Holliday Grainger has a thing for period pieces. That might be a bit of an assumption, but considering her last two major gigs have involved costumes from another century, it can’t be too far-fetched an observation.
I knew he’d get that mouse eventually.
Soap icon Rebecca Budig is best known for her work on “All My Children,” but it was her role on last week’s episode of “Castle” that caught our attention.
Model, reality show contestant, and television host, Hope Dworaczyk is primarily known for being really, really good looking.
Don’t wear while driving.
Bud Wiser: The King Of Writers
An actress since age eight, Renee Olstead is best known these days for her work on “The Secret Life of the American Teenager.” As of yesterday, she’s also known for a series of racy cellphone pictures that took the intertubes by storm and no doubt bought her at least a hash tag or two of additional starpower.
As a contestant on “Dancing With the Stars,” Petra Nemcova is expected to be charming, camera-friendly, and capable of being around aging D-list celebrities for hours on end without becoming immensely depressed.
Aubrey O’Day isn’t about to win any awards for classiness, but that wouldn’t really be her style anyway.
Fans of the later “Scrubs” episodes got a pleasant surprise last week when Eliza Coupe showed up on NBC’s “Community” sporting a pair of dark aviators and a pantsuit.
“House” actress Ashley Jones isn’t the most recognizable actress, but she maintains a distinct, dedicated following, primarily among fans of her soap opera work.
He’s just trying to save the trees.
Jes Macallan’s acting career is less than three years old and fewer than eight roles deep, but she’s already found herself at the center of the Hollywood gossip machine on more than one occassion.
Hide your ghost kids, hide your ghost wife.
It’s likely that Brit Marling’s appearance in “Community” last week resulted in a flurry of Google action directed at finding out who that cute blonde girl was that Gillian Jacobs made out with.
Best known for her role on USA Network’s “Royal Pains,” Jill Flint has a history of recurring television roles and multi-episode character arcs.
You’re about to see a lot more of Cody Horn. As announced yesterday, the model-turned-actress is joining the esteemed ranks of the Sabre Corporation staff as part of the new…
Sara Fletcher is still in the early stages of her career, but it’s not much of a stretch to picture her scoring that one role that’ll propel her into the spotlight.
At least the kid is making it in the world.
Before scoring a regular role on USA Network’s “In Plain Sight,” Nichole Hiltz could be seen in guest spots on shows from “The Shield” to “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and just about everything in between.
IBM needs to prep Watson better on Tolkien.
“The Simpsons” always seems to get it right.
I know it’s about a killing, but is so much brooding necessary?
Now try to fit it into a ball.
“Human Target” guest star Leonor Varela has a lengthy rundown of past projects under her belt.
Fox is really progressive in marketing their shows.
Morena Baccarin has a thing for sci-fi. Currently portraying the leader of a hostile alien race on ABC’s “V,” Baccarin previously boasted roles in space-opera cult favorite “Firefly” and “Stargate SG-1.”
Even cartoon pooches gotta poop.
Best known as the frustratingly mysterious Dr. Juliet Burke from that show about a time-traveling island or whatever, Elizabeth Mitchell is focusing on a more plausible realm of science fiction these days: Aliens. Aliens who are secretly lizards.
Those sons of b#tches at “American Idol” finally broke down and put a crazy homeless dude on national television for everyone to laugh at.