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By Brahma Chellaney
Beijing's creeping aggression signals a challenge to U.S. presence in the Asian Pacific
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Topic - Jeffrey Tambor
Much to his surprise, Al Pacino learned that once upon a time he met the legendary music producer Phil Spector, whom he now plays in a new HBO film.
The sweetness is gone for Gavin DeGraw on "Dancing with the Stars."
Alongside rooms peopled with visions of technological futures and carefully calibrated self-promotion, Jeffrey Tambor is urging two young actors to scream and wrestle with each other.
"Arrested Development" is coming back to life on the Netflix video streaming service.
Kelsey Grammer has tied the knot for the fourth time in a familiar place.
Jeffrey Tambor has pulled out of Broadway's latest revival of "La Cage aux Folles," (lah-KAJ'-oh-fahl) citing complications from a recent hip surgery.
"I cannot tell you how important attitude is during this little thing that we're doing," Tambor said. "What I'm interested in is attitude on the set and care and maintenance of directors, actors, writers. Especially when you have no money, especially when you're behind. Just especially."
He denied ownership of the lessons he teaches, noting they're ones he's "tripped on all my life."