British actor Michael Gough, best known for playing Alfred in the Batman film franchise, has died, according to E! Online. He was 94.
Gough was born in Malaysia and made his film debut in the 1948 movie Blanche Fury. He went on to appear in many British television shows, including the long-running series Doctor Who. He married his costar from the series, Anneke Wills, in 1962. They later divorced in 1979.
Mary Elizabeth Ellis
As the hilariously unhinged Amy, Mary Elizabeth Ellis puts the "perfect" in Perfect Couples. Tonight, Amy tries to map out a career plan, so we decided it was the perfect time to give Ellis some ...
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He didn't look awesome. Neither did any of the eleven other ...
Well it's official. Allison Janney can do everything. Act. Sing. Ice skate with Smurfs. Hell, she even makes Mr. Sunshine watchable.
Last night, the multiple-Emmy winner once again saved the show with a pitch-perfect performance of the musical variety ...
Mel Gibson turned himself in to the police for booking on criminal battery charges.
Gibson and his lawyer went to the El Segundo Police department where he was fingerprinted and took a mug-shot, according to The Hollywood Reporter The booking took place the same night that Gibson's new film The Beaver debuted at SXSW.
Tiger Woods and Jimmy Fallon
Tiger Woods returned to late-night television for the first time in more than a year, and Late Night host Jimmy Fallon was happy to welcome him back — and to thank him for providing great material.
"Thank you for having the courage to come on a late-night comedy program," Fallon said to the golfer. "I gotta commend you for that...but from a comedian's standpoint ... thank you."
Paget Brewster and Shemar Moore
After an ominous month-long arc, Paget Brewster left Criminal Minds, as Prentiss finally confronted IRA nemesis Ian Doyle in an episode filled with suspense, emotion, torture and twists. And it also answered the question everyone had on their mind: Will Prentiss die?