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SAG-AFTRA Leaders Blasted for Misuse of Union Funds

A group of actors led by former SAG president Ed Asner has accused the leadership of SAG-AFTRA of a laundry list of financial misdeeds – allegations the union vehemently denies. The allegations are contained in a 10-page letter thatShow More Summary

Ed Asner To Star In ‘The Santa Files’; ‘Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda’ Adds Clark Moore

Illustrious Hollywood actor Ed Asner, known for classics like The Mary Tyler Moore Show and it’s spin-off Lou Grant, has been tapped for the title role in the upcoming family film The Santa Files. From writer-director Tom Denucci, the pic is about a group of outcast kids who go on a holiday adventure hunt to find Santa Claus. Show More Summary

Hollywood Honors Mary Tyler Moore, Dead At 80, For Legacy Of Love & Laughter On TV And In Life

As the news spread that Mary Tyler Moore had died at 80, Hollywood stepped up to honor the woman who could light up the world with her famous smile. From co-star Ed Asner, whose character grumpily labeled her as spunky, to talk show host Oprah Winfrey, the actress is being remembered for her legacy both... Show More Summary

Ed Asner says Mary Tyler Moore had spunk, and this time he liked it

Sitcom co-star says cast 'worshipped' Moore, and praises her as "an inspiration" to women.        

Hollywood Grieves Over Mary Tyler Moore

News of the death of Mary Tyler Moore triggered an outpouring of love for the TV icon, with many who knew and worked with her taking to social media to express their feelings. Ed Asner, who starred with Moore on...

Ed Asner, Katie Couric, and Many More Pay Tribute to Mary Tyler Moore

Mary Tyler Moore died Wednesday at age 80, prompting a wave of tributes from industry peers and collaborators. The Emmy-winning actress was an icon in TV sitcoms, most notably for her work in The Mary Tyler Moore Show and The Dick Van Dyke Show, and a groundbreaker for women in comedy and broadcast news. Show More Summary

'Mary Tyler Moore' co-stars and celebs react to star's death

Hollywood paid tribute to Mary Tyler Moore on Wednesday, soon after news of her death was announced. The TV icon, known for "The Dick Van Dyke Show" and her own "Mary Tyler Moore Show," died Wednesday at 80 years old. Ed Asner, who played Moore's boss in the "Mary Tyler Moore Show" was one of the...

Stephen Moyer To Helm ‘The Parting Glass’; Anna Paquin Stars

EXCLUSIVE: True Blood‘s Stephen Moyer will make his feature directorial debut with The Parting Glass. Anna Paquin will star with Denis O'Hare, Ed Asner, Cynthia Nixon, Melissa Leo, Rhys Ifans and Paul Gross. O’Hare wrote the drama, which follows a family reeling with their sister's death. Show More Summary

Judge Dismisses Ed Asner Suit Vs. Actors’ Equity; Small L.A. Theaters Must Pay Minimum Wage

A federal judge in Los Angeles has dismissed a lawsuit that would have prevented Actors’ Equity from requiring small L.A.-based theater companies that sign its contract to pay their actors at least minimum wage.   The suit, whose lead...Show More Summary

So very tempting

How much more Boulder could this be? None. None more Boulder. Actor Ed Asner will moderate the third-party presidential debate being held on the University of Colorado campus this week, organizers announced today. Asner, the seven-time Emmy Award-winner best known for his performances in “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” “Lou Grant” and the animated film […]

Casting Bits: Anna Paquin Joins 'Alias Grace,' 'Bones' Adds 2 Big TV Vets and Dr. Frankenstein Returns to 'OUAT'

Anna Paquin (X-Men's Rogue) finds a new home on the latest Netflix mini-series, long-time TV veterans Ed Asner and Hal Holbrook sign on to Bones' final season and a doctor returns to Once Upon a Time. Find out all of the latest casting details in BuddyTV's casting news roundup.

Taxes, government, and the good life

by Linda Beale Taxes, government, and the good life In 2012, Ed Asner narrated a cartoon video prepared for the California Federation of Teachers called “Taxing the Rich”.  It’s worth watching, given the four-decades-long effort by the GOP to convince ordinary Americans that “trickle down” economic goodies will be coming their way if they only […]

Taxes, government, and the good life

In 2012, Ed Asner narrated a cartoon video prepared for the California Federation of Teachers called "Taxing the Rich". It's worth watching, given the four-decades-long effort by the GOP to convince ordinary Americans that "trickle down" economic goodies will be...

Negotiations fail in Actors' Equity 99-seat theater dispute; both sides head for court

Negotiations to resolve a minimum wage dispute between Actors’ Equity Assn. and a group led by actor Ed Asner have failed and the parties are headed to court, according to a statements released by both sides this week. At the center of the lawsuit is Equity’s 99-seat theater plan, which calls for...

Ed Asner To Receive Long Island International Film Expo’s Lifetime Achievement Award!

Ead Asner, famed Actor, Activist and 7-time Emmy Award winner, will receive the Long Island International Film Expo’s Lifetime Achievement Award. The Long Island International Film Expo (LIIFE) runs from July 13-21, 2016 at the historic Bellmore Movies, 222 Pettit Avenue, Bellmore, N.Y. Show More Summary

Ed Asner and Sally Struthers -- Hot Couple Alert ... Groping and Spanking (VIDEO)

Ed Asner not only copped a feel Sunday night... he oil checked Sally Struthers. The 86-year-old -- who filed for divorce last year -- presented an award to the "All in the Family" star and macked on her like a 20-something stud. Truth be…

Hollywood Reacts To Death Of Oscar-Winner Patty Duke: Sean Astin, Octavia Spencer, Ed Asner

Refresh for updates: A number of those who worked with Patty Duke, not just in film and TV, but also at the Screen Actors Guild where she served as president from 1985-1988, were saddened by the news of her death. Duke was the second...Show More Summary

Actors’ Equity & Dissidents Call Ceasefire In 99-Seat Theater Dispute

Actors’ Equity has delayed the implementation of its new 99-seat waiver policy in an effort to resolve a lawsuit filed by a group of dissident actors led by former SAG president Ed Asner, who say the policy will destroy small theater in Los Angeles. Show More Summary

Morning Roundup: Hello There Edition

In the news: Ed Asner is the grand marshal of the Manassas Christmas parade, people are pretty ready for prosecutors to stop investigating Vincent Gray, and more. [ more › ]

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