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Learn the Facts of Geri Jewell’s Life in her Archive interview!

September 13th, 2016
Geri Jewell

As Cousin Geri on The Facts of Life, Geri Jewell broke ground on American television: she became the first person with a visible disability to have a recurring role on an

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Composer Mark Snow Explains The Origins of His Music for Some Files Marked “X”

August 26th, 2016
Mark Snow

It’s one of THE most iconic TV themes of all time. It starts with a spooky echo, followed by 6 whistled notes. It’s from a popular sci-fi show, which was recently revived after its original 1993-2002 run.

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Nina Tassler’s Interview Is A Master Class In The TV Business

April 5th, 2016
Nina Tassler

We were excited, and yes, maybe even a little bit nervous, for the chance to sit with network executive Nina Tassler for a few hours for the Archive of American Television. After all, this was one of the most powerful people in television.

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Keeping America Laughing At Itself: Vin Di Bona

May 4th, 2015
Vin Di Bona

The career of Vin Di Bona has been remarkable. He began as a disc jockey fresh out of Emerson College, where he’d struck up a friendship with future producing partner Henry Winkler.

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By Ken Levine and David Isaacs

March 30th, 2015
Ken Levine and David Isaacs

A Starsky Is Born

October 7th, 2014
Paul Michael Glaser

To star on a hit television show in the ‘70s meant attaining a level of fame that is difficult to fathom in these days of 300 cable channels and fragmented audiences.

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September 25th, 2014
Beth McCarthy-Miller

Remember how Forrest Gump seemed to be there for every significant Baby Boomer pop culture moment? If Generation-X has a Forrest Gump, it's director Beth McCarthy-Miller.

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Being Julia (Louis-Dreyfus)

August 5th, 2014

She's the reason the phrase "dance like Elaine" means something amazingly horrifying and hilarious. She's a seasoned improv actor, plus a pro at scripted series. And she's a four-time Emmy winner.

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Sitting Down With "Downton Abbey's" Masterminds

June 5th, 2014
Julian Fellowes

The Carnival Films/MASTERPIECE drama series Downton Abbey is a primetime smash on MASTERPIECE on PBS, and we recently had the good fortune of sitting down with creator, writer, and Executive Producer Share and Enjoy:

5 Things You Didn't Know About Sheila Kuehl

October 8th, 2013
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Yep, Sheila Kuehl played "Zelda Gilroy" on The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, making that adorable scrunched up face every time she greeted her true love.

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