|US Release Date||03/04/1988|
Opera singer Katherine Jenkins has parted ways with her agent, former Bros star Craig Logan, and her longterm manager within a matter of months.
Londoners have come face-to-face with a lifelike moving polar bear which is stalking the streets of the British capital to promote Stanley Tucci's new TV series Fortitude.
British rocker Mervyn Spence has taken refuge in the attic of his home to stop finance chiefs from repossessing it in a disagreement over his mortgage.
British comedian Stephen Fry has denied suggestions he is about to start a family with his new husband.
The Things They Say:
Elton John's new TV musical drama has been picked up for a pilot by bosses at America's HBO network.
Hollywood veteran Steven Spielberg returned to the Polish city where he filmed Schindler's List to give a moving speech to concentration camp survivors to mark Holocaust Memorial Day on Tuesday (27Jan15).
Justin Bieber is urging a Los Angeles judge to dismiss a hit-and-run lawsuit filed against him by a paparazzo last year (14), insisting the snapper put himself in harm's way by allegedly standing in front of a moving vehicle.
British actor Paul Bettany is considering moving back across the Atlantic to his native Britain because he wants his family to live together in London.
Oscar winner Dianne Wiest is facing the prospect of downsizing after struggling to find enough work to cover the rent for her New York City apartment.
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|Stacey Dash||Actor||Casey Pear||1||1000007|
|Raphael Harris||Actor||Marshall Pear||1||1000008|
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