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2010-03-12 10:40:00

American movie star Glenn Close has joined an elite list of celebrities who have had their genome sequenced in the name of science. Close joins the ranks of notable celebrities such as Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Craig Venter. Glenn Close, who is known for her movie roles in "Fatal Attraction", "The Big Chill" and "101 Dalmatians", said the offer was too good to pass up. "For me, anything that can move the science forward is worthwhile," Close said in a telephone interview with Reuters....

2010-01-23 22:58:00

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- DIAMONDS were the ideal adornment to phenomenal frocks on the world's most celebrated stars at the 16th Annual Screen Actor's Guild Awards. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20100118/NY39143LOGO ) It was Saturday night out in Hollywood with fashion forward diamond jewelry paired with youthful short dresses and timeless diamonds paired with demure gowns. Two of the best diamond looks included ravishing Kate Hudson in a long diamond sautoir...

2009-09-20 22:17:07

Mad Men won the Emmy Award for outstanding drama series for a second consecutive year in Los Angeles Sunday. Glenn Close picked up the prize for lead actress in a drama for her work on Damages. The award was presented shortly after the telecast's traditional In Memorium segment, which celebrated the lives and careers of Paul Newman, Natasha Richardson, Farrah Fawcett, Eartha Kitt, Karl Malden, Van Johnson, Ed McMahon, Patrick Swayze, Henry Gibson, Michael Jackson and other luminaries who have...

2008-09-23 21:00:21

By Alan Pergament Well, the Emmy Awards made history Sunday night in more ways than one. As expected, it honored deserving cable shows and actors at a historic level. The victories of AMC's "Mad Men" as best drama and Glenn Close as best dramatic actress for FX's "Damages" weren't unexpected. Bryan Cranston's win as best dramatic actor for AMC's "Breaking Bad" was a shocker, even though I predicted it. The only big network winner was NBC's "30 Rock," which won as best comedy for the...

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