Patricia Arquette — the star of CBS’ “CSI: Cyber” and Academy Award winner for her role as a resilient divorced mother in “Boyhood” — recently took on a comedic guest role: teaming with Amy Schumer, Tina Fey and Julia Louis-Dreyfus for an episode of Comedy Central’s “Inside Amy Schumer.”
“Sex and the City” author Candace Bushnell, in L.A. to promote her book “Killing Monica” (which she swears isn’t about Carrie Bradshaw), shares tips for physical and mental fitness that help keep her away from the chaos and ahead of the pack.
Ricki Lake has gone from the lead in the 1988 cult-favorite film “Hairspray” to roles in movies and television, including “Cry-Baby,” “China Beach” and “The King of Queens,” and stints as a talk-show host.
Adrian Grenier’s laid-back attitude and leading-man looks made him an ideal fit for the starring role of Vincent Chase, the young actor who strikes box-office gold on the HBO series “Entourage,” and on June 3, “Entourage” the movie hits theaters, picking up where the TV series ended.
LL Cool J is the star of CBS’ hit series “NCIS: Los Angeles” and the host and producer of Spike’s “Lip Sync Battle,” based on a segment on Jimmy Fallon’s late-night show, in which two celebrities compete not merely mouthing a song but also by using costumes and choreography.
At 12, she was nominated for a Tony for the Broadway musical “High Society,” at 24, she snagged an Oscar nomination for the drama “Up in the Air,” and, at 27, her song “Cups,” from the hit comedy “Pitch Perfect,” went multi-platinum and became one of Billboard’s top songs.
She played a comically brusque lawyer on Fox’s “Ally McBeal,” one of “Charlie’s Angels” in two films and a fictionalized version of herself on HBO’s “Sex and the City,” but Lucy Liu is more than the sum of her acting parts.
The British doctor and author of ‘The Fast Diet’ researched and tried different eating and exercise regimens and even swallowed a tiny camera to figure out the best steps to avoid diabetes and achieve a healthier lifestyle. His findings surprised him.
Even if you’ve never been to New Jersey, names such as Snooki, the Situation and JWoww have become part of our cultural lexicon, thanks to TV’s “Jersey Shore,” embodying how to rock your summer at the beach with lots of partying.
Actress Julie Bowen of “Modern Family” doesn’t want other parents to go through what she and her husband did when their toddler experienced a life-threatening allergic reaction that sent him into anaphylactic shock.
Patrick Muldoon had his brains sucked out by a bug-eyed alien in “Starship Troopers,” and perhaps more appealing he’s been both a kindly heartthrob, Austin Reed on “Days of Our Lives,” and an evil heartthrob, Richard Hart on “Melrose Place.”
As the host of TLC’s “Freaky Eaters,” JJ Virgin is known for helping people overcome bizarre eating habits — consuming only cheesy fries, for instance, or putting tartar sauce on everything from cupcakes to Jell-O.