I'm Mark Dacascos.
For the "foodies" out there, you may know me as "The Chairman" of the Food Network show, Iron Chef America.
If you're a fan of action movies, perhaps you've seen me in a French film with Monica Belucci titled, Brotherhood of the Wolf, or fighting against Jet Li in Cradle 2 the Grave. I've also starred in the Capoeira film, Only the Strong, the martial arts movie, Drive, and the TV series, The Crow: Stairway to Heaven.
If none of those shows sound familiar, no worries. Maybe the next one will: Dancing with the Stars.
I am one of the very fortunate people to have been invited to be a contestant on DWTS. I am ecstatic, and grateful. I'm also very, very ...
Gone is the headscarf from Izzie Stevens' head — and in its place, some new dark locks.
In an upcoming episode of Grey's Anatomy, Katherine Heigl's cancer-survivor Izzie returns to work donning a wig that seems to...
Natalie Portman looks superb in this pink floral mini-dress. Not everyone can pull off giant flower appliqués, but Portman's strapless neckline is super-cute.
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Here we go!
We've made it to final episode for Season 4 we kick off Season 5. Believe it or not, we're still putting finishing touches on our premiere episode, but should have it all locked up at the beginning of next week. Yikes!
In our season premiere, you will be personally introduced to Melinda and Jim's new baby at the moment the baby is put into Melinda's arms. At that moment, Melinda and Jim will send, online, to all their Ghost Whisperer friends, a customized baby announcement with fabulous photos and details about their precious new gift. To receive this ...
How I Met Your Mother
Now that Barney and Robin are out of the bag, it's time for the Emmy-nominated How I Met Your Mother (premieres Monday, 8/7c, CBS) to have even more fun this season. "We've kicked the door open on them together — I guess you can say together — and the floodgates of hilarious stories have opened up because there's nothing funnier than two people who are just terrible at being in relationships trying to be in a relationship," creator Carter Bays tells TVGuide.com. Of course, Barney and Robin aren't the only ones with plot turns as Ted starts a teaching gig at Columbia University, where he will meet his future wife. Bays tells us what's in store for everyone and why it would be an "outrage" if Neil Patrick Harris doesn't win an Emmy on Sunday.
Chris Harrison and Carrie Ann Inaba
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What is with New York City news anchors dropping f-bombs on live television?
While bantering with the weatherman on Fox's WNYW, longtime New York City news anchor Ernie Anastos jovially flubbed a line on Wednesday, creating a new obscene catchphrase rapidly spreading across the internet.
Anastos, who likely meant to say "Keep plucking that chicken," after making a play on an old chicken commercial, swapped the "pl" for a letter F. The news veteran remained oblivious to his flub and continued on with the broadcast as though nothing had happened. But his co-anchor's eyes nearly popped out of her head.
Watch the video flub after the jump.