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US actor says he’ll miss ‘intellectually fun’ TV role

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Matt Bomer says his character finds his most authentic and duplicitous self in the final season.

“I’ll miss so much about Neal; it’s impossible to boil it down to one trait,” disclosed American actor Matt Bomer of his character from the TV series “White Collar,” which is down to its last few episodes.

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‘Carrie’ grows up just fine in the ennobling Eighties

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TEEN Carrie, as played by Anna-Sophia Robb, is more interesting and is constantly evolving.

As evidenced by the first season of “The Carrie Diaries” last year, this prequel series to “Sex and the City” follows an altogether lighter, teen drama show format. It’s not as risqué as the half-hour sex comedy series, understandably, but what it lacks in adult situations and imagery, it more than makes up for in female-empowering scenarios.

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James Spader: I’ve always been lucky

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SPADER as the villainous “Red” Reddington in AXN’s “The Blacklist”

“He seems to be somebody who takes great delight in the perilous journey that his life has taken,” actor James Spader said of his new villainous character, “Red” Reddington, in a recent phone interview.

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Crystal Reed, horror fan turned ‘Wolf’ lover

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CRYSTAL Reed on “Teen Wolf”

“I feel that art is gray – there is no black and white or right and wrong,” said American actress Crystal Reed, who stars as Allison Argent in MTV’s new supernatural drama “Teen Wolf.” In a recent phone interview, Reed expounded on pursuing an artistic path after quitting her studies at Detroit’s Wayne State University. […]

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