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Milo O'Shea, a versatile Dublin-born stage and screen actor known for his famously bristling, agile eyebrows and roles in such disparate films as "Ulysses," "Barbarella" and Franco Zeffirelli's "Romeo and Juliet," has died. He was 86. O'Shea, who also...
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If you ask a smart, talented, prolific, highly opinionated and possibly overextended writer to create a series for you whenever he gets the chance, you might get a terrific television show. Or you might get "The Newsroom," which is what HBO got when it...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterDENNY CRANE calls it "mad cow," but viewers of "Boston Legal" know William Shatner's character is in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease. Another character on the show, Jerry Espenson (played by Christian Clemenson), has strange tics, can't keep his...
Show TrackerSome cast members of "The West Wing" have reunited for a Funny or Die short to promote the physical benefits of walking. "The West Wing" was famous for its walk and talks....
John D. Lowry, an entertainment technology innovator who founded Lowry Digital Images, the renowned movie restoration company in Burbank that worked its magic by returning film classics such as "Casablanca" and "Star Wars" to their pristine state for...
LA Times MagazineA special extended episode of prime-time TV opening sequences—part three, 1990–2011. Play the clips, vote for the best...
By day, her "Malcolm in the Middle" character, Lois, ruled the roost in an unkempt house on a suburban block. But after work, actress Jane Kaczmarek returned to an Italian Renaissance Revival villa in sedate San Marino more in keeping with her role as a...
A man many Americans still think of longingly as President Josiah Bartlet is waiting for a light to change at the intersection of Washington Boulevard and Hughes Avenue in Culver City. He is on foot and in conversation with a companion, on his way to...
Gold DerbyThere's a curious trend in category placement at the Emmys this year. Lots of female stars who were formerly competing in the supporting slot have promoted themselves â wisely or foolishly â to lead. Lots of the moves, let's just say, aren't wise...
Special to The TimesWoodbridge Park is Studio City without as much flash. The cars aren't as fancy, the clothes aren't as showy and the homes aren't as ritzy, but affluence is still the standard for those who call this neighborhood home. Beginnings Over the last century,...
You could call it a shorts sale. Tom Lennon, the pants-averse Lt. Jim Dangle on Comedy Central's "Reno 911!" (2003-09), and his actress wife, Jenny Robertson, have purchased a Hancock Park-area house for $2,175,000. The seller was "ER" actress Maura...
Hollywood deal-making lawyer Peter Nelson has listed his Bel-Air estate for sale at $5,995,000 or for lease at $14,000 a month. The gated traditional has four bedrooms and four bathrooms and sits on nearly 1.75 private acres. It has mature sycamores,...
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