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2008-10-12 15:00:14

An attorney for David Duchovny said the actor has checked out of a rehabilitation facility for treatment of sex addiction. Duchovny, who plays a sex-obsessed character on Showtime's "Californication," voluntarily entered the facility in late August. The 48-year-old actor and his wife, actress Tea Leoni, have two children. The couple married in 1997. Duchovny starred as the conspiracy-minded Fox Mulder on "The X-Files" TV series and in two films. (c) 2008 Columbia Daily Tribune. Provided by...

2008-10-10 15:15:00

Film actress Salma Hayek has signed on to play the recurring role of Elisa, Jack Donaghy's new love interest on the U.S. sit-com "30 Rock," NBC said Friday. Alec Baldwin plays Donaghy on the show, which co-stars series creator and executive producer Tina Fey. "Salma is truly a gifted talent and an incredible force in our industry," Teri Weinberg, NBC Entertainment's executive vice president, said in a statement. "I've had the privilege of working with her and I can't wait to see what...

2008-10-08 09:00:29

An attorney for David Duchovny says the actor has checked out of a rehabilitation facility for treatment of sex addiction. Duchovny, who plays a sex-obsessed character on Showtime's "Californication," voluntarily entered the facility in late August. Says lawyer Stanton Stein: "David has successfully completed his rehabilitation, he is out of rehab and will be starting a movie soon." Duchovny starred as the conspiracy-minded Fox Mulder on "The X- Files" TV series and in two films. The...

2008-10-07 09:00:33

David Duchovny's lawyer said the U.S. film and television actor has left the rehabilitation facility where he spent two months being treated for sex addiction. Duchovny is best known for his roles on the TV shows "Californication" and "The X-Files." He and his actress wife Tea Leoni have two children. "David has successfully completed his rehabilitation," Duchovny's lawyer told Usmagazine.com. "He is out of rehab and will be starting a movie soon." The celebrity news magazine said on its...

2008-10-06 09:00:30

By BECKY KRYSTAL By Becky Krystal The Washington Post Kath (Molly Shannon) thinks she finally has it all - a boyfriend on the verge of proposing, a great physique and the freedom of an empty house after seeing her daughter, Kim, off to marriage. That is, until said offspring (Selma Blair) comes whining back home, pronouncing that her marriage is "o-v-u-r!" Let the battle begin on "Kath & Kim," the NBC comedy premiering at 8:30 p.m Thursday . Kim mopes and pouts while...

2008-10-05 18:00:13

By ZOE I WAS sceptical when glamour girl Abi Titmus said she wanted to be a serious actress. But after two West End theatre productions and a Hotel Babylon cameo, she told me at the Loaded Lafta comedy awards that she's been in America filming a movie and doing a pilot sitcom. Go girl! (c) 2008 Sunday Mirror; London. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All rights Reserved.

2008-10-04 00:00:18

By Guy Adams The Saturday profile TINA FEY Her Sarah Palin act has provided the US election with a hilarious backdrop. Could she prove a more effective critic than Barack Obama? IF AMERICA wakes up on the morning of Wednesday 5 November to discover that John McCain has taken the White House and a moose- shooting former beauty queen from Alaska is now vice-president of the most powerful nation on Earth, there will be only one stronghold of the liberal elite that isn't reduced to outright...

2008-10-03 09:00:21

By KATE O'HARE By Kate O'Hare Zap2it.com WHEN A TV SERIES hits its fifth season, it can start to get a little mushy around the middle. David Krumholtz, star of CBS' mathematics/crime drama "Numb3rs," which reaches that milestone at 10 tonight, feels his show is still lean and mean. "I honestly think we hit our stride last year," he says. "Knowing what we've accomplished so far this season, I really do believe, it doesn't get much better than this. "If last year we hit our stride, this...

2008-10-03 00:00:15

By Guy Adams The new show from 'Lost' director JJ Abrams, a potent mix of weird science and skulduggery, will thrill Britain like it did America, says Guy Adams There are many ways to kick off a new television series, and very few of them will ever be completely original. But it's difficult to think of a screenwriter, living or otherwise, who has brazenly recycled an old dramatic device to quite the same effect as JJ Abrams. In 2004, the modish film-maker used an air crash to deposit...

2008-09-30 18:01:00

By LAURA CAPITANO Has anyone heard a good term for seasonal premium cable channel subscribers? You know, the folks who pay for HBO until the minute after the season finale of Entourage, or the rush of Showtime subscribers who just saddled up for tonight's Season 2 premiere of Californication. "Showbirds" occured to me, but I think we can do better. And, yes, this is my way of saying that based on first season merits, Californication is worth paying extra for. David Duchovny's Hank Moody...


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Gregory Johnson
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Gregory Johnson is a NASA astronaut and a former colonel in the United States Air Force. He was born Gregory Harold "Box" Johnson on May 12, 1962 in South Ruislip, Middlesex, United Kingdom. Throughout his childhood, he became an Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America.. He graduated from Park Hills High School in Fairborn, Ohio in 1980 and went on to attend the United States Air Force Academy, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in aeronautical engineering in 1984. He was...

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