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John Rubenstein: Biography

30 January 2012 Leave a comment

John Rubenstein – Biography

John was born in Los Angeles in 1946, the son of a Polish concert pianist, Arthur Rubenstein. John followed in his father’s musical footsteps attending the Julliard school of music before beginning his acting career on the stage. He soon achieved Broadway success in the popular musical “Pippin” for which he won an award. As well as appearing on stage and screen, John has also stuck to his roots, composing scores for film and television.

John has had a long and varied career in film in TV appearing in such shows as Friends, Star Trek, 24, House as well as Angel and has recently appeared alongside Adam Baldwin in Day Break.


Keith Szarabajka: Biography

30 January 2012 Leave a comment

Keith Szarabajka – Biography

Keith Szarabajka (pronounced Sarah-bike-ah) was born and raised in Chicago and attended the University of Chicgo and then Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas.

In 1972 Keith became a member of The Organic Theater of Chicago where he remained for six years. He also worked at The Eugene O’neill Theater Center, Yale Repertory Theater, The Goodman Theater, Williamstown Theater Festival, The Mickery in Amsterdam, New York’s Second Stage, Cucaracha Theater of New York’s “Underground Soap” and New York Stage and Film at the Powerhouse Theater/Vassar.

Keith’s career on the screen began in 1980 and he has appeared in numerous films and TV series since then including, The X-Files, ER, and 24 as well as Angel.

Keith also enjoys reading short stories for Natioonal Public Radio’s “Selected Shorts” progam, which are taped in front of live audiences at New York’s Symphony Space and the Getty in LA. His other interests include scuba diving, softball, hiking, mountain biking, cooking, kick-boxing and writing.


The name Szarabajka means Dark Tale in Polish


Stephanie Romanov: Biography

30 January 2012 Leave a comment

Stephanie Romanov – Biography

Stephanie was born in Las Vegas, Nevada. She started her career as a model at the age of 15 when she was discovered by Elite Modeling agent John Casablancas. Her career took her first to Europe where she shot fashion layouts for Italian and French Bazaar, she then moved to New York where she appeared in Elle, Vanity Fair and French Vogue.

Stephanie moved to L.A. and gave up modelling for a career in acting, ironically her first major role was in Aaron Spelling’s Models Inc. Since then she continued to get guest starring TV roles and appear in movies, including Thirteen Days, before landing the role of evil lawyer Lilah Morgan in the first season of Angel, a role that would continue for 4 seasons.


Stephanie can speak fluent Russian and believes that she is a descendant of the Russion nobility. She is also known for her ability to do many accents.

As well as being a model and actor, Stephanie is a dancer

In 2006 Stephanie gave birth to her first child, Lily.


Gina Torres: Interviews

22 January 2012 Leave a comment

Gina Torres – INTERVIEWS


11 Jan: 2012 Project (video) 

Kieth Szarabajka: Appearances

22 January 2012 Leave a comment

Keith Szarabajka – APPEARANCES


17-20 May: Fedcon 

Eliza Dushku: Interviews

21 January 2012 Leave a comment

Eliza Dushku – INTERVIEWS


11 Jan: USA Today- Eliza Dushku Talks Tech 

Eliza Dushku Talks The League and White Collar with nTV Guide

14 December 2011 Leave a comment

Eliza Dushku Talks The League, a White Collar Return and What Really Matters to Her

Dec 8, 2011

by Damian Holbrook

She’s battled Buffy, brought it on and made us want to play in the weirdest dollhouse ever, so it’s no wonder we can’t get enough of Eliza Dushku. But for those of you still not hip to the hotness that is Dushku, we’re happy to say that she is more than just a pretty face who can kick ass. She’s also a funny lady — as proven by tonight’s bawdy guest spot on The League (10:30/9:30c, FX) — a budding filmmaker, and a philanthropist. Here, the multi-hyphenate fan fave discusses her latest foray into the funny business of TV and what we can expect from her in the coming year.

TV Guide Magazine: So how did a nice girl like you fall in with The League?
Eliza Dushku: They called, and Rick [Fox, her beau] and I had literally just watched a bunch of episodes we had downloaded. It’s always weird how that happens. Something comes on your radar and then the phone rings. We’re huge Curb fans, so we were familiar with [executive producers] Jeff and Jackie Schaffer, plus I think everybody knows I’m a huge sports fan. [Laughs]

TV Guide Magazine: What did you think of the episodes you watched?
Dushku: I think the show is so funny. I like the part-improv, part-scripted style, which is not something I’ve ever really done.

TV Guide Magazine: That had to be a little intimidating.
Dushku: It is! And yet, when you’re doing it with people who are so good at it…they show up, have the outline of the scene ready and really deliver. The creators Jeff and Jackie are on set every second helping you with [all this]. So I think I was more intimidated before I got there and realized how much they participate. Then you get to just shoot a bunch of things and have the confidence that they’ll pick your best stuff.

TV Guide Magazine: What do they have you doing on this episode?
Dushku: Kevin, who’s played by Stephen Rannazzisi, is getting pressure from his wife, Jenny, to be more active and less of a fat ass, as she says. So she sends him to a Krav Maga class, and I play the instructor. He suspects that there is something more than just teaching going on between himself and my character, but he can’t tell at first. Is it Krav Maga or is she hitting on him? Then it sort of escalates when he takes this back to his friends to see what they think, then we find out what is really going on at the end.

TV Guide Magazine: Are you trained in Krav Maga?
Dushku: I am not. But I am trained in being physical. I can take a guy down. [Laughs]

TV Guide Magazine: How do you like doing comedy?
Dushku: I love it! Of course, most people are more familiar with me from Buffy and Dollhouse, and more dramatic work. But Bring It On was in there, and I did Jay and Silent Bob with Kevin Smith. And it’s always “the grass is greener.” When you’re doing a drama, you think, “God, I want to do a comedy,” and then you do one and want to do something more dramatic. To mix it up and do something like The League is the ultimate.

TV Guide Magazine: Would you consider doing another series?
Dushku: After Dollhouse, I actually shot a comedy pilot over the summer that was from the producers of Two and a Half Men. And this was when it was questionable as to whether that show was going to return, and it was this really, really fun pilot. Then two days before the upfronts, the photos of Chuck Lorre and Ashton Kutcher having lunch together came out and it was like ‘ohhhh man!‘ We thought maybe we’d get picked up, but CBS clearly filled that slot.

TV Guide Magazine: I think your White Collar role earlier this season as the Egyptologist was the first time we saw you as a dressed-up grown up.
Dushku: Yeah, I was a very dressed up in that, wasn’t I? Those were my own shoes, I have to admit. I had to bring my own six-inch Prada pumps into the mix. [Laughs]

TV Guide Magazine: Any chance we might see you back on the show?
Dushku: They have talked to me about possibly coming back. That was so much fun…and the show is so great because it has that combination of the dramatic and the comedic to it. And I love Matt Bomer. He has been a friend since the Tru Calling days. In fact, I just found a picture of Matt and Zach Galifianakis from back in the day and they both look like babies!

TV Guide Magazine: What is next for you?
Dushku: My brother Nate and I have a production company, and we have been working for eight years on our Robert Mapplethorpe project. And over those eight years, when I was consistently working, it was really hard to get it finished. So we’re focusing on that and developing another feature that I will probably act in, which is really exciting to me. It’s a dramedy. And we’re working on a documentary on Albania — I got my Albanian citizenship this summer — we shot a special that may turn into a series. It’s sort of my love letter to Albania. I’m trying to diversify my portfolio, I guess! [Laughs]

TV Guide Magazine: And those are really diverse.
Dushku: Yeah, I know! I’m also working with my mother’s NGO [non-governmental organization] as well. She started a group in Northern Uganda…she’s 70-years-old and has been teaching African politics for so many years, but this was really her first project and I’m on the board. We’re trying to build a center there for trauma, healing, reflection and the rehabilitation of former child soldiers and victims of the war in Uganda. That’s a totally different world for me, but it’s so cool. I was asked to speak at Harvard a few months ago about the work we’re doing there. I’m definitely my mother’s daughter, and that’s a part of my life I never got to tap in to so much in the 20 years I was riding the acting thing. There is a lot I want to do and I feel like I have an opportunity to do it now and still stay in the acting world.

TV Guide Magazine: It’s nice to be at a stage in your career where you can pick the jobs you want to do, huh?
Dushku: I’m so grateful that I have been able to get offers and say “This is a cool piece, but it’s not exactly what I am looking to do.” It can be hard, because parts of me go “Oh, I really want to work.” But the truth is, I am working on like 15 different things that are part of the whole picture.

TV Guide Magazine: Has Sarah Michelle Gellar hit you up for a guest spot on Ringer?
Dushku: She is such a sweetie! You know, the life of working on a show, you’re sort of in lockdown, and I think she’s doing well with the show…but no, I have heard anything about a spot yet. [Laughs]

TV Guide Magazine: Well you have been busy.
Dushku: True. [Laughs] Oh, and I started a campaign on for my birthday this year, where we’re trying to raise money for Uganda. We just added a YouTube video, too, because when we were in Uganda, we also shot footage — part of our program is using film therapy where we give the people there cameras. Instead of just taking videos, we have them shoot their own footage and tell their own stories. We posted a video of some of the trip on the Crowdrise page.

TV Guide Magazine: When is your birthday?
Dushku: December 30!

TV Guide Magazine: Well that’s a pretty awesome way to celebrate.
Dushku: Thank you so much!

To contribute to Eliza’s campaign and help the former child soldiers of Uganda,

Original Interview at TV Guide

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