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Actor Vince Vaughn: Everybody's Buddy

After early work as a sociopath (Psycho, Clay Pigeons), Vince Vaughn seems to have hit his Hollywood stride with a string of comic efforts, playing opposite Ben Stiller, Will Ferrell and others. His latest is with Owen Wilson in Wedding Crashers.

Actor Vince Vaughn: Everybody's Buddy

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'Wedding Crashers' Likely to Win Hearts

Wedding Crashers stars Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson as two divorce mediators spending their spare time pursuing women at weddings. The comedy features what the reviewer describes as "crackerjack timing" by the co-stars.

'Wedding Crashers' Likely to Win Hearts

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'Boston Globe' London Reporter Charles Sennott

Charles Sennott is the London bureau chief for the Boston Globe. He was in London during the Underground and bus bombings on July 7. He discusses British reaction to the events and compares it to the American reaction to Sept. 11, 2001.

'Boston Globe' London Reporter Charles Sennott

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Mystery Writer Evan Hunter

Evan Hunter died Wednesday at the age of 78. Under the pen name Ed McBain, he was best known for his finely detailed "87th Precinct" novels. Mystery fans call McBain's books "procedurals" for their close attention to police procedures.

Mystery Writer Evan Hunter

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'Kinsey' Director Bill Condon

His film, Kinsey, is currently out on DVD. It's about the scientist Alfred Kinsey, whose pioneering research in the 1940s and 1950s examined human sexuality. Condon interviewed many of Dr. Kinsey's colleagues before writing the script.

'Kinsey' Director Bill Condon

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'Six Feet Under' Actress Lauren Ambrose

Actress Lauren Ambrose plays daughter Claire Fisher on the HBO drama series Six Feet Under. Also a classically trained opera singer, Ambrose appeared on stage last year in the Sam Shepard play Buried Child at London's National Theatre.

'Six Feet Under' Actress Lauren Ambrose

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