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The "Full House" actress was among the 11 of 15 parents hit with new charges. "Our goal from the beginning has been to hold the defendants fully accountable," said U.S. Attorney Andrew E. Lelling.
Steve Carell and Jennifer Aniston talk about the similarities between their "Morning Show" characters and Matt Lauer and his NBC News team.
Johnson, 27, revealed her miscarriage in October 2017, with a message that she didn’t want others going through the experience to feel alone.
The former White House press secretary is backing her ex-colleague — but brushed off rumors she may join the reality show herself.
Lohan — who worked with Simpson on "The Masked Singer" in Australia — posted a photo of him with her younger sister, Aliana.
“Get it u guys? Do you get why [it] is funny?” Georgia wrote on Instagram as her mom completes her 13-day prison sentence for the college admissions scandal. On "Shameless," Macy plays a spectacularly deadbeat dad.
Trump has spent years complaining about the New York Times and Washington Post, so it's no surprise he may no longer allow them in the White House.
John Clarke, a longtime star of the NBC soap “Days of Our Lives” who was awarded the Lifetime Achievement daytime Emmy in 2005, died Oct. 16 from complications stemming from pneumonia, his family announced in a statement Monday night. He was 88, and had been in declining health for the last several years.Born in South Bend, Indiana in 1931 and raised across the country due to his father’s career as an Army officer, Clarke attended UCLA, receiving a BA in theater, where among his accolades he received the Sigma Rho award. He studied with Dorothy Foulger at UCLA, Michael Ferrall of the University of Washington, and Stephen Book in Hollywood.Clarke also served as an Air Force sergeant during the Korean war, performing as part of a troupe that entertained soldiers throughout the United States.Also Read: Bill Macy, Actor Who Played Bea Arthur's Husband Walter on 'Maude,' Dies at 97Clarke’s acting career included more than 75 performances at Chicago’s Tenthouse Theater, and a season-long leading man residency at the Palm Springs Playhouse. He also appeared in the feature films “Judgement at Nuremburg,” “It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad World,” “The Satan Bug,” “Man Missing,” and “Burma Patrol.”But Clarke was best known for his work on television, particularly his 39-year run playing Mickey Horton on NBC’s “Days of Our Lives,” beginning in 1965. He was nominated for Outstanding Actor in a Daytime Drama Series in 1979.Clarke’s other television roles include roles on “Gun Smoke,” “Have Gun Will Travel,” “The FBI,” “Sugarfoot,” “Death Valley Days,” “Twilight Zone,” “Maverick,” “Wanted Dead or Alive,” “The Law and Mrs. Jones,” “Petticoat Junction,” “77 Sunset Strip,” “Lawman,” “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman,” and the final season of “Hart to Hart.”Clarke was also active in church and in his community, serving as the first board president of the Capistrano Valley Symphony, Chief Referee for AYSO Regional Soccer and as a youth soccer coach for over ten years. He was also involved in the Latino Ministry, playing the guitar and leading singing during Spanish language services for 17 years.He is survived by Patty, his son Joshua and his daughter, actress Melinda Clarke, and three grandchildren. His daughter Heidi died from a heart tumor in 1994.“Above all, family life was always most important to John and his wife Patty,” his family said in a statement Monday. “John’s greater-than-life personality will leave a lasting impression on all his family and friends who love him.”Read original story John Clarke, ‘Days of Our Lives’ Star and Lifetime Achievement Emmy Winner, Dies at 88 At TheWrap
The actor apologized to her "Aquaman" co-star for using his "pecs to make a point" after an image of her own nipple was taken down.