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Topic - Anthony Anderson
A 19-year-old Tupelo man has been charged in the 2012 fatal shooting of a Verona man.
Authorities are searching for two inmates who escaped from a northeast Oklahoma jail early Wednesday.
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.
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."
"A lot of them get funny looks because it's not what people are used to seeing, and this show reflects this new dynamic in the American family," he said.
Anderson said he was drawn to the role for several reasons, including his strong feelings about the importance of having a father figure and the fact his character "chooses" to stay at home with his children rather than being forced to do so because he lost his job.