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Mr. T, instantly recognizable to fans for his Mohawk, gold chains and his iconic role as Sergeant Bosco "B. A." Baracus in the television series "The A-Team," will smash outdated spaces to give families beautifully remodeled rooms in the new Diy Network offering, "I Pity the Tool." The show joins a roster of celebrity-focused, renovation-themed series on the network, including "The Vanilla Ice Project" (Vanilla Ice), "Daryl's Restoration Over-Hall" (Daryl Hall), "The Shatner Project" (William Shatner) and "Rev Run's Renovation" (Rev Run from Run Dmc). "Before I worked in show business, I worked in the »
- Tambay A. Obenson
"I Pity the Tool" is a new renovation show marks the latest in a growing series of programs on the Scripps Networks which blends home improvements with celebrities. Daryl Hall, Vanilla Ice and William Shatner have all previously been a part of the Diy brand.
T tells Variety: "You can't just knock down everything. There might be electrical wiring. There might be a gap open. You have to take your time. You have to scout things out. If you do the wrong thing, it's going to be a disaster."
The first episode of Mr. T's show aims to debut towards year's end, followed by further episodes in 2016 which sees him lending a hand to people who need »
- Garth Franklin
Mr. T pities the fool who doesn’t know the first thing about home renovation.
“You can’t just knock down everything. There might be electrical wiring. There might be a gap open,” he cautioned in a recent phone interview. “You have to take your time. You have to scout things out. If you do the wrong thing, it’s going to be a disaster.”
Once known as one of Hollywood’s tough guys, the one-time bouncer and mohawked member of TV’s “The A-Team” will show a tender side as he helps people in need of redoing kitchens and living rooms as part of a new show on Scripps Networks’ Diy. Mr. T’s “I Pity the Tool” is the latest in a growing series of programs on the cable network that place celebrities in the midst of tricky home repairs and remodels.
- Brian Steinberg
Shakespearean actor Barrie Ingham has died at the age of 82.
The British star - who was a leading performer in many West End and Broadway productions - passed away on Friday (January 23) at his home in Palm Beach Gardens.
He was known for providing the voice for main character Basil in Disney's 1986 film The Great Mouse Detective, and appeared in several other films and TV shows.
Ingham co-starred in 16 plays with close friend Dame Judi Dench, while he also performed in 11 roles for the Royal Shakespeare Company, and had five leading roles on Broadway.
Barrie Ingham is survived by his wife Tarne, »
Michael Ironside is one of the most recognized faces among genre fans. He’s become known as the fearsome baddie who gives everyone’s hero a run for their money. Among his 229 film credits, many of those include appearances in sci-fi and horror productions like Scanners, Total Recall, Highlander II: The Quickening, Terminator Salvation, and many more.
The Canada-born actor has also racked up a number of roles in mainstream Hollywood fare. He starred in Top Gun, The Next Karate Kid, Free Willy, and others. His many appearances on television include, ER, The A-Team, V, SeaQuest 2032, Vegas, Community, and many more.
One of Ironside’s latest projects was an apocalyptic sci-fi gore fest entitled Turbo Kid. He plays the sadistic and self-proclaimed leader of the Wasteland named Zeus. The movie revolves around the Kid, a young solitary scavenger obsessed with comic books that must face his fears and become »
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