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“Only recently was I able to live without a roommate,” Miss Dennings continued. “I’ve never been in jeopardy, but being an actor is a pretty shady place to be because you never know where your next job is.”

Miss Dennings, who also had a supporting role in “Thor,” said actors are only as strong as their latest movie parts.

“It’s like being a Gypsy,” she said. “You wrap a film, and then you might not get another one for another year and a half. You just have to be careful because you never know, so I’m very practical with money.”

“2 Broke Girls” airs Mondays on CBS.

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Seller on eBay offers Cage-as-vampire theory

Step aside, Edward Cullen. “Ghost Rider” star Nicolas Cage may very well be the hottest vampire around.

An eBay seller recently offered a Civil War-era photo of a man who bears an uncanny resemblance to the (supposedly) 47-year-old Californian, leading the photo’s owner to write in his auction listing that Mr. Cage has roamed the earth for hundreds of years as a vampire.

The eBay item read: “Original c. 1870 carte de visite showing a man who looks exactly like Nick Cage. Personally, I believe it’s him and that he is some sort of walking undead/vampire, et cetera, who quickens/reinvents himself once every 75 years or so. 150 years from now, he might be a politician, the leader of a cult, or a talk-show host.”

The snapshot, the poster said, “is not a trick photo of any kind and has not been manipulated in Photoshop or any other graphics program.”

We would hope it wasn’t doctored, considering the seller reportedly was looking for a $1 million bidder before eBay (or perhaps the photo’s owner) canceled the online auction.

The man in the photo, the eBay lister said, lived in Bristol, Tenn., around the Civil War period and was photographed by a Confederate Civil War prisoner of war. He said he discovered the photo in the back of an album that contained several Civil War death portraits, all of which were identified by name - except this one.

Although the concept of vampires recently has been reserved for the likes of the “Twilight” series or HBO’s “True Blood,” the Yahoo! blog omg! pointed out in a video post that Mr. Cage, who has been acting since the early 1980s, hasn’t changed much in appearance over the years. His timeless look puts him in vampire territory, as the undead creatures never grow old. Either that or he ages well.

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• Compiled by Laura Donovan 2011 The Daily Caller