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Presenter determined to keep show as professionally amateur as possible but it clicked into gear after first ad break
“Break a leg everyone,” mumbled Robert Peston sotto voce, as the opening credits rolled on his new Sunday morning show on ITV to reveal a set that looked like a Teletubbies kitchen dumped inside a Hoxton warehouse.
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- John Crace
Eddie George was So Good as the lead in the Broadway run of "Chicago" that producers offered him a new deal to take the show to L.A. ... where his new co-star will be Brandy!! The ex-nfl star just wrapped up his 7 week run in NYC as Billy Flynn ... and "Chicago" producer Barry Weissler tells TMZ Sports the guy is the Real Deal onstage. "Eddie is a singing, dancing, acting champ. He's all American, all Pro, »
- TMZ Staff
In an exclusive interview, Senior Staff Writer Scott J. Davis sat down with up-and-coming Australian actor Jak Wyld, who has just taken his next big step in the acting world in the Us…
Scott J. Davis: You have quite a diverse background – with your early jobs and New Zealand Military training. How did you get started in acting, was it always a dream of yours from a young age?
Jak Wyld: I was involved in a lot of productions throughout high school, when I was close to graduating I had to seriously look at career choices; a country school in New Zealand in the 80’s had no drama classes or progression. I had always been interested in the military and aircraft so one afternoon I enlisted, I certainly don’t regret it, but I think in the back of my mind I always knew my calling was in acting. »
- Scott J. Davis
3 items from 2016
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