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2009-08-27 11:36:20

Actor and comedian Eddie Izzard will headline a Christmas movie for British television, the BBC said. Izzard, who starred in the TV drama The Riches, as well as the movies Ocean's 13, My Super Ex-Girlfriend and Valkyrie," Wednesday completed his 26th marathon in 31 days for the Sport Relief charity. The BBC said Izzard will be seen this holiday season in writer-director John Hay's The Lost Christmas.

2008-11-26 10:45:00

British comedian and actor Eddie Izzard has joined the cast of director Richard Levine's big-screen drama Every Day, Variety.com reported.

2008-11-20 09:19:07

British actor and comedian Eddie Izzard says a big-screen follow-up to his recently canceled U.S. television show The Riches is in the works. Izzard co-starred with Minnie Driver in the Golden Globe- and Emmy-nominated drama, which was about a family of con artists and ran for two seasons.

2008-10-12 18:00:17

NEW mum Minnie Driver won Emmy and Golden Globe nominations for playing an Irish gypsy in US series The Riches - but that didn't stop it from being scrapped.

2008-10-07 21:00:26

FX has canceled its U.S. television drama, "The Riches," featuring British movie stars Minnie Driver and Eddie Izzard, Variety.com reported Tuesday. The show about a family of con artists ran for two seasons.

2008-08-01 12:00:47

U.S. film actor Thomas Jane has been cast in an hourlong pilot for Hung, a dark comedy directed by Sideways writer-director Alexander Payne.

2008-07-22 00:00:28

By GREG HERNANDEZ Minnie Driver called to chat last week about her emotional new movie, "The Take," out on Friday.

2008-07-21 18:00:32

LOS ANGELES _ There's big news from the Television Critics Association press tour regarding "Damages": Ted Danson will be back as Arthur Frobisher on the FX show. His performance in Season 1 as the arrogant capitalist was one of the high points of the show, so that's great news.

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