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‘Bold And The Beautiful’ Is Bringing On Florence’s Mother For A Major Hope Stolen Baby Twist

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Hey, Bold And The Beautiful fans. We've got some major casting news for you guys in this new article, and it sounds like it could result in a major twist for the Hope stolen baby storyline. It turns out that the producers have decided to bring on the mother of Reese's accomplice Florence! That's right, guys. They're about to make this a family affair. According to the folks over at, the Bold And The Beautiful producers have hired veteran actress Denise Richards to come on and portray Florence's mother Shauna Fulton. The Shauna character is a long term contract role. That means we can expect to see a lot Shauna as well as Florence in the future. Really, it just sounds like they're going to drag this storyline out even more. The official description that's been attached to the new Shauna Fulton character reads like this, "Shauna is a fun-loving,
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The (Not So) Secret TV Past of George Clooney: The Golden Girls, Street Hawk, The Facts of Life and More

The (Not So) Secret TV Past of George Clooney: The Golden Girls, Street Hawk, The Facts of Life and More
George Clooney, Oscar winner. George Clooney, The Facts of Life star. They are the same person. Your favorite A-List actors weren't always on the top of the heap. Let's explore the (not so) secret TV past of your favorite stars. Clooney's first film appearance was in 1982 as an extra in And They're Off. Following his big screen debut, he hit TV with roles Riptide and Street Hawk. In 1984 he booked E/R, not to be confused with the breakout drama ER, and continued his guest starring spree, hopping around everywhere from The Golden Girls to Murder, She Wrote. Series regular and recurring roles came around, Bodies of Evidence, Sisters and Roseanne being a few of them, but everybody recalls Clooney's defining TV...
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Actor Fudge Dies

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Actor Fudge Dies
Actor Alan Fudge has died at the age of 77.

The prolific TV star passed away on 10 October in Los Angeles after a battle with lung and liver cancer, according to

Canadian screenwriter Graham Yost paid tribute to Fudge, telling the website, "Alan was one of the most generous, kind and caring men I have ever known. Many of the roles he played over the years reflected that side of him. And then there were the roles where he got to go really dark and twisted - those were the roles that made all of us who knew him smile and applaud. He was a great actor and a great man."

Fudge racked up a large number of TV credits in his long-running career, with roles in Man from Atlantis, Eischied, Paper Dolls, and Bodies of Evidence, along with parts in Kojak, Charlie's Angels, Magnum, P.I., Cagney & Lacey, The A-Team, Beverly Hills, 90210, Baywatch, and Dawson's Creek. He also enjoyed a recurring role in family drama series 7th Heaven over eight years.

Fudge's movie roles included parts in Capricorn One and Edward Scissorhands.

He was last seen onscreen in 2009 with guest appearances in Big Love, The Closer and The Office.

Working Out With Madonna Is Our Worst Nightmare

Doing aerobics in front of dozens of cameras while hot lights beat down on us, making our already over-productive sweat glands work even harder, is up there on the torture list for us. The only thing that would make it worse is if said aerobics class is being taught by Madonna, the woman who cracks walnuts in her ropey biceps for sport and whose thighs make small children weep for days. Seriously, nothing would be more frightening than having Madonna bark orders at us as we flail hopelessly in our yoga pants and five-year-old Race For The Cure t-shirt. Despite this visual, dozens of people leaped at the chance to work out with Madge at the grand opening of her Hard Candy gym last night Mexico; it looks like the only prerequisites were that they wear black and/or knee socks and/or spent half their childhood vogueing in front of their bedroom mirror.
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