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You may not have seen him in quite some time, but Ryan Phillippe has kept himself pretty busy over the last couple decades. Phillippe rose to fame in the late 1990’s starring in such movies as I Know What You Did Last Summer, Cruel Intentions, 54, and Little Boy Blue. He would continue to act in movies during the 2000’s. Some of his more memorable performances were as Brandon King in 2008’s Stop-Loss, as John Bradley in Flags of Our Fathers, and as Officer Tom Hansen in Crash. After spending twenty years away from the small screen, Ryan Phillippe returned to television in 2012 to portray Channing McClaren in the final season of Damages. He would also make a comedic guest-star appearance on a 2014 episode of Men at Work. Now Phillippe is back on television in the new series Secrets & Lies, which began airing on ABC earlier this month. …
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He’s portrayed fictional soldiers in ‘Stop-Loss‘ and ‘Dear John‘, but Channing Tatum‘s support of the military is 100% real, and last weekend he showed his love with a surprise visit to Afghanistan for the Uso!
Chan flew over along with his good friend Nick Zano, ‘Magic Mike‘ costar Adam Rodriguez, Free Association producing partner Reid Carolin, friend and vet Brett Rodriguez, and more. Together, they spent time with more than 1,500 American troops, visiting seven bases and the U.S. Embassy. Click here for more pics and info, and check out his candid slide show below!
What an incredible journey! Thank you for everything you do. Know that we all wish you a safe return home. Till then, keep holding it down. http://bit.ly/1uFg5NT #Uso #USOMoments @theuso
A video posted by Channing Tatum (@channingtatum) on Feb 13, 2015 at 11:26am Pst
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