El periodista argentino Fernando Fiore inició el sábado un nuevo reto, el de ser comentarista de fútbol (soccer) en inglés. Esto es algo que no ocurre por su dominio del idioma de Shakespeare que es casi perfecto, sino por su forma de conducirse mucho más enérgica y con un tono de voz más elevado que el de los restantes especialistas que compartieron comentarios el sábado en el canal Fox Sports 1.
Viola Davis (right), the first African-American woman to win an Emmy award as Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama, powerfully called out Hollywood in her acceptance speech Sunday night: “The only thing that separates women of color from anyone else is opportunity.”
This year’s Emmy nominations are dotted with actors age 50 and up who brought powerful performances to some of the best shows on television and continue to work at the top of their game. Among the trends:
Actor Dick Van Patten might have been America’s favorite fictional dad in the late 1970s/early 1980s for his role on the TV sitcom Eight Is Enough: Tom Bradford, a widower who married his son’s tutor (Betty Buckley) and formed a chaotic but loving new family unit with her.
Retro old tv screen with noise
Antes de comenzar sus carreras artísticas, o para reforzarlas, muchos famosos participaron como modelos en comerciales de televisión. Anunciaban desde refrescos y papas fritas, hasta detergentes para trastes y antiácidos.
Peter Pan Live! - Season 2014
Thursday's Peter Pan Live!, at 8 p.m. ET,  would be must-see TV if for no other reason than 71-year-old Christopher Walken dancing as the villainous Captain Hook. The singular star of Deer Hunter, Hairspray and many a Saturday Night Live sketch has fond memories of tap lessons as a kid. He asked the show's producers to go heavy on the terpsichorean turns in this version of the beloved musical. His will be the dancingest Hook ever, they promised on last week's pre-show special, The Making of Peter Pan Live!
Academy Of Televison's 19th Annual Hall Of Fame Induction Gala
As a staff announcer at NBC for 60 years, Don Pardo was a robust, velvety virtuoso of enunciation, whose baritone resonated like the aftertaste of a full-bodied fine wine.
Eli Wallach
Eli Wallach is burned into our memories as the "Ugly" in Sergio Leone's 1966 spaghetti western, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
Let's just proclaim Tom Hanks America's Official Historian.
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