Jeremy Piven, Looking For A Bad Boy's Good Side The Entourage star got his start in Chicago, at a well-regarded theater run by his parents. He tells Madeleine Brand that his formative experiences there still inform his work today.
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Jeremy Piven, Looking For A Bad Boy's Good Side

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Jeremy Piven arrives at the premiere of "The Hangover" on June 2 in Los Angeles. (Matt Sayles/AP) hide caption

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Jeremy Piven arrives at the premiere of "The Hangover" on June 2 in Los Angeles.

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From left, David Koechner as "Brent Gage", Kathryn Hahn as "Babs Marrett", Jeremy Piven as "Don Ready", and Ving Rhames as "Jibby Newsome" star in "The Goods: The Don Ready Story", a Paramount Vantage release. (Sam Emerson) hide caption

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From left, David Koechner as "Brent Gage", Kathryn Hahn as "Babs Marrett", Jeremy Piven as "Don Ready", and Ving Rhames as "Jibby Newsome" star in "The Goods: The Don Ready Story", a Paramount Vantage release.

(Sam Emerson)

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