Kathryn Joosten

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  • Birth Name: Kathryn Joosten
  • Birth Place: Eustis, FL
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 12/20/1939, Sagittarius
  • Date of Death: 06/02/2012
  • Profession: Actor;
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VIDEO: The X-Files: Trust No 1

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The X-Files: Trust No 1
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Aired: 1/6/2002

Scully befriends a couple who believe their infant possesses the same unworldly qualities as baby William; a shadowy operative convinces Scully to contact Mulder and draw him out of seclusion. watch

VIDEO: Trust No 1

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Trust No 1
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Length: 44:33
Aired: 1/6/2002

A couple believes their infant possesses the same unworldly qualities as baby William. A shadowy operative convinces Scully to contact Mulder. watch

VIDEO: Trust No 1

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Trust No 1
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Length: 45:00
Aired: 1/6/2002

Scully befriends a couple who believe their infant possesses the same unworldly qualities as baby William, and a shadowy operative convinces Scully to contact Mulder and draw him out of seclusion. watch

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Desperate Housewives: Finishing the Hat
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Credits

Year Title Description
2009 Alvin And The Chipmunks Movie, Actor - Aunt Jackie
2008 60th Primetime Emmy Awards TV Show Series, Appearing
2008 Bedtime Stories Movie, Actor - Mrs. Dixon
2007 The Tv Set Movie, Actor - Lois
2007 Rails & Ties Movie, Actor - Mrs. Brown

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Why American Horror Story is a Miniseries, and This Year's Other Emmy Trivia

The decision to place American Horror Story in the movie and miniseries categories paid off for the show — probably better than anyone expected. The anthology series received a whopping 17 nominations, tied with Mad Men for the most this year.

American Horror Story could have gone into the drama field — but the Academy of TV Arts and Sciences ruled earlier this year that it was eligible to be classified as a miniseries. (PBS' Prime Suspect is a previous example of a show that competed in the miniseries category.)

"The rules of the academy are pretty clear," says TV academy chairman Bruce Rosenblum. "If a show qualifies in more than one category that producer is entitled to choose which category they want to submit. The American Horror Story example is unique. The way the show is designed, it's a very close-ended series this year. Our academy was convinced that this belonged in the miniseries category and voted accordingly." That decision hasn't sat well with some movie and miniseries producers ("I feel the academy made a very poor decision," Hatfields & McCoys executive producer Leslie Greif told TV Guide Magazine last month.)

But the debate over how to classify TV shows that defy categorization — witness the debate over whether Desperate Housewives is a comedy — is an ongoing one at the TV Academy. "It's an evolving industry," says Rosenblum, who notes that the organization is still figuring out how to deal with the growth of programs produced for digital platforms.

Here are several more trivia nuggets and curiosities that have emerged out of this year's Emmy nominations: read more

Emmys Surprises and Snubs: New Faces Are In; Hugh Laurie, The Office Are Out!

Could Downton Abbey be the one to dethrone four-time defending drama series champ Mad Men at the Emmys? The upstairs/downstairs crew nabbed a whopping 16 nominations, but its haul wasn't the only shocker Thursday morning.
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Desperate Housewives' Kathryn Joosten Dies at 72

Kathryn Joosten, best known for her roles on Desperate Housewives and The West Wing, died Friday of lung cancer, TVLine reports. She was 72 years old.

Joosten, who won two Emmys for her portrayal of Mrs. McCluskey on Housewives, passed away in... read more

Desperate Housewives Episode Recap: "Give Me the Blame/Finishing the Hat"

We're finally here, folks: the end of our time on Desperate Housewives' Wisteria Lane. It has been eight long seasons of tragedy, tawdriness and tomfoolery, and it all comes down to this. But before we can kiss the ladies goodbye, there is still much left to resolve: Bree's on trial for the murder of Alejandro; Lynette and Tom Scavo are still separated; Julie Mayer is about to give birth; Renee and Ben's wedding is imminent; and Mrs. McCluskey's health has taken a turn for the worst. (Not Mrs. Landingham!) So rather than belabor every detail of the bloated two-hour finale, here's what I'm going to do: I'm going to skip to the end and tell you where everyone ends up.

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Desperate Housewives Episode Recap: "Give Me the Blame/Finishing the Hat"

We're finally here, folks: the end of our time on Desperate Housewives' Wisteria Lane. It has been eight long seasons of tragedy, tawdriness and tomfoolery, and it all comes down to this. But before we can kiss the ladies goodbye, there is still much left to resolve: Bree's on trial for the murder of Alejandro; Lynette and Tom Scavo are still separated; Julie Mayer is about to give birth; Renee and Ben's wedding is imminent; and Mrs. McCluskey's health has taken a turn for the worst. (Not Mrs. Landingham!) So rather than belabor every detail of the bloated two-hour finale, here's what I'm going to do: I'm going to skip to the end and tell you where everyone ends up.

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