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‘Midnight Cowboy’ Actress Georgann Johnson Dies at 91

‘Midnight Cowboy’ Actress Georgann Johnson Dies at 91
Midnight Cowboy” actress Georgann Johnson died June 4 in Los Angeles. She was 91.

With a career spanning six decades, the Iowa native first appeared on television in 1950s commercials, later appearing opposite James Dean in TV drama “Life Sentence” (1953).

Johnson’s live TV performances include the original production of “Bang the Drum Slowly” (1956) with Paul Newman as well as playing Tony Randall’s wife in “Mr. Peepers” from 1952 to 1955.

The actress recalled: “It was a terribly good and terribly funny show and yet very gentle. I realized how much a special thing it was at the time.”

Her dream of singing
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15 Most Popular Celebrity Posters You Will Definitely Like

Want to know what the most popular celebrity posters at the moment are? Here are 15 prints, which you will fall in love with and will definitely want to have something of listed below to add brightness and charm to your walls.

Tianna Gregory Poster

Tianna Gregory poster

Model and actress Tianna Gregory gained much popularity by posting her photos on Instagram. Tianna’s hot photos immediately attracted attention to the model and contributed to her career success. She modeled for magazines, calendars, posters and clothing lines. She collaborated with Adidas, FHM, Dgk, Visual Apparel as well as appeared in Jason Derulo’s music video “Want to Want Me”.

Yuzuru Hanyu Poster

Yuzuru Hanyu poster

Despite his young age, Japanese figure skater Yuzuru Hanyu remains one of the best single skaters in the world. He is 2-time Olympic gold medalist, 2-time World Champion and 4-time winner of the Grand Prix Final.
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Jane Seymour Poses (With Clothes On) for Playboy at Age 67

Jane Seymour is one of the most well-known English actresses. She has played a Bond girl in Live and Let Die but is also known for her roles in East of Eden, War and Remembrance, and Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman. She has received considerable recognition during her acting career as well, having won an Emmy Award, two Golden Globe Awards, and her very own star in the Hollywood Walk of Fame. On the home front, she has also been appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire for her contributions to the arts. In recent news, Jane Seymour

Jane Seymour Poses (With Clothes On) for Playboy at Age 67
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Jane Seymour Opens Up About Her Experiences Of Harassment In Hollywood

Jane Seymour is opening up about her own experiences of sexual harassment in Hollywood. The 66-year-old “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman” star appeared on “Megyn Kelly Today” Monday to talk about the issue of harassment and assault in the film industry. Related: Amber Tamblyn Talks Sexual Harassment In Hollywood, Insists She’s ‘Not Ready For Redemption Of Men’ “I’m not […]
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TVLine Items: Nathan Lane on Blacklist, Emmy Rossum Is Angelyne and More

TVLine Items: Nathan Lane on Blacklist, Emmy Rossum Is Angelyne and More
A very special guest is stopping by The Blacklist‘s 100th episode.

Nathan Lane (The People v O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story) will appear in the milestone installment as criminal Abraham Stern, who manipulates the desperate into committing illegal and immoral acts so that he can claim his birthright fortune.

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Nathan Lane is someone we’ve wanted to have on The Blacklist for a very long time, so when we started crafting our 100th episode, we decided to try and do something special
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Jane Seymour Says She Almost Quit Acting After Being Sexually Harassed by Producer

Jane Seymour Says She Almost Quit Acting After Being Sexually Harassed by Producer
Jane Seymour revealed on Tuesday that she was sexually harassed early in her career by “the most powerful man in Hollywood at that time.” As a result of the incident, Seymour quit acting for a year — and almost left the industry altogether.

During an interview with the Australian morning show “Sunrise,” the “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman” star said an unsettling experience with a power producer left her feeling threatened and unsure of her future in Hollywood before her career even launched. “I’ve often wondered whether I should tell this story, but I do feel it is very important,” Seymour said.

She said she went to Hollywood to screen test for a movie around the beginning of her career. “Then another major producer asked if he could meet me,” she said. “He had another movie that he wanted me to star in. It was very exciting. He asked if I would come to his house to do a
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Jane Seymour Reveals Sexual Harassment As Young Actress

As allegations of sexual harassment and assault by powerful entertainment industry figures continue to balloon, Jane Seymour has recounted her own experience as a young actress in Hollywood, an incident that stopped her from working for an entire year. In an interview with Sky News’ Sunrise morning show and reported by The Daily Mail, the British actress known for her roles in Live and Let Die, Somewhere in Time and TV’s Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman recalled an incident with…
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Jane Seymour Reveals Sexual Harassment As Young Actress

Jane Seymour Reveals Sexual Harassment As Young Actress
As allegations of sexual harassment and assault by powerful entertainment industry figures continue to balloon, Jane Seymour has recounted her own experience as a young actress in Hollywood, an incident that stopped her from working for an entire year. In an interview with Sky News’ Sunrise morning show and reported by The Daily Mail, the British actress known for her roles in Live and Let Die, Somewhere in Time and TV’s Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman recalled an incident with…
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Let's Get Physical: Jane Seymour (Dr. Quinn) Joins Pop Aerobic Comedy Series

Jane Seymour is headed back to the small screen. Recently, Pop announced the Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman star has joined their new TV show Let's Get Physical.The comedy "centers on slacker Joe Force who makes a reluctant comeback in the fitness industry after his dad, Colonel Tom Force, a.k.a. "The Godfather of Aerobics," unexpectedly passes away and wills his son the broken-down family gym."Read More…
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TVLine Items: Garret Dillahunt Joins Gifted, New Transparent Boss and More

TVLine Items: Garret Dillahunt Joins Gifted, New Transparent Boss and More
The Gifted‘s mutants have a new adversary: Garret Dillahunt.

The Justified and Raising Hope alum will recur on the upcoming Fox drama from Marvel TV, our sister site Deadline reports.

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Dillahunt — whose many TV credits also include The Mindy Project, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and Burn Notice — will play the intense and intimidating Dr. Roderick Campbell, a mutant researcher contracted by the Sentinel Services.

The Gifted premieres Monday, Oct. 2 at 9/8c on Fox. (Read our first impression here.)

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‘Let’s Get Physical’: Jane Seymour To Star In Pop TV Aerobics Comedy Series

Jane Seymour (Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman) has been tapped for the plum co-lead role on Pop TV’s new half-hour comedy Let’s Get Physical, a modern-day story set in the world of aerobics that takes its comedy cue from the '80s. Seymour will play one of four leads on the project, which recently received a series order, alongside Matt Jones, Chris Diamantopoulos and AnnaLynne McCord, The comedy, from Pop and Entertainment One, is slated to begin production this month in…
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‘Batman and Harley Quinn’ Review

Stars: Melissa Rauch, Kevin Conroy, Loren Lester, Paget Brewster, Kevin Michael Richardson | Written by Bruce Timm, Jim Krieg | Directed by Sam Liu

Aka Dr Harleen Quinzel, Harley Quinn first appeared in Batman: The Animated Series in 1992. Originally voice by Days of Our LivesArleen Sorkin, she was created by series writers Bruce Timm and Paul Dini as an object of amusement for the Joker. A squeaking sufferer of “Histrionic Personality Disorder”, she has gone from kooky sidekick to become the star of the New 52’s most original – and most insane – new series.

It’s immediately apparent that Batman and Harley Quinn, the new standalone feature from Warner Bros. Animation, written by Timm and directed by DC veteran Sam Liu, is firmly rooted in the classic TV show. Everything is here, from the minimalist Art Deco styling, to the perennial orange sunset, to that definitive half-Elfman score.

The sliver of a
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Random Roles: Jane Seymour on how Dr. Quinn was not supposed to last and her “whole new career” in comedy

Welcome to Random Roles, wherein we talk to actors about the characters who defined their careers. The catch: They don’t know beforehand what roles we’ll ask them to talk about.

The actor: Since making her film debut in 1969, Jane Seymour has experienced a number of career renaissances and repeatedly managed to reinvent herself as an actor, something that happens all too infrequently in Hollywood. While you can attribute part of her success to her ability to bounce between high drama and lowbrow comedy seemingly without blinking an eye, it’s just as likely because she doesn’t like to lose. With a filmography that includes spies (Live And Let Die), Cylons (Battlestar Galactica), century-spanning romance (Somewhere In Time), frat-boy comedy (Wedding Crashers), and life in a frontier town (Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman), Seymour keeps audiences guessing as to where she’s going to turn up next. Currently ...
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Chicago Med Season 2 Episode 13 Review: Theseus' Ship

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What do a parasite, a sentient imaginary friend, and parenthood all have in common?

Okay, parenthood might not effect your personality quite as drastically as the others, but on Chicago Med Season 2 Episode 13, Natalie does point out that it changes the way you think. We just usually see that as a positive change.

A lot of times, episode titles are really self explanatory, or don't reveal any deeper meaning. Especially when shows go with some kind of regimented format like Med has -- all of Season 1 had single word titles, this year has two words, next year will be three, etc.

But "Theseus' Ship" is a pretty obscure reference, and there were no Greek people or boats in this episode, so I went Googling. I went through a pretty serious Greek mythology phase (thanks, Xena: Warrior Princess!), but I'll admit to having to turn to Wikipedia for this one.

I'm
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Timeless Season 1 Episode 7 Review: Stranded

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Nothing like being lost in the primitive wilderness to bring people together.

On Timeless Season 1 Episode 7, the trio must depend on each other – and Lucy's French – to stay alive long enough to scavenge the materials necessary to repair the Lifeboat and return home.

The revelations that Rufus is a spy for Rittenhouse and Flynn is being guided by Lucy's future journal has left the team more than a little on edge.

Rufus: I get that I suck at this. I hate the outdoors and camping and bees and I hate this survivalist crap. That's why we have you.

Wyatt: And who do I have, Rufus?

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Desperate times yield cooperation as the team must work together to stay alive while surrounded by the French, who think they are the hated English (even worse, they're actually the hated Americans), and the Indians who just see devious white people.
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Jane Seymour to Lead Soapy Cmt Comedy Pilot His Wives & Daughters

Jane Seymour to Lead Soapy Cmt Comedy Pilot His Wives & Daughters
Jane Seymour has just signed on to a Cmt pilot to play the Ghost of Rayna Jaymes Future. Kinda.

The Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman star will headline the cabler’s His Wives & Daughters project, a soapy, comedic pilot in development at the network, TVLine has learned.

The potential series follows “the eclectic and cunning wives and daughters of larger-than-life country-music legend (and infamous womanizer) Eddie Ray Banks,” according to an official logline. Seymour’s character, Lorna Larson Banks, is Eddie’s first wife.

Per the character description, Lorna is a “gorgeous, tough-as-nails and force-to-be-reckoned-with” country singer (sound familiar, Nashville fans?
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Jane Seymour To Star In ‘His Wives & Daughters,’ Cmt’s Soapy Pilot

Jane Seymour (Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman) is set for a lead role in Cmt’s soapy, comedic pilot His Wives and Daughters. Created and produced by Dina Chapman and Steve Sessions, the project centers on the eclectic and cunning wives and daughters of larger-than-life country music legend (and infamous womanizer) Eddie Ray Banks. After his estranged family is brought together unexpectedly, tempers flare and old rivalries resurface, setting the stage for startling secrets to…
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Interview: Imagen Award-Nominated Actress Alex Meneses of TV’s ‘Telenovela’

Chicago – The 2016 Imagen Awards will take place this Friday, Sept. 9. Founded by television legend Norman Lear, the Imagen Awards (“Eee-mah-hen”) encourage the entertainment industry to portray the Latino community in a positive light. One nominee, Best Supporting Actress for NBC’s “Telenovela,” is Alex Meneses.

Alexandra “Alex” Meneses is a Chicago native, from a Southside neighborhood – graduating from Mother McAuley High School – and has been a working actress since the mid-1990s. Her first major role was as Teresa Morales in “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman,” and she had a recurring role as Brad Garrett’s girlfriend in “Everybody Loves Raymond.” She had film roles in “Selena,” “The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas” and “Auto Focus.” In 2016, she joined the cast of “Telenovela” – as Isabela Santamaria – and is nominated at the Imagen Awards for Best Supporting Actress in her role for that show.

Actor and Chicago native Alex Meneses, on the
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Watch: Jane Seymour Says She's 'Proud' of Aging Naturally as She Recreates Her 1993 Cover Shoot on People's List

Watch: Jane Seymour Says She's 'Proud' of Aging Naturally as She Recreates Her 1993 Cover Shoot on People's List
It was truly a blast from the past!

Jane Seymour plays dress up on the next episode of People's List to recreate her 1993 People cover photo.

"First of all, I love that dress – still have it," the Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman actress, 65, says pointing to the black sequin off-the-shoulder gown she wore on her iconic cover. "Love this pendant – actually, that pendant I used to wear all the time."

And the cover line says it all: "Timeless Beauty."

"My hair color's still pretty much the same," she says comparing the two. "I don't do Botox, I don't do any shots or fillers or anything.
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Jane Seymour Says She's 'Proud' of Aging Naturally as She Recreates Her 1993 Cover Shoot on People's List

Jane Seymour Says She's 'Proud' of Aging Naturally as She Recreates Her 1993 Cover Shoot on People's List
It was truly a blast from the past! Jane Seymour plays dress up on the next episode of People's List to recreate her 1993 People cover photo. "First of all, I love that dress - still have it," the Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman actress, 65, says pointing to the black sequin off-the-shoulder gown she wore on her iconic cover. "Love this pendant - actually, that pendant I used to wear all the time." And the cover line says it all: "Timeless Beauty." "My hair color's still pretty much the same," she says comparing the two. "I don't do Botox, I don't do
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