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Time has been good to Dan Cortese! The former MTV VJ was just spotted running on the beach sans shirt on Friday in Malibu, California. The sexy star looked ripped as he flaunted his tan muscles mid workout. Dan first found fame hosting MTV Sports in 1992. Cortese went on to star alongside Amanda Bynes and Jennie Garth in "What I Like About You" and later snagged a spot on the TV series "Surviving Suburbia." Most recently the 47-year-old hosted "Guinness World Records Gone Wild." Cortese still looks like the spitting image of his much younger self -- how do you think the TV personality looks? Tell toofab in the comment section below and click "Launch Gallery" above to see even more MTV VJs then and now! Read more »
- tooFab Staff
Back in 2001, we talked to the rising young star on the set of Nickelodeon's 'The Amanda Show.' What went wrong?
Airing from 1999 to 2002, the All That spin-off show turned Bynes, now 28, into a star.
But clearly, it hasn't all been smooth sailing from there. In the last month, the troubled actress has made daily headlines with erratic behavior, explosive allegations and – on October 10 – a return to being held at a psychiatric treatment facility, potentially for up to a year.
Both Bynes' mental health struggles and trouble with the law are well-documented, but when did it all start going south for the troubled child star?
Let's take a look back at a timeline of her troubles »
Not since May has a tweet been sent out from @amandabynes, but appears the actress is back at it.
Not since May has a tweet been sent out from @amandabynes, but early Tuesday morning, the actress was back on the Twitter handle to send her followers a few messages.
"Don't believe anything the tabloids are saying about me," Bynes first wrote. "They dislike me for some odd reason & they continue to insult me every day."
Don't believe anything the tabloids are saying about me. They dislike me for some odd reason & they continue to insult me everyday.
— amanda bynes (@amandabynes) October 7, 2014
Photo: Amanda Bynes Found Flying to NYC
She immediately added: "Treat others how you want to be treated. The truth will set you free."
Treat others how you want to be treated. The truth will set you free.
— amanda bynes (@amandabynes) October 7, 2014
Following that tweet, the What I Like About You star decided to offer an update »
Amanda Bynes returned to Twitter Tuesday. The actress' verified account had been inactive since May 15. Now that she's back in New York City, however, she decided to use the social networking site to address rumors about her recent behavior. "Don't believe anything the tabloids are saying about me," she tweeted. "They dislike me for some odd reason & they continue to insult me everyday." Addressing her 3 million followers, the former What I Like About You star, 28, tweeted, "Treat others how you want to be treated. The truth will set you free." Bynes, who was studying fashion in California earlier this year, also tweeted that she's "transferring to Nyu or Columbia from »
A week after her arrest, Amanda Bynes has been spotted.
Nearly a week after her DUI arrest and days after her parents told reporters they were unaware of their daughter's whereabouts, Amanda Bynes has been spotted.
The What I Like About You actress was first seen dining at Gladstone's, a restaurant at Los Angeles International Airport, on Thursday night. She then jetted off to New York where cameras caught her at JFK. She showed up with a band-aid on her face.
Photos: Amanda Bynes' Most Bizarre Twitpics
Bynes being in New York is a violation of her probation-- she is currently serving three years probation for her first DUI arrest made back in 2012 -- and a defense attorney would tell you that she could face jail time.
On Sunday, Sept. 28, the 28-year-old actress was booked for a misdemeanor after police pulled her over at 3 a.m. when they observed her white Mercedes Benz stopped in the »
Amanda Bynes, prior to her latest DUI arrest, had reportedly been kicked out of the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Irvine, Calif.
Amanda Bynes Kicked Out Of School
Bynes, 28, was kicked out of the fashion design school after displaying disruptive and troubling behavior over a period of time, reports TMZ. Apparently, the former What I Like About You star would show up to class high on marijuana. As a result, she allegedly donned sunglasses inside the classroom and would burst into spontaneous bouts of laughter.
Bynes’ in-class antics also reportedly included engaging in “horrendous arguments,” according to fellow student Rachel Loritz. Loritz also claims the former child actress would ask fellow students to do her homework for her for a fee.
Bynes was also supposedly caught cheating during an exam.
Bynes DUI Arrest
Earlier in the week, it was reported that Bynes had been arrested for a DUI in Los Angeles. »
Have you seen Amanda Bynes?
Amanda Bynes' father claims the actress is M.I.A.
Rick Bynes told X17 that he has not seen or heard from his daughter since she was taken into custody over the weekend on suspicion of a DUI. He also claimed that he didn't even know she was arrested until reporters broke the news. "We know nothing about this. We were called by the press," the 28-year-old actress' father told the website. "I'm getting calls all day long. That's all I know."
Photos: Amanda Bynes' Most Bizarre Twitpics
He added, "She's 28. She does what she wants." Rick believes his daughter could be in New York City.
In 2013, Amanda's mother was given temporary conservatorship of her daughter while she was undergoing treatment for some mental health issues. However, that conservatorship ended earlier this month.
News: Amanda Bynes' Mom Blames Marijuana for Daughter's Behavior
This is the second DUI arrest for the »
It seems Amanda Bynes has suffered a setback in her recovery. The What I Like About You actress, 28, was arrested for driving under the influence on Sunday, Sept. 28, California Highway Patrol officer Leland Tang confirms in a statement to Us Weekly. Update: According to Officer Tang, Bynes was pulled over at around 3:30 a.m. on Sunday morning. After she failed a field sobriety test, she was taken to the Lapd Van Nuys station, where she was given an evaluation. Police "determined she was under the influence [...] »
Created by Bruce McCulloch
Aired on ABC October 2, 2007- March 4, 2008
Series ran 13 episodes over one season
Fred Goss as Gracen Brooker
Jerry Minor as Aubrey Williber
Tim Pepper as Dougie
Jerry O’Connell as Laird Holcomb
Faith Ford as Leila Brooker
Allison Munn as Cyndie
Tj Miller as Marmaduke Brooker
The show centers on four suburban male carpooling friends whose interactions on their commute to and from work often set off the characters into interesting and comedic situations.
The Carpoolers are: Gracen, a mediator by profession, an insecurely uptight husband to a sensible real estate agent, and the father of an immature man child who has misdirected ambitions; Aubrey, an extremely stressed-out family man with a dispassionate wife and parade of children; Laird, an egotistical dentist who is recuperating from a fresh divorce; and Dougie, »
- Jean Pierre Diez
I’m not gonna lie to you: I went into tonight’s So You Think You Can Dance Top 6 performance episode with my mind made up.
Rudy and Tanisha got robbed last week. Valerie had no business being in the Top 6. For justice to prevail, the Season 11 crown could only end up in one spot: Atop Ricky’s artistically dazzling head.
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And then, just like that, a rowdy, randy wedding dance, a mind-bending Rorschach test and a brief blast of a favorite 1980 hit made me rethink everything — and I »
“Ab Fab meets Scooby-Doo”—that’s how Tori Spelling pitched ABC Family on Mystery Girls, which premieres June 25 at 8:30 p.m. Et and finds her and fellow Beverly Hills, 90210 alum Jennie Garth playing former costars of a popular ’90s detective series (also called Mystery Girls) who decide to solve crimes in real life. “That part comes from my love of old mystery shows,” Spelling says. “I loved Remington Steele, and Moonlighting, Hart to Hart, Charlie’s Angels—women solving crimes. I had never really seen it done in a sitcom. I thought that would be really fun.”
Fun and risqué, »
- Mandi Bierly
Chicago – Happy Birthday greetings on April 3rd to actress Jennie Garth, best known for her role as Kelly Taylor on the hit series “Beverly Hills, 90210.” Garth also appeared on the sitcom “What I Like About You” with Amanda Bynes, and did some reality show work on her own “Jennie Garth: A Little Bit Country” and “Dancing with the Stars.” She recently appeared in Chicago on behalf of her new book, “Deep Thoughts from a Hollywood Blonde.”
Ms. Garth was born in Urbana, Illinois, and her family eventually settled in Arizona. She began modeling there, and left high school as a Junior to pursue acting in Los Angeles. Her first role was on the series “A Brand New Life” for NBC. She got the role of Kelly Taylor on “Beverly Hills, 90210” in 1990, and came back to reprise the character in 2008 in the spin-off, “90210.” She currently is working on another reality show, »
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Sketchy. . . but in a good way. Amanda Bynes has recently returned to Twitter, and is slowly reconnecting with her fans. On Monday, March 10, the on-the-mend actress posted a self-portrait she sketched herself. "New sketch," Bynes, 27, wrote. She also pointed out how she only has one verified account. "Fyi This is my only twitter account, I have no secret twitter accounts. Xoxo Amanda." The What I Like About You star drew a black and white pencil drawing that emphasized her big eyes, pouty lips, and [...] »
"Castle" Season 6 dives into a world of shadowy warriors, geishas and karaoke in the upcoming episode, "Way of the Ninja." In a preview video, Castle, Esposito and Ryan visit what appears to be a Japanese-fetish bar to question geishas about a murder.
The result? Castle (Nathan Fillion) ends up alone with an informative young woman (Arden Cho, "Teen Wolf") and learns a few surprising things about Jade, the victim. He also gets some kissing and then apparently an attack from management. Meanwhile, Esposito (Jon Huertas) mostly looks lost while poor Ryan (Seamus Dever) gets dragged off to sing "What I Like About You" (badly) at karaoke.
What does any of this have to do with the case? When do the ninjas show up? The audience will find out when "Way of the Ninja" airs Monday, March 17 at 10 p.m. Et/Pt on ABC. »
Jennie Garth is spilling a number of secrets in her shocking new tell-all, Deep Thoughts From a Hollywood Blonde, which leaves no part of her life untouched. Throughout the 240-page book, the 41-year-old TV star touches on a number of surprising subjects, from her struggles with anxiety after catapulting to fame on the hit series Beverly Hills, 90210 to her broken marriage with Peter Facinelli and even what it was like to work with Amanda Bynes on the set of What I Like About You. Ready for a side of Garth you've never seen before? Here are the nine most shocking revelations from the blond bombshell's memoir: 1. Garth Was Passed Over During the Initial 90210 Casting: The then-aspiring actress »
The bong-tossing case against Amanda Bynes will be dismissed if the actress stays out of trouble for six months and goes to counseling twice a week, a judge ruled Friday. Bynes was charged in New York City last spring with reckless endangerment and marijuana possession after building managers called police because they said she was smoking pot in the lobby of her Manhattan apartment. When officers entered her 36th-floor apartment, they said they saw her heave a bong out the window. The Hairspray star, 27, later appeared in court in a disheveled blond wig and said she didn't do anything wrong. »
- Associated Press
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