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  • I summarize and analyze seven monologues performed by Tom Hanks characters throughout his acting career.

    The Best Tom Hanks Monologues

    The Best Tom Hanks Monologues

    by Laura Smith2

  • When Mark Wahlberg was a teenager, he attacked and harassed black school children and attacked an older Vietnamese man, calling his victims racial slurs. Let's look at the incidents and implications.

    Hate Crimes of Mark Wahlberg

    Hate Crimes of Mark Wahlberg

    by Nathan Bernardo49

  • Detailed biographies of the actors who played Tarzan on film and television, plus who played Tarzan on stage, as a boy, and some fun Tarzan spoofs and cartoons.

    Actors Who Have Played Tarzan

    Actors Who Have Played Tarzan

    by Glory Miller42

  • Clark Gable was what is now referred to as a toyboy. He used his attractiveness to women as a means of furthering his career. All his life he was a a womaniser, a serial seducer and philanderer.

    The Life and Many Loves of Clark Gable

    The Life and Many Loves of Clark Gable

    by gunsock25

  • A revealing portrait of Paul Walker emerges after his death, including some secrets that you likely never knew. Paul Walker's dark side is now revealed.

    Paul Walker's Dark Side

    Paul Walker's Dark Side

    by John Hollywood15

  • There are few fictional characters who are as well known as the great detective, Sherlock Holmes. Within the last hundred years, many actors have portrayed him in the movies. Here are five.

    Rating Five Actors Who Have Played Sherlock Holmes

    Rating Five Actors Who Have Played Sherlock Holmes

    by Christopher Peruzzi1

  • A must-read, complete list of the cutest, most popular, and talented male teen idols from the 1970s, loaded with biographical facts, trivia, photos, and video.

    1970s Male Teen Idols

    1970s Male Teen Idols

    by Glory Miller5

  • Olaf, villain of 'A Series of Unfortunate Events,' is wretched. Plus he's a bad actor. He's a perpetual menace to the protagonists, the Baudelaire orphans, and the possible murderer of their parents.

    Count Olaf-A Challenge to Act Badly

    Count Olaf-A Challenge to Act Badly

    by Christopher Peruzzi0

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