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Barbara Tarbuck, ‘General Hospital’ and ‘American Horror Story’ Actress, Dies at 74

Barbara Tarbuck, ‘General Hospital’ and ‘American Horror Story’ Actress, Dies at 74
Barbara Tarbuck, best known for her long-running role as Lady Jane Jacks in “General Hospital,” died of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease on Monday at her Los Angeles home, her daughter, producer Jennifer Lane Connolly, confirmed to Variety. She was 74.

The Detroit native began her career at age nine on the Wwj children’s radio show “Storyland.” She went on to study acting at Wayne State University in Michigan and later attended the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art on a Fulbright Scholarship. She moved to New York City after graduation to pursue a career as an actress.

She appeared on Broadway in David Mamet’s “The Water Engine” as well as in Jules Irving’s production of “Landscape and Silence.”

Tarbuck played Lady Jane Jacks, Jax Jacks’ (played by Ingo Rademacher) mother on the popular ABC soap opera “General Hospital” from 1996 until 2010. She also appeared in five episodes of Ryan Murphy’s hit series “American Horror Story: Asylum” as
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NCIS Video: Gibbs Takes a Hard Pass on Helping Fornell With [Spoiler] Thrusts

NCIS Video: Gibbs Takes a Hard Pass on Helping Fornell With [Spoiler] Thrusts
Fornell gets a very rude awakening in this exclusive sneak peek from the midseason finale of CBS’ NCIS — and Gibbs is quite fine with it, thank you.

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In the above clip from “The Tie That Binds” (airing Tuesday at 8/7c), Emily Fornell (returning guest star Juliette Angelo) pays her convalescing father (played by Joe Spano) a visit, armed with a very special wake-up call. (And that’s not the only surprise she has for Dad.) Mark Harmon’s Gibbs meanwhile is beseeched to help his roommate with some physical therapy,
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'NCIS' Episode 14.10 Photos: Ducky Questions Choices He Made 37 Years Ago

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'NCIS' Episode 14.10 Photos: Ducky Questions Choices He Made 37 Years Ago
Adam Campbell returns as Young Ducky (and Adam Croasdell as Young Angus Clarke) in NCIS' "The Tie That Binds," as the Me questions a choice he made 37 years ago. Also, the team celebrates the holidays, and Gibbs will be spending Christmas dinner with Fornell and Emily.

According to CBS, "After the NCIS team tracks evidence from the murder of a Navy captain to Ducky's deceased mother, Ducky looks back and questions a pivotal life choice he made 37 years ago. Also, the team exchanges holiday gifts, and Gibbs spends Christmas dinner with Fornell."
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Matt's Inside Line: Scoop on The Flash, Once, Supernatural, Five-0, Lucifer, S.H.I.E.L.D., Chicago Fire and More!

Matt's Inside Line: Scoop on The Flash, Once, Supernatural, Five-0, Lucifer, S.H.I.E.L.D., Chicago Fire and More!
Is Flashpoint the least of The Flash‘s woes? What’s the real question Once Upon a Time fans should be asking? Will Lucifer revisit his past? Did a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent tragically lose Hope? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.

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Will The Flash be dealing with Flashpoint repercussions for the entire season? —Mark

Actually, the Flashpoint backlash (backFlash?) Barry has been fielding will soon be eclipsed by more pressing issues. “The midseason finale (airing Dec. 6) kind
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Kent Haruf Dies at 71

Kent Haruf Dies at 71
Writer Kent Haruf, who authored Plainsong and several other novels set in small-town Colorado, died Sunday at age 71, his publisher said. Haruf's editor at Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, Gary Fisketjon, confirmed Haruf's death. Knopf spokesman Paul Bogaards said Haruf had been battling cancer. During a 1999 interview with The Associated Press, Haruf said that he was a preacher's son who grew up in a family of book lovers. He attended Nebraska Wesleyan University, spent two years in the Peace Corps in Turkey and returned to the United States to fine-tune his fiction at the University of Iowa's Writers Workshop. The Tie That Binds,
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BumpWatch: Kate Hudson Kicks It At Ryder’s Game

BumpWatch: Kate Hudson Kicks It At Ryder’s Game
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The tie that binds!

Pregnant Kate Hudson, who is expecting a baby this July with beau Matt Bellamy, reconnects with ex Chris Robinson, his wife Allison and their daughter Cheyenne Genevieve, 15 months, in L.A. on Saturday to cheer on their 7-year-old son Ryder Russell at his baseball game.

“Chris has moved on, he’s remarried and had a baby and when you both have new people in your life, you have to really stay on it,” Hudson, 31, said recently.

“I think Chris and I both have that priority checked.”

Related: Kate Hudson: I’m Close
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The Man and His Dream: A Francis Ford Coppola Profile (Part 3)

Trevor Hogg profiles the career of legendary filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola in the third of a five-part feature... read parts one and two.

“The success of The Godfather [1972] went to my head like a rush of perfume. I thought I couldn’t do anything wrong,” admitted Oscar-winning director Francis Ford Coppola who decided to produce a $23 million romantic fantasy. “One from the Heart [1982] suffered from the perception of me as some wild, egomaniac Donald Trump type of guy, and once they think about you that way, it’s just so many months before you’re brought down.” A middle class couple (Frederic Forrest and Teri Garr) split up and head off to Las Vegas where they encounter fanciful lovers. “I wanted to take a fable-like story and treat it almost the way [Walt] Disney would approach a story in his animated films,” explained the filmmaker. “If we had made the movie in Las Vegas,
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