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Baddies Serve Up Juiciest Roles for Guest Actors

11 June 2014 10:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Oh, it’s good to play bad.

Actors of all levels know this already, but guest actors get to relish their roles a little more than your average player, especially when they can dig into a villainous part with gusto.

Playing a guest character may not have the stability of long-term employment, but the roles can be fit to any size — from an Emmy winner like Alan Alda (“The Blacklist”) to an up-and-comer like Pablo Schreiber (“Law & Order: Svu” and “Orange Is the New Black”) and veteran character actors like Michael Rapaport (“Justified”). But a good visiting villain provides something else — a chance for actors to sink their teeth into a role they’ve often had a big hand in developing.

“I tried to be as imaginative as I possibly could,” says Rapaport, whose drug trafficker Daryl Crowe Jr. expired at the end of “Justified’s” season. “I did a »

- Randee Dawn

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Eulogy For Sid Caesar By Cinema Retro's Eddy Friedfeld

22 February 2014 8:52 PM, PST | Cinemaretro.com | See recent CinemaRetro news »

Eddy and Sid after a Master Class at Nyu, 2003. (Photo: Michael Doft)

Sid Caesar’s funeral service was held on Sunday afternoon, February 16 at a private ceremony in Los Angeles.   Among the family and friends paying tribute was Sid’s biographer and friend, Cinema Retro’s Eddy Friedfeld, who co-authored Sid’s creative biography, Caesar’s Hours, published by Public Affairs in 2003.

What follows is the eulogy Eddy delivered before Sid's family, friends and colleagues.

Sid said that, like Isaac Newton, he stood on the shoulders of giants, his inspirations- Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, Laurel and Hardy and W.C. Fields, who helped him develop his career and craft.  Today, Sid, we stand on your shoulders- and celebrate your life, your art, your warmth, character, and friendship. You did things no one else could do and you inspired many others, including people in this room, to take the same artistic risks. »

- nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro)

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