Here's something not enough people know about: Every week, a team of White House videographers puts together a short episode encapsulating what the President did that week -- who he met with, where he traveled, and all sort of otherShow More Summary
A broken part of a plane wing has washed up on the French island Reunion in the West Indian Ocean. Investigators are studying whether it's part of the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370
In Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical Hamilton (which opens on Broadway on August 6 after a much-praised run this past winter at the Public Theater), the founding father emerges as an immigrant striver and Constitution architect, one who struggles with his own sense of ambition — and the odd duel — and... More »
Mr. Coe’s credits included “L.A. Law,” “The West Wing” and “Kramer vs. Kramer.”
This week, the President visited Steel City and The Big Apple, celebrated the anniversary of the ADA and the signing of AGOA, and hosted a newly minted head of state -- all while a U.S. delegation led by Dr. Biden traveled through Asia. read more
The West Wing alum Bradley Whitford has been cast as Vice President Hubert Humphrey in All The Way, HBO’s adaptation of Robert Schenkkan’s play. Whitford joins an all-star ensemble including Bryan Cranston (reprising his role as Lyndon B. Show More Summary
It started with a video. Logan, an 11-year-old from Hartford, Michigan, asked his dad to film him confronting his bullies -- reading a series of mean-spirited comments from his YouTube page. His message was simple: "I hope that people...Show More Summary
This week, the President secured a historic nuclear deal with Iran, traveled to Oklahoma to highlight the administration's work on criminal justice reform and the ConnectHome Initiative, designated three national monuments, spoke at the White House Conference on Aging and dropped by the Kids' "State Dinner." read more
Alan Alda, the 79-year-old TV legend (hello, “MASH,” “The West Wing,” and “The Blacklist”) is basically your dream high school science teacher. Surprised? You shouldn’t be. Alda, who was in town Wednesday night to give a lecture at the National Academy of Sciences helped found the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University. The […]
He made his name in the RSC’s marathon production of Nicholas Nickleby in 1980, became known to millions through roles in the series Cheers and The West Wing, and (between the occasional major film) maintained a long and successful career as a stage actor and director on both sides of the Atlantic.
The actor who played the English millionaire Robin Colcord, who was romantically interested in Kristie Alley’s Rebecca on the long-running sitcom “Cheers,” has died. The actor’s name was Roger Rees, a Welshman, who “died at his home in New York...
Television audiences knew actor Roger Rees as the hilariously condescending Robin Colcord on "Cheers," the glib British ambassador Lord John Marbury on "The West Wing" and numerous other characters in a four-decade small-screen care...
Roger Rees, the Tony Award-winning Welsh actor best known to American audiences as millionaire industrialist Robin Colcourt on Cheers and British ambassador Lord John Marbury on The West Wing, has died at age 71 after a brief illness. Show More Summary
An expressive voice, a patrician presence and the admiration of his fellow actors are the long-time stage and screen performer’s legacy.
Welsh-born actor Roger Rees died at his home in New York City on Friday after a brief illness. He was 71. Rees was known for a variety of roles, including appearances on "Cheers" and "The West Wing," films such as "The Prestige" and "Robin Hood: Men in Tights" and a number of parts on Broadway. Show More Summary
Actor Roger Rees has passed away at the age of 71. Known for his roles on 'Cheers' and 'The West Wing,' the Welsh-born actor died at his home in New York City after a brief illness.
Roger Rees, a Welsh-born Tony and Olivier winning actor passed away Friday night after a “brief illness”. Rees, a 71-year-old veteran actor, immortalized by such iconic roles he played in Cheers and The West Wing, passed away after a “brief illness,” confirmed his spokesperson Rick Miramontez. Show More Summary
Roger Rees, a long-time theater and television actor best known for roles on Cheer and The West Wing, passed away on Friday night. He was 71 years old. Most dedicated to professional life on the stage, Rees left his latest Broadway musical...Show More Summary
Stage and screen actor Roger Rees has sadly died at the age of 71. The actor died on Friday night (July 10) at his home “after brief illness,” his rep told the New York Times. Roger was starring on Broadway in the new Tony-nominated musical The Visit alongside Chita Rivera just a few months ago, [...]
This week, the President celebrated the 239th birthday of the United States, chatted with some World Cup champions, met with his national security team to discuss our anti-ISIL strategy, and hosted an historic Oval Office visit. That's July 3rd to July 9th or, "Bask in the Glory." read more