Tyler Perry Won’t Be Madea at the Halloween Party

Tyler Perry returns again as the tough grandma who tells it like it is in “Boo: A Madea Halloween.” In case you’re counting, it’s her ninth appearance on the big screen. In spite of Madea’s popularity, Tyler told me why you’ll never see him trick or treating in a wig and heels.

Rebecca Hall Relives a Shocking True Story

Rebecca Hall went to some dark places in “Christine,” as TV News reporter Christine Chubbuck who felt her career and life were at a dead-end and finally killed herself on a live newscast. Rebecca was just glad her new husband had a role and was there to comfort her behind-the-scenes.

Rare Birds of Hollywood: Michelle Rodriguez

Michelle Rodriguez has gone from tough lady to teacher. Ever since she traded punches in Girlfight, Michelle Rodriguez has held her own in hard driving action flicks. But she’ll surprise you with her latest role in Milton’s Secret.

Gene Wilder Is Unforgettable

Film: Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971), Starring Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka.     BKABH2 Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory Year : 1971 Director : Mel Stuart Gene Wilder

Film: Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971), Starring Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka. BKABH2 Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory Year : 1971 Director : Mel Stuart Gene Wilder

Gene Wilder told me he loved making people laugh. No matter where he was in the world, kids would say, “There’s Willy Wonka!” With that sweet face, that hair, those eyes – wow! He is truly unforgettable. RIP.

Fyvush Finkel Loved The Life He Lived

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Mandatory Credit: Photo by BEI/BEI/Shutterstock (5134413f)
Fyvush Finkel
Archive Photos
Fyvush Finkel .
1994 Emmy Awards
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Fyvush Finkel had more fun being famous than any one you’ve ever seen which always made talking to him such a delight. His “Boston Public” and “Picket Fences” fans adored him. He won an Emmy for playing the eccentric lawyer, Douglas Wambaugh, and proudly announced, “I waited 51 years to get on this stage.” He started in the Yiddush theater as a kid and told his jokes ‘til his last days. “There’s a saying,” he would laugh, “with one face, you can’t be at ten weddings! I cleaned that up to tell it!” But I can tell you with one tuchus he did a lot of acting.