the passionate actress. Did you know that Amber was President of her Student Council at West Beverly High School?
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Exclusive: Amber Stevens Interview

  • PopStar
In Hollywood, it is rare to meet a young actress that has already accomplished a great deal and continues to to set goals for herself. Amber Stevens comes from a family of entertainers, her father, Shadoe Stevens, was the host of American Top 40 while her mother, Beverly Cunningham, was a former model. The strong support that Amber gets from her family has allowed to to spread her roots in Hollywood. Amber has been acting since and performing since a young age and scored her first big break when she landed a role on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. CSI allowed Amber's career to flourish landing her roles on the hit movie Fired Up! and a reoccurring role playing Ashleigh on Greek. There is such much more to Amber that you didn't know until we spoke with the passionate actress. Did you know that Amber was President of her Student Council at West Beverly High School?
See full article at PopStar »

Celebs called for 'Jury Duty'

Phyllis Diller, Ed Begley Jr., Bruce Vilanch, Paula Poundstone, Kevin Sorbo, Scott Hamilton, Dick Van Patten and Tiffany are among the celebrities set to take part in the upcoming syndicated court strip Jury Duty, according to Radar Entertainment, the independent company headed up by Vincent Dymon and Linda Dymon that is distributing and producing the show. Jury Duty, which is presided over by Bruce Cutler, features celebrities serving as jury members. Also on the list are Todd Bridges, Brande Roderick, Shadoe Stevens, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Charlene Tilton, James Avery and Lee Meriwether, among others.

Jury Duty, which is shooting at Dole Studios in Westlake Village, Calif., is cleared in 85% of the U.S. for its Sept. 17 launch.

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