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Topic - Anthony Anderson
Comedian and actor Anthony Anderson sheds his funnyman persona to play a gun-wielding thug in "The Power of Few," an independent action-drama making its limited-release debut Friday.
It's the moment before the moment of truth. The new fall series are in the wings, just days or weeks from bursting into view and discovering their fate.
Actress Tempestt Bledsoe says she's thrilled to be returning to network television on a show that portrays "a positive black family" similar to the long-running hit sitcom she was a part of for roughly eight years _ "The Cosby Show."
Actress Tempestt Bledsoe says she's thrilled to be returning to network television on a show that portrays "a positive black family" similar to the long-running hit sitcom she was part of for roughly eight years _ "The Cosby Show."
"It's really about karma and choices and consequences," Anderson said. "It's about how every choice we make has consequences, good, bad or indifferent."
"Any chance I have to get back to New Orleans, I jump at it," Anderson said. "I found a love for the city and a love and affinity for the people there."