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Topic - Tim Allen
The Oklahoma Legislature would tap $40 million from the state's Unclaimed Property Fund to help complete a Native American museum in Oklahoma City under a bill that overwhelmingly cleared a Senate committee Wednesday.
A man suspected of stealing one of Tim Allen's custom cars says the comedian left the keys so he could drive it to Denver.
Bourbon fan Tim Allen started his day of sightseeing by sipping whiskeys crafted at a Jim Beam distillery. Where else are pre-lunch nips more commonplace than in Kentucky bourbon country?
"Two and a Half Men" is treating Ashton Kutcher pretty well — so well that, by one measure, he's the highest-paid actor on the small screen.
The nature of manhood - understanding it, mastering it, faking it when necessary - keeps a hefty segment of men scrambling.
If the fall TV season is any guide, the sexual revolution that was supposed to liberate men and women from traditional sex roles seems to have resulted instead in a straight-up role reversal.
Casey Anthony will be freed on Wednesday after spending nearly three years in jail on accusations she murdered her 2-year-old daughter, a case that captured the nation's attention and divided many over whether a killer had been acquitted.
Woody the cowboy, Buzz Lightyear and their "Toy Story" pals are back on the big screen in a new adventure.
Woody the cowboy, Buzz Lightyear and their "Toy Story" pals are back on the big-screen in a new adventure.
After 45 years promoting treatment and the search for a cure for children he calls "my kids," comedian Jerry Lewis announced Monday he is retiring as host of the Labor Day Muscular Dystrophy Association telethon, which has become synonymous with his name.
Fairy tale figures, 1960s era stewardesses and men who dress up as women to get a job are featured in 13 new television series that ABC is introducing next season, along with proven performers Tim Allen and "Charlie's Angels."
Jack Donaghy, the boss on NBC's comedy "30 Rock," had had enough of TV inefficiencies and waste.
With his years as California governor behind him, Arnold Schwarzenegger soon will return to his acting career with a new animated TV series, Associated Press reports.
For years, Oscar voters have viewed animation as a second-tier genre, but "Toy Story 3," featuring the voice of Tom Hanks as Woody and Tim Allen as Buzz Lightyear, seems the most likely film to shatter the animated glass ceiling.
The star of "Home Improvement" and the "Toy Story" movies is becoming a pitchman for Chevrolet.
The fund currently has a balance of $90 million, and the $40 million was determined earlier this year to be the amount the fund could afford to pay and still maintain sufficient reserves, said Tim Allen, a spokesman for the state treasurer.
During an appearance at ABC's presentation of its schedule to advertisers, Allen looked down at ABC executives in the audience and said, "It took all of these guys and my team to convince me to come out of golf retirement to do this.