Valerie Harper was rushed to the hospital on Wednesday night before a performance of her musical “Nice Work If You Can Get It” in Ogunquit, Maine. The Emmy winner, best known for her role as the…
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In January, Valerie Harper was told she had three months to live. Doctors had successfully removed a lung tumor in 2009, but the cancer cells had moved to her brain. Now, 10 months have passed since…
The sluggish start to the season for Fox’s “The X Factor” continued Thursday as it dropped slightly from its modest premiere of last week to series lows. NBC, meanwhile, got an expected boost for the…
Leah Remini, who has been making headlines this summer for her acrimonious split with Scientology, headlines the cast for upcoming season of “Dancing With the Stars.” The lineup for the 17th season…
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The HBO star, who will receive the Variety TV Impact Award at the Banff World Media Festival, reflects on her dynamic career.
Continuing its acquisitions spree at Cannes, Image Entertainment has acquired all U.S. rights to Julian Harris’ horror-thriller “Shiver,” starring Danielle Harris, (pictured) John Jarratt and Casper…
Rob Ruggiero, the director whose Broadway credits include Valerie Harper starrer "Looped" and Kathleen Turner topliner "High," has been named the new producing artistic director at TheaterWorks in…
Don Rhymer, a screenwriter behind animated films including "Rio" and feature comedies including the "Big Momma's House" franchise and "The Santa Clause 2," died of cancer in Los Angeles on Nov. 28…
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