Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television: Robert De Niro, The Wizard of Lies Jude Law, The Young Pope Kyle MacLachlan, Twin Peaks Ewan McGregor, Fargo Geoffrey Rush, Genius Best Television Limited...
New York is the city that never sleeps, and with so many events and activities each week across all five boroughs, it can be hard to know what’s actually worthwhile. Here are the events New York City actors should have on their radars...Show More Summary
The Golden Globes are one of Hollywood's splashiest honours, often seen as good predictors as to what actors and movies might win Oscars and Emmys. This year, some of the best genre work from TV and movies are in the running to win a Golden Globe. More »
One of the actors who has benefited, and excelled, the most in this year of Peak TV has been Mädchen Amick. Hot off the tails of finishing the freshman season of the CW’s sexy romp of a teen drama, Riverdale, as a delightfully conniving mother, Amick reprised her role as ... More »
As reported by Variety, character actor Brent Briscoe died on Wednesday after a a “serious fall” that gave him internal bleeding and heart complications. Briscoe was 56. Read more...
Actor Brent Briscoe – known best for his role as JJ of JJ's Diner fame on Parks and Recreation – died at 56 on Wednesday. Per Variety, the cause of death is internal bleeding and heart complications sustained after "a serious fall" that...Show More Summary
Brent Briscoe, who’s perhaps best known to recent television audiences for his portrayals of the soft-spoken diner owner JJ on Parks and Recreation and Buckhorn’s capable detective Dave Macklay in Twin Peaks: The Return, has unexpectedly died at the age of 56. Per Variety, Briscow was treated in a hospital ... More »
Brent Briscoe has sadly passed away at the age of 56. The actor, best known for playing Detective Dave Macklay in Twin Peaks and diner owner JJ in Parks and Recreation, died on Wednesday (October 18) in Los Angeles. Brent passed away after a short hospital stay “due to a serious fall that resulted in [...]
Best known for “Twin Peaks” and “The Warriors,” he has a long career working with some of the most adventurous theater-makers of their day.
One of our greatest living character actors talks TWIN PEAKS, gardening, and his terrifying BRAWL IN CELL BLOCK 99 character. Read more...
Learn lines, audition, eat, sleep, repeat. Sometimes life in the big city can seem relentless and that’s when you need to chill out, take a break and have some fun. Backstage is here to help with that noble cause with our weekly guide...Show More Summary
A starring turn on television, much like it does for actors, can also make a house famous — or infamous as the case may be. That was what happened to this picturesque Everett, Washington colonial home. The house took center stage onShow More Summary
The John Carroll Lynch-directed drama stars the late “Twin Peaks” actor
Without question, one of the brightest shining lights in David Lynch's modern-masterpiece Showtime revival series TWIN PEAK: THE RETURN was actor Kyle MacLachlan's turn as not only Special Agent Dale Cooper but as his arm-wrestling,...Show More Summary
Commentary: The famous character actor died Friday at age 91, and he is already dearly missed.
Legendary character actor Harry Dean Stanton, known for his roles in Twin Peaks, Alien and more, passed away Friday at the age of 91. The post Harry Dean Stanton, Twin Peaks and Alien Actor, Dies at 91 appeared first on CBR.
Legendary actor Harry Dean Stanton has passed away of natural causes at the age of 91, according to TMZ. Stanton was most recently seen in Showtime's reboot of Twin Peaks, where he reprised his Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me role as Carl Rodd in the franchise. Show More Summary
The actor and musician was known for Alien, Twin Peaks, and more
Harry Dean Stanton, a veteran star of the big screen and small screen, died on Friday afternoon at Cedars-Sinai Hospital. He was 91 years old. The actor broke out in the film Paris, Texas and was also famous for roles in Twin Peaks,Show More Summary