In the political thriller Thirteen Days, Kevin Costner explores the Cuban Missile Crisis and how John and Robert Kennedy saved the world.
Posted: December 1, 2000 By David Giammarco
At 70, the consummate actor shows no signs of slowing.
Posted: October 1, 2000 By Alysse Minkoff
A personal tragedy led John Walsh to become one of America's most dedicated crime fighters and the host of "America's Most Wanted."
Posted: August 1, 2000 By Mervyn Rothstein
On her own two years after her husband's death, Bo Derek, the original "10," is forging a new path.
Posted: August 1, 2000 By Alysse Minkoff
Kevin Bacon is making it outside Hollywood.
Posted: June 1, 2000 By Alysse Minkoff
In the early years of corporate America, J.P. Morgan was the undisputed king of U.S. Finance.
Posted: April 1, 2000 By Thomas F. Gillen
Actor, writer and now director, Laurence Fishburne is in full artistic soar.
Posted: February 1, 2000 By Paul Chutkow
Let the critics snipe, pro wrestling honcho Vince McMahon will tell you, "we're about what people want."
Posted: December 1, 1999 By Joel Drucker
After a controversial film and five Years as TV's "Commish," Michael Chiklis's next challenge Is Convincing Producers He's younger than his roles
Posted: December 1, 1999 By Susan Karlin
After almost three decades portraying Erica Kane, Susan Lucci has—finally—won that elusive Emmy. But the actress still has other roles to conquer.
Posted: October 1, 1999 By Mervyn Rothstein
Portraying suave guys with a swagger has been Dennis Farina's regular beat since surrendering his police badge in Chicago.
Posted: August 1, 1999 By Joel Drucker
One Hundred years after his birth, Ernest Hemingway's proud and painful legacy endures.
Posted: August 1, 1999 By Neil A. Grauer