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Alyssa heeft een interview en fotoshoot gehad voor de New York Times over haar politieke inzet in de presidentiële campagne. Lees het interview hier.

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http//: 2019: Rozette Rago (The New York Times)

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Hierbij de laatste appereances van de cast

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http//: 06 september: The Farrah Fawcett Foundation’s Tex-Mex Fiesta
http//: 6-8 september: HorrorHound Weekend Indianapolis
http//: 21 september: COS and Margaret Qualley celebrate L.A. Dance Project’s L.A. Dances
http//: 01 oktober: ‘Planet 9’ Londen Presentation
http//: 02 oktober: MSNBC’s Election Coverage
http//: 02 oktober: 2020 Gun Safety Forum)
http//: 05 oktober: Paris Manga & Sci-Fi Show
http//: 05 oktober: 9th Annual American Humane Hero Dog Awards
http//: 2019: Neilson Barnard (The American Humane Hero Dog Awards Portraits)
http//: 05 oktober: 10th Annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic Los Angeles
http//: 06 oktober: ROCK4EB!
http//: 10 oktober: NETFLIX’s ‘The Earthquake Bird’ Post Premiere Reception

Alyssa MilanoAppereancesFotoshootsKaley CuocoRose McGowanShannen Doherty

Bekijk hier alle fotoshoots die Madeleine Mantock, Melonie Diaz, Rupert Evans en Sarah Jeffery hebben gehad op de New York Comic-Con. Edit: Nieuwe outtakes toegevoegd.

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http//: 2019 New York Comic-Con – Entertainment Weekly Portraits
http//: 2019 New York Comic-Con – TV Guide Portraits
http//: 2019 New York Comic-Con – TV Guide Portraits (Achter de schermen)

CastCharmed (2018)FotoshootsMadeleine MantockMelonie DiazRupert EvansSarah Jeffery

Ik heb enkele nieuwe fotoshoots van Alyssa toegevoegd.

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http//: 2019: Kristen White
http//: 2019: Ramona Rosales
http//: 2019: Ari Michelson

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Shannen heeft een interview gehad met People Magazine, hiervoor had ze een fotoshoot met haar man Kurt. Outtakes hiervan staan in de galerij. Klik op meer om het video interview te bekijken.

“Kurt and I have a much deeper appreciation for each other now,” Shannen Doherty tells PEOPLE

Shannen Doherty is opening up about an unexpected silver lining to her painful and terrifying battle with breast cancer — it changed her marriage, for the better.

“Cancer solidified us,” Doherty, who has been wed to photographer Kurt Iswarienko since 2011, tells PEOPLE. “Kurt and I have a much deeper appreciation for each other now.”

Diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015, Doherty, 47, eventually underwent a mastectomy, followed by brutal back-to-back rounds of chemo and radiation before going into remission in 2018. The actress currently stars on BH90210, the hit reboot of Beverly Hills, 90210.

Reflecting on her relationship with Iswarienko, Doherty says, “It’s not that our marriage wasn’t good before. But we were definitely going through some growing pains. We would lock horns on things, and instead of resolving it, we wouldn’t speak for a couple of days.”

Now, “we don’t let a night go by mad at each other,” says Doherty. “The last time we had a big argument was pre-cancer.”

And the actress says a heart-wrenching journey like the one she faced changes all involved.

“For anybody to think that the only person altered by cancer is the person with cancer is incredibly wrong,” she says. “Cancer alters the people in your life. And it’s shaped both of us. We look at life very differently now.”

Iswarienko is also helping Doherty accept her post-cancer body, something she admits has been difficult for her to do.

“I don’t have to be a sexy little vixen,” says Doherty. “How Kurt sees me really helps me be a better person. He was always like, ‘I’ve never seen someone handle something so difficult with so much grace. You’re so strong.’ And I figured out, it’s a quiet strength. And that is far sexier and appealing than I had before.”

Ultimately, “Kurt and I look at each other with such profound respect now,” Doherty says. “He was my rock in every way possible, and he made sure I knew how much he loved and valued me. We have a much deeper appreciation [for each other] now, and a much larger capacity for forgiveness.”

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http//: 2019 – Kurt Iswarienko (People)

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FotoshootsShannen Doherty

Rose heeft een nieuwe fotoshoot gehad voor het online tijdschrift Spirit & Flesh Magazine.

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http//: 2019: Mike Ruiz (Spirit & Flesh Magazine)

FotoshootsRose McGowan

De afgelopen paar weken zijn er enkele nieuwe fotoshoots van Rose verschenen, deze staan nu in de galerij. Zo had ze een interview met The List en The Guardian. In het laatst genoemde interview praat ze o.a. hoe haar carriere nu veranderd is door de gebeurtenissen van de afgelopen jaren.

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http//: 2019: Assembly Festival / The List
http//: 2019: Josef Jasso
http//: 2019: Frederic Monceau
http//: 2019: Sarah Lee (The Guardian)

FotoshootsRose McGowanTijdschriften

Drew heeft een nieuwe fotoshoot gehad met fotograaf Spencer Susser om op zijn instagramaccount een biologische tandpasta gemaakt van houtskool te promoten.

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http//: 2019: Spencer Susser

Drew FullerFotoshoots

Er zijn enkele nieuwe fotoshoots van Sarah verschenen, zo had ze recent een nieuwe shoot met Bello Magazine. Het interview daarvan is uitgekomen en hier te lezen.

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http//: 2019: Aria Emory (Bello Magazine)
http//: 2019: Aria Emory (Bello Magazine) – Achter de schermen
http//: 2019: Derrick Freske
http//: 2019: Jerry Maestas
http//: 2019: V Magazine – Behind The Scenes

FotoshootsSarah JefferyTijdschriften

Sarah heeft een practige nieuwe fotoshoot gehad met Gio Journal door fotograaf John Russo.

Photography by { John Russo

Edited by { Bonnie Davidson

Photographed at { South Coast Botanic Garden

Jewelry by { Art of Jewels

Sarah Jeffery
After calling J-Lo “Mom” for three seasons on the NBC drama Shades of Blue, young darling Sarah Jeffery can now be seen casting spells as one of the lead witches on Charmed, The CW’s reboot of the 1998 cult classic. At only 23, Jeffery has been singing, dancing and acting for more than two decades, having made her theatrical debut at the tender age of 3, in her hometown of Vancouver, Canada. Next up, she reprises her role as Princess Audrey in Disney Channel’s original movie Descendants 3, set for release in August.

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http//: 2019: John Russo (Gio /Journal)

FotoshootsSarah Jeffery

Kaley heeft een interview en fotoshoot gehad voor de mei 2019 editie van het tijdschrift Haute Living, bekijk de outtakes in de galerij.

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http//: 2019: Jeff Lipsky (Haute Living)
http//: 2019: Jeff Lipsky (Haute Living) – Behind The Scenes

abloids are often fond of suggesting that celebrities are “just like us!” But in Kaley Cuoco’s case, it’s actually true. Like all of us, she’s Googled herself. She shows off photos of her three dogs like they’re her children (heck, she even named her production company after one). She’s often the first person at the party and the first to leave, even when she tells herself to “be cool.” And yes—even she occasionally gets starstruck. But the difference between us and her is this: She—and she alone—has the distinction of being the second-highest-paid female in television, on what will be the longest-running multicamera series ever, CBS’ The Big Bang Theory. And as that series approaches its end, this happy-go-lucky star reflects on the show that created her career.

When we meet the 33-year-old actress in Encino, Calif., for coffee on Oscar Sunday, she has shot 18 of 24 episodes for Big Bang’s 12th and final season. The end is imminent, and though her disposition is sunny, reality is starting to sink in.

Is she glad? Hell no! The Big Bang Theory cast is her family, and this has been her life for 12 wonderful years. But as this self-proclaimed realist knows, nothing can last forever.

“I feel I go through these waves of depression about it,” she admits. “It’s been like a death. It’s hard to let go of something I’m so used to, that’s been a part of my life for so many years. It’s very bittersweet. It’s a weird mental thing; I’m very excited for the future, but it’s like letting go of a comfort blanket.”

Cuoco can’t help but tear up as she thinks about cutting ties with alter ego Penny, a one-time aspiring actress and Cheesecake Factory waitress-turned-pharmaceutical sales rep from Omaha, Neb. She is the lone relatable voice on a show rife with scientific references and sometimes incoherent nerd jargon, a refreshing foil to geeky Caltech physicists Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons) and Leonard Hofstadter (Johnny Galecki), the (now-not-so) new neighbors she befriended after moving into a Pasadena, Calif., apartment complex, as well as their supersmart yet socially challenged friends: aerospace engineer Howard Wolowitz (Simon Helberg), astrophysicist Raj Koothrappali (Kunal Nayyar), physicist Leslie Winkle (Sara Gilbert), neuroscientist Amy Farrah Fowler (Mayim Bialik), microbiologist Bernadette Rostenkowski (Melissa Rauch) and comic book store owner Stuart Bloom (Kevin Sussman).

Many things have changed, yet they’ve also stayed consistently the same since the show kicked off with a bang on September 24, 2007. After nine seasons of makeups and breakups, the unlikely couple of Penny and Leonard tied the knot. Each of the leads has settled down. The late, great cosmologist Stephen Hawking has shown up not once, but twice. The apartment elevator still isn’t working (a running gag, as it hasn’t been operational since 2003, four years before the series started).
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FotoshootsKaley Cuoco

Ik heb enkele van Brian’s nieuwste fotoshoots toegevoegd in de galerij.

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http//: 2018: Unknown #1
http//: 2019: Andre Wright Jr.
http//: 2019: Brian Hainer
http//: 2019: Jonathan Castellanos
http//: 2019: Gabe Torres

Drew FullerFotoshoots

Ik heb enkele van Brian’s nieuwste fotoshoots toegevoegd in de galerij.

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http//: 2019: Bryan Hainer
http//: 2019: Diliana Florentin
http//: 2019: Diliana Florentin – Achter de schermen
http//: 2019: Gabe Torres

Brian KrauseFotoshoots

ALyssa heeft een nieuwe interview en fotoshoot gehad met The Washington Post, dochter Bella is ook te zien in enkele outtakes.

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http//: Jesse Ditmar (The Washington Post)

How the star of “Who’s the Boss?” and “Charmed” became an A-List activist of the Me Too era

In the midst of the Harvey Weinstein maelstrom, Alyssa Milano fired off a nighttime tweet. She thought, “Let’s just try this.”

Ten minutes of her attention, tops. Then she went to sleep beside her young daughter.

This was October 2017. You probably saw it. Everybody saw it.

“If you’ve been sexually harassed or assaulted write ‘me too’ as a reply to this tweet.”

She recalls thinking, “At least it puts the focus on the victims in a way that they didn’t have to tell the story of their accusers.”

Milano awoke to 53,000 replies. Within 24 hours, MeToo appeared 12 million times across Twitter and Facebook. Within two days, the phrase was trending in 85 countries.

Milano, 46, has been bedroom-poster famous since she was a tween on “Who’s the Boss?” yet felt “like I was in over my head,” she says, sitting in a tony Manhattan hotel lounge over lunch last month. “But I realized that this collective pain could be transformed into a collective power.” She also went back into therapy to deal with two assaults and the resulting panic attacks that she had endured for years.

She was named one of “The Silence Breakers,” Time’s collective Person of the Year. Outspoken and ubiquitous, Milano went into overdrive. She appeared on Capitol Hill during the Brett Kavanaugh hearings, and protested in front of the White House. She visited Parkland, the border and Flint, Mich., launched an activist collective challenging the NRA’s political influence, campaigned for Democratic candidates and against Georgia’s abortion bill.
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Ik heb outtakes toegevoegd van Ser’Darius Blain’s fotoshoots, overige foto’s zijn films, tv series en publieke verschijningen volgen later.

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FotoshootsSer’Darius Blain

Brian, Drew en Holly waren afgelopen weekend aanwezig op Wizard World St. Louis, daarnaast bezochten ze ook nog het kinderziekenhuis in de stad.

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http//: 5-7 April: Wizard World St Louis
http//: #17 (Wizard World St Louis)
http//: 7 april: Bezoeken St Louis Children’s Hospital

AppereancesBrian KrauseDrew FullerFotoshootsHolly Marie Combs

Ik heb de eerste foto’s van Rupert Evans toegevoegd in de galerij, later volgen nog de missende social media foto’s, appereances en screencaptures van zijn films en tv series waarin hij te zien was.

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http//: Rupert Evans foto’s

DiverseFilms - TV SeriesFotoshootsRupert Evans

Alyssa zal een wekelijkse podcast uitbrengen genaamd ‘Sorry Not Sorry’, en deze zal komende lente nog uitkomen. In de podcast zal ze praten over actuele sociale, politieke en culturele gebeurtenissen, de gasten zullen mensen zijn die zogezegd geen blad voor de mond hebben. Aankomende gasten zijn o.a. Vice-president Joe Biden zijn.

A spring release is planned for Alyssa Milano’s podcast Sorry Not Sorry.

The weekly podcast, according to Milano, will tackle social, political and cultural issues from the perspective of unapologetic guests while highlighting activists doing amazing things and grassroots efforts throughout the country. The podcast will focus on shaping narratives and changing hearts and minds to bridge the ideologies of a divided nation.

The podcast includes interviews with VP Joe Biden, Congressman Ro Khanna, Frances Fisher, Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, Congresswoman Jayapal, Manuel Oliver, and others. Future interviews include Stacey Abrams, Mayor Eric Garcetti, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, and Terry Crews.

“I’m not sorry for using my voice. I’m not sorry for making people uncomfortable while being the voice for those who have been silenced,” explained Milano. “I am grateful for this opportunity to instigate empathy and conversation while highlighting the people leading change by service throughout our great country.”

Milano stars in Netflix’s Insatiable, which is currently in production in Georgia on its second season. She recently penned an op-ed titled “When It Comes to Women’s Rights in Georgia, Hollywood Is Silent,” about the current “Heartbeat Bill” that is up for a vote Tuesday in the state’s House. Milano has urged Hollywood, which utilizes Georgia’s expansive film and TV tax incentives, to boycott the state if the bill, which would become one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the nation, passes.

Sorry Not Sorry stems from Milano’s passion for causes that she has championed for decades. It began when she was a teenager kissing Ryan White on national television in efforts to help destigmatize and reduce irrational fears surrounding HIV/AIDS. She was worked to advance the #MeToo and TimesUp movements, and recently joined the ERA Coalition’s Advisory Council. She is the ACLU’s Ambassador for Reproductive Rights, became one of the founders of NoRA, a coalition dedicated to combatting NRA money in political campaigns following the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, and has been a long-time UNICEF National Ambassador, receiving its Spirit of Compassion Award in 2016 for her dedication to advocating for the protection of children’s rights. She also has lobbied members of Congress for greater immigrant rights and education reform, and has been a leader on efforts to protect Americans’ health coverage.

Milano career began in the 1980s with her breakout role as Samantha on the sitcom Who’s the Boss? and spanned decades with parts on hits Melrose Place and Charmed. She also was seen on Netflix’s Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later, and has appeared in over 20 films.

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry will be executive produced by Sim Sarna (Anna Faris is Unqualified) and Milano. It will be available for free on Apple Podcasts.

Milano and Sarna are both repped by CAA.

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http//: 2019: Kristen White

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