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James Gandolfini: He projected so much older as mobster Tony Soprano, many were surprised to learn the three-time Emmy winner only was in his 30s and 40s when he played the part.
Cory Monteith: As Finn Hudson on "Glee," the Canadian-born performer touched fans of all ages both in life and afterward.
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1. Angelina Jolie Reveals She Had a Double Mastectomy
In an op-ed piece for the The New York Times, Oscar winning actress and mother-of-six Angelina Jolie reveals that she recently underwent a preventive double mastectomy.
In the article, the 37-year-old actress goes into great detail about how her mother, Marcheline Bertrand, fought breast cancer for almost a decade before dying from the disease at 56 years old.
After being told by doctors that she carried a "faulty gene" that increases the chances of breast and ovarian cancer -- with an estimated 87 percent risk of breast cancer and 50 percent risk of the latter -- Jolie decided to be proactive and have a double mastectomy.
Here are some excerpts from the article:
"Once I knew that this was my reality, I decided to be proactive and to minimize the risk as much I could. I made a decision to have a preventive double mastectomy
The popular psychologist, columnist, and media personality got her start in 1955 when she became the only woman to win the television quiz show "$64,000 Question."
From there, Ms. Brothers hosted syndicated radio shows where she was eager to give advice to her callers, and also appeared on a variety of TV shows.
Also to her credit were two best selling books, "What Every Woman Should Know About Men" and "Widowed."
Popular TV Psychologist Joyce Brothers Dies at 85
Brothers first found fame in 1955 as a winning contestant on the game show, "The $64,000 Question." Within a few years, she had her own advice program on a New York television station.
Brothers would go on to write a column for Good Housekeeping magazine, which ran for nearly four decades. Her syndicated newspaper column was first published in the 1970s, and was carried in 300 papers at the height of Brothers' career.
She was also a frequent guest on several game shows and talk shows, and made many guest starring appearances on TV series such as "The Love Boat, "Charlie's Angels," "CHiPs," and "Married with Children.
Dr. Joyce Brothers, the woman who was once considered the most famous psychologist on the planet, died on May 12 in New York City. She was 85 years old – the cause of her death has not been made public.
Dr. Joyce Brothers Passes Away At 85
Joyce found fame by pioneering television advice shows in the 1950s, and also had a long career as a syndicated columnist, author, and film personality. In her career she published 15 books and made guest appearances on popular television shows like The Simpsons and Happy Days. She appeared on Johnny Carson’s The Tonight Show nearly 100 times.
Dr. Brothers first got the nation’s attention by appearing as a contestant on The $64,000 Question, a show that quizzed contestants on their areas of expertise, in 1955. She became the first woman to win
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The news source reports that Dr. Brothers' longtime publicist Sanford Brokaw confirmed the news on Monday.
In addition to her widely published column, Dr. Brothers also paved the way for television advice shows like Dr. Phil when in 1958 she became a licensed psychologist and hosted her own TV show on a local NYC station.
Dr. Brothers was also the author of What Every Woman Should Know About Men and Widowed -- the latter of which was written following the death of husband Milton Brothers in 1989. The couple was married for forty years and had one child, Lisa.
According to the AP, Dr. Brothers first gained fame by becoming the only woman to ever win the top prize on the game show The $64,000 Question. Joyce made many guest appearances over the years
30th Anniversary Restoration Of The King Of Comedy To Close
2013 Tribeca Film Festival On April 27
The Tribeca Film Festival (Tff), presented by American Express, announced that the 30th Anniversary of Martin Scorsese’s The King of Comedy, restored in association with The Film Foundation, Regency Enterprises and Twentieth Century Fox, will close its 12th edition on Saturday, April 27. Closing
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