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Interview: Keith Carradine talks 'Fargo' and a 'Deadwood' anniversary

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Interview: Keith Carradine talks 'Fargo' and a 'Deadwood' anniversary
Calgary - If actors aren't monitoring when there shows are celebrating their 10th anniversaries, I've taken it upon myself to inform them. Like in January, Method Man didn't know that the 10th anniversary of "Method & Red" is coming up this summer, but I told him. And now he knows! Assuming he remembers. Which he probably doesn't. And in March, on the Calgary set of FX's "Fargo," I told Keith Carradine about the 10th anniversary of "Deadwood." He hadn't known, but he's more likely than Method Man to remember. And yes, I place the 10th anniversaries of "Method & Red" and "Deadwood" on the same plane. Playing Lou Solverson, father of Allison Tolman's Molly Solverson, Carradine is part of the soulful core of "Fargo." Yes, there's a spiraling assortment of increasingly violent crimes, but there's also the relationship between a father, a former cop now living a safer life behind the counter of a diner,
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Celebrity Biography: Johnny Galecki

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John Mark Galecki, better known to the world as Johnny Galecki and the star of Big Bang Theory (TV), was born on April 30, 1975, to Richard and Mary Lou Galecki. Dad was a U.S. Air Force officer stationed in Belgium and mom was a mortgage consultant. At the age of three, Johnny and his family, which also includes sister Allison and brother Nick, relocated back to the United States, setting in Oak Park, Illinois. Galecki, who quit school in the middle of eighth grade, moved with his family from Chicago to Long Beach, California, when he was 14. When the family decided that they missed Chicago too much, they all moved back to Chicago. Well, not all of them. Galecki, then just 14, settled into a studio apartment in Burbank. On his own at 14? "On my own, yeah," Galecki told TimeOut Chicago a couple of years ago. "It made sense at the time.
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