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Latest Alec Baldwin Items
A struggling public library in Rhode Island is getting help from actor Alec Baldwin - again.
It's not just paparazzi and fed-up fans who think Hollywood's Alec Baldwin has been taking his frustration over media intrusions into his family life a bit too far.
Nearly five months after Alec Baldwin was fired by MSNBC for using anti-gay slurs, the actor has again waded into troubled waters by sending a homophobic tweet to a former Mitt Romney aide.
Hollywood hefty Alec Baldwin may talk a big game when it comes to criticizing New York City for its prevalence of celebrity-hungry paparazzi, and when it comes to vowing to move. But when it comes down to actually walking the talk, he's fallen a bit flat.
Bad boy-turned-bellyacher Alec Baldwin threw a 5,000-word, seven-page pity party for himself in the entertainment media he says he abhors. Hey, what better way for a Hollywood narcissist to protest the attention-starved shallowness of celebrity life than to wallow in it to the bitter end?
In a curious twist of fate, the Hollywood actor known almost as much for his hatred of paparazzi and the media as for his commercial screen appearances — Alec Baldwin — has won a role in "Law & Order: SVU" as none other than a journalist.
Alec Baldwin is putting a twist on his rocky relationship with the media: He's playing a meddling newspaperman on a NBC drama.
If Alec Baldwin does leave New York City, as he ranted in a recently published magazine piece, at least one segment of city society won't be upset: the police.
Hollywood hothead Alec Baldwin has found a new fight — this one, against his once-beloved city of New York.