It's not easy being Brian Krause. In 1991, he was seen frolicking in Fiji with a very naked Milla Jovovich in Return to the Blue Lagoon. A few years later, he played the fiancé of cleavage queen Pamela Anderson in Naked Souls, a film in which the V.I.P. star bared almost as much as she did during her infamous sex tape with former husband Tommy Lee. These days, he stars as Leo, the resident guardian angel to Shannen Doherty, Alyssa Milano and Holly Marie Combs in the aptly titled WB series, Charmed.
"I have a pretty troublesome life," Krause jokingly tells TV Guide Online. "It's rough work."
Although he appeared in the aforementioned "skin flicks," Krause admits there was a time when he was ill-at-ease with the idea of taking it all off for the camera. "In high school, I played water polo my freshman
Killer smile, knockout body and a vicious right hook that's the official scouting report on Clare Kramer, the latest hellraiser to join the cast of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The Bring It On actress, who grew up practicing pliés and pirouettes with the hope of becoming a ballerina, plays the wicked Glory, a minion from hell bent on kicking some serious Slayer butt.
"What attracted me to Glory was the freedom that [Buffy creator] Joss Whedon was willing to give me in terms of developing her," Kramer tells TV Guide Online. "We discussed my thoughts on the character, and he liked my ideas. I'm having a great time playing her she's extremely powerful."
The Delaware, Ohio, native has already made her presence felt on the set no easy task considering that her formidable "foe", Sarah Michelle Gellar, is a brown belt in
As Eminem's Marshall Mathers LP continues to burn up the charts, the controversial disc which features anti-gay lyrics and songs about rape and throat cuttings has set off a heated debate: Is he a musical genius, or simply a violent, hate spewing homophobe? According to Kids In The Hall alum Scott Thompson, the answer is a little of both.
"I listen to his music and I find him fascinating," the openly gay comedic actor tells TV Guide Online. "He's a really talented artist, but he's obviously very troubled."
Thompson, whose outlandish characterizations have earned him the title "Queen of Debauchery," has made a career of pushing people's buttons. Eminem's act, however, has pushed his. "At first, I ignored a lot of the [gay] bashing because when you read the lyrics, you think he must be joking," says Thompson. "But as it accumulates, you realize it can't be a joke, that there has to be something to it.
"I wonder where it's coming f