Dynamic actor from the Broadway stage who entered film in 1929 and parlayed his success as the antic, fast-talking Hildy Johnson in the 1930 theatrical production of "The Front Page" into a number of...
The Memento star has learned invaluable lessons from his partner Kate Mestitz and older sister, Tracy, who suffers from Cornelia de Lange syndrome, a disorder which affects intellectual and physical development.
He tells British publication The Observer Magazine, "I like to think I have empathy. Growing up with a sibling with special needs opened my eyes to things. You think differently when you see how she struggles with the world and the care she needs."
Pearce admits his psychologist wife Mestitz, who he met at school when he was 12 years old, helped him remain humble despite his international success.
He adds, "Having a partner who has nothing to do with Hollywood helps keep things in perspective. Our life is not in any way centred around celebrity, partly because we live in Melbourne and partly because of my reluctance to be involved in it."
Wagner and her longtime boyfriend, actor Barry Watson, welcomed daughter Clover Clementyne last week (30May12).
A statement from the couple to People.com reads: "We are overwhelmed with love and joy at the birth of our daughter."
The baby's first name was reportedly inspired by Inside Daisy Clover, a Wood film from 1965.
Clover is Wagner's first child; Watson has two sons from his marriage to Tracy Hutson.
"We just recently found out, the test results came back, she's my daughter. It could have been O.J.'s (Simpson); it was a threesome... We spoke on the phone and she loves daddy!" Funnyman Tracy Morgan jokes about being Khloe Kardashian's father. Kim Kardashian's socialite sister has been dogged by unfounded rumours suggesting she's doesn't share the same biological dad as her famous siblings.
The 30 Rock star was hospitalised ahead of a show in Denver, Colorado on Saturday (05May12) and treated for flu-like symptoms and dehydration.
He was released after several hours in doctors' care, but was too sick to perform and was subsequently pictured being pushed through an airport in a wheelchair as he made his way back to New York City.
However, Morgan has now reached out to fans to calm fears for his health.
In a post on his Twitter.com page, he writes, "Feeling a little better... Had to call in sick on Saturday. I'm sorry I had to cancel. Love you Denver. I'll make it up to you."
The 30 Rock star, who suffers from diabetes, was also treated for dehydration and was released after several hours in doctors' care.
However, Morgan was still too weak to perform and had to axe a show in the city that night, according to TMZ.com.
He was photographed catching a flight back to New York from Denver International Airport on Sunday (06May12), but had to rely on an assistant to push him through the airport in a wheelchair.
Morgan previously endured a health scare in January (12) after fainting during a party at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah. His representative blamed that incident on exhaustion and altitude sickness.
The actress' publicist has confirmed the Two Girls & a Guy star is pregnant with actor husband Barry Watson's baby.
Wagner, who is tragic movie icon Natalie Wood's daughter, is "expecting soon", according to Life & Style magazine.
The baby will be Teaching Mrs. Tingle star Watson's third child - his son Oliver turns seven on Wednesday (02May12) and he also has a four year old, Felix, from his second marriage to Tracy Hutson.
The former ER star was led away in handcuffs after joining a demonstration on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. to protest against plans to cut America's Medicaid program. The proposals have sparked fears many elderly and disabled people will lose at-home medical care and be forced into nursing facilities.
Wyle was among more than 100 campaigners who were detained by police at the protest, and he admits his first ever arrest was a "slightly surreal" experience, telling the Associated Press, "As soon as everybody saw me being led away, they let up a big whooping cheer, which made me feel really good..."
Wyle warned his estranged wife, Tracy, and their children, nine-year-old son Owen, and six-year-old daughter Auden, that he might be arrested during the day, but admits they were happy to see him fight for a cause: "I think they're really proud of the old man right now."
The actor's arrest comes just weeks after his former ER co-star George Clooney was also detained by police during a demonstration outside the Sudanese Embassy in Washington, D.C. and Wyle jokes, "(I'll) let George focus on the international; I'll deal with the small domestic issues."
The 30 Rock star was involved in a minor shunt in Manhattan on Monday night (02Apr12) when a bike-riding courier slammed into the door of his car as Morgan opened it.
The actor is adamant he failed to see his fellow road-user because he was dressed head-to-toe in black - and he's advised cyclists to brighten themselves up to reduce the number of accidents in the Big Apple.
Morgan tells New York Post gossip column Page Six, "I mean, this guy was wearing all black... these guys should wear lights or reflectors or something. This kind of stuff happens all the time in the city."
The cyclist was not seriously hurt but was taken to hospital for a check-up.
The 30 Rock star was enjoying an evening out with friends at a branch of Japanese-style eaterie Benihana when he started off an impromptu performance of Meat Loaf's classic hit I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That).
Footage, obtained by TMZ.com, shows Morgan encouraging all the other diners to join in for a mass singalong.
On stage with stock companies for five years and road companies for two years
Dynamic actor from the Broadway stage who entered film in 1929 and parlayed his success as the antic, fast-talking Hildy Johnson in the 1930 theatrical production of "The Front Page" into a number of screen roles as a hyperactive reporter. Noted for his staccato, nasal delivery, Tracy played a host of commanding leads and supporting roles through the 1940s and won an Oscar nomination for his performance in the 1964 drama, "The Best Man". He also starred in the TV series "Martin Kane--Private Eye" (1952-53) and, again as a reporter, on "New York Confidential" (1958-59).