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An Interview With Actor Frederick Weller

Actor Frederick Weller – (c) photographer Lena Ponorovsky

Actor Frederick Weller is mainly known for playing Marshall Mann in the acclaimed US television series ‘In Plain Sight’. But his first and foremost passion is the theatre. The New Orleans-native has been living in New York for many years and has built an impressive resumé on and off-Broadway. Among his plays are David Mamet’s ‘Glengarry Glen Ross’ with Alan Alda and Tom Wopat, and the Tony award-winning play ‘Take Me Out’. Time to catch up on some of the highlights, challenges and funny experiences in his career.

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Actress Sabrina Dickens takes time off acting to focus on backup career

Sabrina Dickens starts a course in Animal Studies.

Sabrina Dickens has recently revealed her plans for a forthcoming break on Twitter, in order to ‘follow a new dream’.  The multi award-winning British actress, last seen in the drama feature film Is This Now is putting acting less of a priority, in order to focus on her own personal development, which is to complete a course in Animal Studies.

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An Interview With Irish Comedian Frank Cronin

Irish comedian and actor Frank Cronin (c) K. Barraclough -

Irish comedian and actor Frank Cronin (c) K. Barraclough –

The life of Irish actor and comedian Frank Cronin would make an exciting novel. Not only does the Dublin native have a taste for adventurous activities, but he has also spent a few years in the Irish Defense Forces as a lieutenant, lived in a tent for almost a year while studying at the National University of Ireland and set up a bar and a restaurant while living in Mexico. For the past two years Frank has been living in Los Angeles, after having been awarded a full scholarship at the prestigious Stella Adler Academy of Acting. On top of having become a household name in his native Ireland, he has rapidly become one in the United States as well. Continue reading