Ugly Betty star America Ferrera was the first among that show's cast to issue a public response to the "devastating" news that series creator Silvio Horta died Tuesday. Ferrera, who now stars in Superstore, posted on Instagram that she was "stunned and heartbroken" to learn of Horta's apparent suicide. (Read full story here.) "His talent and […]
Silvio Horta, creator of ABC's popular series "Ugly Betty," was found dead in a Miami motel room on Tuesday in an apparent suicide. He was 45. Sources tell Variety that Horta died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. A representative for Horta confirmed his death, but declined to comment on the nature of it. The American […]
The actress, who is of Honduran descent, has starred in more than 19 movies, including the the third and final installment, "How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World."
American Ferrera was just 17 when she hit the big screen in 2002’s "Real Women Have Curves." The role not only elevated her career, but it also put a spotlight on the beauty of Latino culture and its generations of strong women.
‘Freaks and Geeks’ Bill Haverchuck as Jaime Sommers The Bionic Woman His fellow trick-or-treaters may have been unimpressed with Bill's get-up, but this easily hovers near the top of our list of our all-time favorite TV character Halloween costumes. Martin Starr's performance as the comically low-key Bill was always brilliant, but never more so than the scene in which he imagines what Jaime Sommers would wear, carefully applies her makeup (complete with a tissue blotting of the lips after putting on lipstick), carries on a phone conversation, as Jaime, with imaginary Oscar Goldman, and turns down a marriage proposal from Steve "The Six Million Dollar Man" Austin. God, we still miss this show. (Credit: NBC
“Before this, I was doing extra work,” Rodriguez remembers. Since leaving that show, Rodriguez has appeared in movies including "Magic Mike" and guest-starred on series including "Ugly Betty," "Jane the Virgin," and "Empire," which was a challenge. Watch to see which show Rodriguez campaigned to be on, why he got yelled at as an extra on the movie "Cop Land," and his reaction to joining the long-running "Criminal Minds."
It has been six years since "Ugly Betty" left the air, but after America Ferrera’s visit to "Watch What Happens Live," we learned it may not be long before it returns.
The cast of 'Ugly Betty' will also reunite for closing night of the festival, which is now going into its fifth year.
Still mourning your favorite long-lost TV series? Luckily, former castmates have shared some sweet reunions via social. Check out how thrilled members of The Office, That ‘70s Show, Boy Meets World, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and more are to meet again!
On January 10, 1999, a bathrobe-clad Tony Soprano first bent over to pick up a Star-Ledger in his driveway — and TV changed forever. No reality TV here, folks: just the 99 richest, most fascinating fictional characters from both comedies and dramas to grace the small screen over the past decade and a half. You don’t ever want to meet someone like Wilhelmina Slater in real life, but the former wicked witch of primetime — who was based on the likes of Cruella de Vil and Maleficent — is a total delight on television.