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Australian police have charged a man with indecently assaulting a star of the hit television comedy "Modern Family," Sarah Hyland, in Sydney.
Carl Reiner remembers Sid Caesar as a great flame who drew comedy writer "moths" including Mel Brooks and Neil Simon to his side.
Twenty-First Century Fox said Thursday that its fiscal second-quarter net income dropped 49 percent, largely as a result of acquisition costs, but still matched Wall Street predictions.
Sarah Hyland of the ABC sitcom "Modern Family" dropped by the Grammys to cheer on pal Taylor Swift, whose album "Red" is up for album of the year.
Feb. 2: Actress Elaine Stritch is 89. Comedian Tom Smothers is 77. Singer Graham Nash is 72. Actor Bo Hopkins is 70. Singer Howard Bellamy of the Bellamy Brothers is 68. TV chef Ina Garten ("Barefoot Contessa") is 66. Actor Brent Spiner ("Star Trek: The Next Generation") is 65. Bassist Ross Valory of Journey is 65. Model Christie Brinkley is 60. Actor Michael Talbott ("Miami Vice") is 59. Actress Kim Zimmer ("Guiding Light") is 59. Bassist Robert DeLeo of Stone Temple Pilots is 48. Actress Jennifer Westfeldt ("Kissing Jessica Stein") is 44. Rapper T-Mo (Goodie Mob) is 42. Actress Marissa Jaret Winokur is 41. Singer Shakira is 37.
A complete list of winners at Saturday's 20th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards:
NEW YORK (AP) — Typically one sign a TV series is doing well is if there's a budget to travel and film on location. By that definition, "Modern Family" is doing extremely well — the cast is heading across the globe.
President Obama dropped in on the DreamWorks movie studio last week while on a West Coast scavenger hunt for Democratic campaign cash. Lavishing praise on an industry that has lavished millions of dollars on him, the president told the assembled cast, crew and executives that "entertainment is part of our American diplomacy" and that Hollywood exports "our values" globally. To paraphrase a previous Democratic president, that all depends on what the definition of "our values" is.
In another effort to change the subject from Obamacare, President Obama Tuesday gave a big wet kiss to Hollywood and his fundraising pal Jeffrey Katzenberg of the Dreamworks studio for the entertainment industry's global influence.