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Susan Sarandon Joins Showtime’s ‘Ray Donovan’ as Studio Boss

13 March 2017 9:42 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Oscar-winning actress Susan Sarandon will join the cast of Showtime’s “Ray Donovan” for the show’s fifth season, the network announced on Monday. Sarandon will have a recurring role on the drama as a strong, focused head of a motion picture studio by the name of Samantha Winslow. An Oscar winner for “Dead Man Walking,” Sarandon also received nominations for “Thelma and Louise,” “Lorenzo’s Oil,” “The Client” and “Atlantic City.” In 2010, she received her fourth Emmy nomination for her work in Barry Levinson’s “You Don’t Know Jack” with Al Pacino, following a lead actress nomination in the film Bernard and Doris. »

- Thom Geier

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The Best Of The Best -The Greatest Actresses and the roles that made them great

9 March 2017 4:15 AM, PST | | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Author: Dave Roper

Actors, Writers, Directors, they all have their part to play and all have their echelons of excellence. For every Scorsese working at the top of their game, there’s a journeyman like Peter Berg and then a hack like McG (sorry to any McG fans out there). It’s all (obviously) much the same with the greatest actresses too – some consistently hit high notes, others work faithfully but perhaps unexceptionally and others struggle to ever escape derivative and low-brow work. Here are a few who fall squarely in the first group.

Susan SarandonDead Man Walking

Susan Sarandon is often underappreciated and underrated for her versatility. Consider the contrast between her campaigning, gracious nun in Dead Man Walking, her feisty southerner in Thelma & Louise, her boo-hiss Queen in Enchanted, the comparative gentleness (but definitely not blandness) of her roles in Robot & Frank and Elizabethtown and the oomph »

- Dave Roper

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Audition Polaroids Of Actors From The 1980s from Casting Director Mali Finn

2 March 2017 4:00 AM, PST | | See recent news »

Mali Finn  was an American casting director and former English and drama teacher. She cast numerous actors in successful films, including Edward Furlong, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Russell Crowe.  She already had a handful of casting credits on her résumé, including The Untouchables (1987), when she established her own firm, Mali Finn Casting, in ’89. She boosted Leonardo DiCaprio’s career by casting him in the James Cameron film Titanic (1997); she also cast Russell Crowe in L.A. Confidential (1997). Finn discovered actor Brad Renfro when he was ten years old and cast him in Joel Schumacher’s The Client (1994). Recently a

Audition Polaroids Of Actors From The 1980s from Casting Director Mali Finn »

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