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Every parent may say at some point, "My kid could be famous!" But it's not that easy.
Your kid may be a natural extrovert, and be bursting with confidence. But you need time and money to develop that talent. Headshots cost anywhere between $200 to $1000 dollars. An agent gets 10 percent of your paycheck. And acting classes are about $275 a month.
Pics: Check Out Hollywood's Cutest Kids
Et went to one of the most acclaimed schools in Hollywood, where they had some advice for parents of aspiring young actors.
"Don't expect it to happen by next Thursday," said David Gray, who (along with his wife Shanelle) runs Gray Studios, which helps prepare kids for Hollywood. "It is a marathon, not a sprint."
"We're churning out stars and a lot of working actors," said Shanelle.
Interestingly, Shanelle is the »
The comedy Sirens will debut its second season the preceding night, Tuesday, Jan. 27 at 10 pm.
Suits‘ midseason finale saw Louis learning Mike’s secret and then demanding name partnership from Jessica in exchange for his silence.
Sarah Hyland isn't 24 until tomorrow but for her golden birthday, the one birthday where the year turned is the same as the day, her friends were there to celebrate this weekend.
Both Swift, 24 and Osbourne, 30, shared moments from the great time.
The whole team at @therealsarahhyland's 24th birthday soirée last night.
Una foto publicada por Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) el Nov 11, 2014 at 8:52 Pst
Photos: Taylor Swift's Amazing Hair Transformation
With Swift, Osbourne said she "had so much fun last night playing dress up" at the birthday party.
Had so much fun last night playing dress up with @taylorswift at @therealsarahhyland 24th birthday party!!! »
Sarah Hyland sure knows how to celebrate with the best of them! The beloved Modern Family star gathered all her best friends together for a special birthday party Saturday night in Los Angeles where more than a few familiar faces were in attendance. Want proof? Just look at Taylor Swift's Instagram! "The whole team at @therealsarahhyland's 24th birthday soirée last night," the "Shake It Off" singer captioned with three Polaroid pictures featuring Ellie Goulding, Kelly Osbourne, Hailee Steinfeld and Lorde. High School Musical alum Vanessa Hudgens and Shameless star Cameron Monaghan were also in attendance. According to a source, one party guest gave Hyland a »
Sarah Hyland's decision to go "Beyoncé" blonde wasn't done on a whim. "This has been a transition that I've been planning for two years," the Modern Family star told us earlier this week at the announcement of 2015's Miss Golden Globe. Hyland debuted her new look on Instagram. "I'm taking over the @ninezeroone Instagram today, to show you my new blonde hair journey and how I became Beyoncé hahaha," Hyland wrote alongside a video, in which she does some very 'Yonce poses. Hyland is referring to Beyoncé's signature look: Golden high-volume waves, although the singer recently changed it up with short blunt bangs and a bob. In some »
Risky business! Fall is typically a time best reserved for dark hues like navy blue and maroon, but Sarah Hyland challenged the status quo in a bright orange jumpsuit on Thursday, Nov. 20, in West Hollywood. Photos: Celebs' dramatic hair color makeovers The Modern Family actress, 23, glowed all over in a Giulietta spring 2015 ensemble, which featured a cleavage-baring keyhole design and bejeweled embellishments along the neckline. Photos: Celebs in dressy jumpsuits Hyland's red carpet risks didn't stop with her sexy take on the prison uniform (the ladies of Orange [...] »
Barkin will play Dani Kirschenbloom, a headhunter who works closely with Thom Payne (Steve Coogan). Dani harbors no illusions about the advertising industry, or life, and is described as “the sardonic prophet-philosopher of the project.”
“Happyish” is billed as a scathing examination of our pursuit of happiness, a pursuit that might be the very thing causing our unhappiness in the first place. Filming on the half-hour pilot is set to begin next month in New York.
The series is created, written and executive produced by author Shalom Auslander. Ken Kwapis will executive produce and direct the pilot. Kwapis’ producing partner Alexandra Beattie will co-executive producer under their In Cahoots banner.
- Shelli Weinstein
Teacher Of The Year screens as part of the 23rd Annual Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival on Saturday, November 22 at 8:30 Pm at Landmark’s Tivoli Theatre. Get ticket information here.
Writer/director Jason Strouse’s feature film debut concerning the Us education system may give credence to the old adage that “the inmates are running the asylum”. Truman High School’s a wild place thanks mostly to the oddballs and misfits making up most of the administration and faculty. The main exception being the title mentioned teacher of the year, Mitch Carter (Matt Letscher), who is also the rep for the faculty union. As a documentary crew follows him about, Mitch is at a crossroads. He’s being wooed by a private school lobbying group that’s dangling a big salary in front of him (and he’s got an adorable pre-schooler and a child on the way »
- Jim Batts
Though Modern Family saw a dip in the ratings last season, it's still ABC 's top-rated series. There's essentially no chance that it will be cancelled but, will the ratings continue to slide this year? Stay tuned.
Modern Family revolves around three Los Angeles families who are interrelated through Jay Pritchett and his two adult children. The ensemble cast is Ed O'Neill, Sofía Vergara, Julie Bowen, Ty Burrell, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Eric Stonestreet, Sarah Hyland, Ariel Winter, Nolan Gould, Rico Rodriguez, Aubrey Anderson-Emmons, and Pierce Wallace.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher the ratings (particularly the 18-49 demo), the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available -- usually the next day, around 11:30am Est/8:30am Pst. Refresh to see the latest.
One thing you’ve got to hand to the SAG TV voters, they’re loyal to a fault. When it comes to the categories for individual acting, once they find someone they like, they stick with them.
Each year a host of veterans, not to mention a steady stream of series newcomers, is forced into the cold by familiar, entrenched names in comedy and drama alike.
So amidst the universal mourning for the “Breaking Bad” and “30 Rock” finales, there must have been a certain amount of secret glee among thesps. After all, the spot Bryan Cranston occupied in male actor, drama, for five consecutive years is now open for business, as are Alec Baldwin and Tina Fey’s in the comedy division, where they competed, and usually triumphed, a total of 15 times.
Opening up Cranston’s slot is particularly tantalizing, since the drama field is crowded indeed. Steve Buscemi of »
- Bob Verini
Watch Bill Cosby say "I don’t talk about it” when confronted about the numerous rape allegations The Associated Press today released footage from a Nov. 6 interview in which the comedian was asked about Hannibal Buress standup comments. “There’s no response,” Cosby said. “There is no comment about that. And I’ll tell you why. I don’t want to compromise your integrity, but I don’t talk about it.” After the interview was filmed, Cosby requested that “none of that will be shown.” Plus: Raven Symoné blasts rumors she was raped by Cosby, Janice Dickinson told Howard Stern in 2006 that her publisher wouldn’t let her write about Cosby, and Cosby’s new lawyer is reportedly trying to discredit Dickinson. Jerry Seinfeld clarifies: "I don't have autism, I'm not on the spectrum” After some backlash over his comments to Brian Williams, Seinfeld tells “Access Hollywood”: "I just »
- Norman Weiss
Modern Family has been a staple on ABC’s Wednesday night comedy block since it premiered in 2009. The sitcom could be classified as the funniest show on television. After all, the comedy has won the Emmy in the category of Outstanding Comedy Series for the last five years. Much of that can be attributed to the amazing cast that includes Married with Children’s Ed O’Neill and Ed’s Julie Bowen. But who is the funniest character on Modern Family? We at TV Overmind decided to take a look back over six seasons of episodes and determine which character cracks us up the most. Don’t get us wrong. We think the entire cast is hilarious, but some are funnier than others. So, where does your favorite Modern Family character rank? Take a look at the list below. 11. Manny Delgado (Rico Rodriguez) Manny Delgado is an old soul living »
- Tim Gerstenberger
The ubiquitous Rob Riggle is planting his flag at Fox.
The project, which is based on the Austrian comedy series Braunschlag, follows the quirky inhabitants of a small, struggling town whose mayor (played by Riggle) is prepared to do anything to save his community.
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Sarah Hyland's ready to see if blonde's really do have more fun! The "Modern Family" star showed off her new long blonde tresses via Instagram over the weekend. Rocking a leather jacket, a white crop top, ripped jeans and a big belt, the actress looked like a new person in her seflie. "They say blonde's have more fun. Let's see how this goes ;) Thank you @nikkilee901 for the color and locks! Honestly the best out there @ninezeroone @riawnacapri," she captioned the cute photo. The 23-year-old also posted a funny video with her long blonde locks blowing in the wind. I'm taking over the @ninezeroone Instagram today, to show you my new blonde hair journey and how I became beyonce hahaha »
- tooFab Staff
Katey Sagal to reunite with her “Sons of Anarchy” husband on FX’s “The Bastard Executioner” “I’m going to be in it,” Sagal says of Kurt Sutter’s new project, a period drama revolving around King Edward III. “We don’t know in what capacity yet, because he’s just starting to work on it. But that’s where we’re going. I will definitely be involved with it.” “Aaliyah” biopic producer Wendy Williams responds to the backlash: “You watched” About 3.2 million watched Lifetime's "Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B,” making it the No. 2 cable film of the year. "I see my Aaliyah movie broke the Internet this weekend,” Williams, an executive producer of the film, said this morning. "Errbody got an opinion. Well, I must tell you, whether you loved or hate, you watched," Williams said on the "Hot Topics" segment of "The Wendy Williams Show" this morning. »
- Norman Weiss
Not only do popular sitcoms remain on the air for long periods of time, they also feature some of the greatest guest stars to ever appear on TV. Friends ran on NBC for 10 seasons and saw appearances of Brad Pitt, Bruce Willis, and Susan Sarandon just to name a few. Modern Family, which is currently in its sixth season, has featured Elizabeth Banks, Nathan Lane, and Matthew Broderick. How I Met Your Mother spent nine seasons on CBS. Over the course of 208 episodes, we saw the appearances of many great actors and actresses including Jennifer Lopez, Joe Manganiello, and Wayne Brady. There was even a guest appearance by a singer or two. Some of the characters we loved (Sarah Chalke’s Stella), while others we could not stand (Jennifer Morrison’s Zoey). Here is a list of our favorite guest stars of How I Met Your Mother. Sarah Chalke as »
- Tim Gerstenberger
The Good Wife is getting funnier in 2015. Rachael Harris has signed on to guest star in the 12th episode of the hit CBS series as Franny, E! News can exclusively reveal. The character, an aide to the mayor of Chicago, butts heads with Governor Peter Florrick (Chris Noth). Harris, who recently starred opposite Christopher Meloni in the short-lived Surviving Jack, has also popped up on Suits, New Girl, Bad Judge, Modern Family and The Office. On the big screen, Harris has had roles in The Hangover, Night at the Museum and Diary of a Wimpy Kid. Harris joins other The Good Wife season six guest stars including Ana Gasteyer, Kyle MacLachlan, Carrie Preston, Michael J. Fox, Taye Diggs, Stockard Channing, David Hyde Pierce »
The portrayal of the Lgbt community on TV has come a long way since 1963, when NBC’s “Espionage” became the first drama series to use the word homosexual in a script.
On Wednesday night, the Paley Center’s L.A. Benefit Gala offered a look back at the last 50 years of programming and gathered small screen stars including Portia de Rossi, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, and Eric Stonestreet to celebrate TV’s impact on Lgbt equality. The fundraising event, held at the Skirball Cultural Center and sponsored by Honey Maid, chronicled the history of Lgbt images in television, from dramas and comedies to TV movies, miniseries and sports.
De Rossi, who was accompanied on the red carpet by her mother-in-law Betty DeGeneres, discussed her own personal struggles and growth as an actress and member of the Lgbt community.
“Ellen just texted me before we came out tonight and she reminded me »
- Andrea Seikaly
Well, hello hotness! Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello somehow managed to make themselves even more attractive for a night out honoring Sophia Loren on Wednesday, Nov. 12. The Modern Family actress, 42, accompanied her beau to the 2014 AFI Fest in Los Angeles while clad in a floral strapless cocktail dress, complete with a peplum that enhanced her already bombshell curves. Vergara added bold chandelier earrings, one of her favorite accessories, and an embellished envelope clutch to her ensemble. Meanwhile, Manganiello, 37, looked handsome next to his lady, all [...] »
Photo by Adam Taylor / ABC
As Parks and Recreation prepares to end, The Mindy Project continues to fall in the ratings, and pretty much every other new fall comedy has already been canceled, the network comedy landscape looks bleak past Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Modern Family, and The Big Bang Theory. But hope may have arrived in the form of Cristela, a multicam sitcom airing on Friday nights on ABC. Talk about an unlikely savior- the show comes courtesy of Cristela Alonzo, an experienced standup comedienne who became popular through appearances on late night shows like Conan and @Midnight. The show follows a Mexican-American law student trying to balance to obligations of her new internship with those of her multi-generational family.
While ABC has deservedly made headlines with Black-ish and Shondaland Thursdays, it also picked up Cristela, which is the first American network show starring, created, and written by a Latina. ABC »
- George Morvis
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