09:44 — At the first debate the candidates delivered plenty of barbs, insults, and one of the biggest lies of the entire campaign.
04:50 — Straight outta rural Maine, Willmann finds the laughs in small-town life, her mom's voicemails, and her struggles with dyslexia.
06:28 — The actor and former White House aide Penn couldn't tell if Trump was saying "a tax" or "attacks" during the debate, but decided it didn't matter beca (more…)
10:27 — The star of 'Code Black' is no stranger to politics, but tells Stephen the only office he's interested in is president of the Screen Actors Guild.
04:04 — Rob Lowe portrays an American voter who still hasn't made up his mind between two historically unpopular choices for president.
01:25 — Presidential politics may have changed since Honest Abe's day, but the debates are still as vicious as ever.
04:45 — Two-time Tony winner Sutton Foster stars in the TV Land series "Younger" as a 40-year-old who pretends to be 26 to get a job as a book publisher.
01:18 — Sutton Foster tells Larry why she doesn't read her reviews anymore.
05:08 — Pitbull joins "The View" co-hosts at the Hot Topics table to reveal several new projects including a new SiriusXM radio channel, a new Spanish languag (more…)
04:29 — The ladies talk with James McAvoy about his upcoming film "X-Men: Days of Future Past."
02:33 — Sutton Foster, Tony Award nominee, performs “Lay Down Your Head” from the Broadway show, “Violet.” Produced by Erik Piepenburg and Erik Braund.
04:11 — The actress joins TODAY to talk about her new role in the show, “Younger,” where she plays a 40-year-old recent divorcee posing as a 26-year-old.
02:56 — Hillary Clinton's e-mails will not be released until January 2016 just as the Presidential primary is in full swing.
01:17 — Actress Sutton Foster tells a story about the craziest thing she has done during an audition.
00:57 — Yes, Dean is officially headed back to Stars Hollow!
04:48 — Sutton Foster and the cast of the Broadway musical "Violet" perform "All to Pieces"
02:24 — "The View" co-hosts feel like the Republican Presidential candidates are sounding more like action heroes than politicians. In a speech Lindsey Graham (more…)
02:04 — Whoopi shares memories of her brother Clyde during return to “The View.”
03:41 — Toni Braxton opens up about her personal life in her heartfelt memoir, "Unbreak My Heart."
00:36 — Louie Anderson is turning 63 and he wants to go back in time.
04:14 — Sutton Foster plays a 40-year-old pretending to be a 26-year-old on the TV Land comedy.
04:21 — Anderson reveals the hilarious way Louis C.K. and Zach Galifianakis came up with the idea to cast him.
02:26 — Ethan Hawke on writing Indeh: A Story of the Apache Wars.
- Birth Name: Sutton Lenore Foster
- Birth Place: Statesboro, Georgia, United States
- Birthday: March 18, 1975, Pisces
- Profession: Actor, Singer, Dancer
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