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Michelle Nicastro, an actress and singer best known for introducing the titular characters in When Harry Met Sally..., has died. She was 50.
Nicastro died Nov. 4 after a 10-year battle with cancer, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
A Washington, D.C., native, Nicastro got her start in theater, originating the roles of Ariadne in the 1983 Broadway musical Merlin and Eponine in the original 1988 Los Angeles production of Les Misérables, respectively. She won the DramaLogue Critics Award and ...
In commercials for the Comedy Central Roast of David Hasselhoff (airing Sunday, August 15, 10/9c), the actor gamely acknowledges the abundance of material that is likely to be slung at him at the legendary no-holds-barred event: Knight Rider, Baywatch, the undying devotion of his German fans to his music and, of course, "the video." That's the infamous clip from 2007 in which one of Hasselhoff's two daughters pleads with her shirtless, intoxicated father to stop drinking, all while he munches on a hamburger. It will all be easy fodder for confirmed roasters like...
The Hoff is about to feel the burn.
David Hasselhoff will be Comedy Central's next celebrity roast target, the cable station announced Wednesday.
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Jeers to MSNBC for taking time out of its 24-hour news cycle to provide a blatant plug for sister network NBC's crappy Knight Rider remake. We're in the midst of an economic crisis - not to mention a presidential election - yet "The Place for Politics" stops the proverbial presses so that anchor Alex Witt can grill star Justin Bruening about whether he had to take driving lessons before getting behind KITT's wheel. Makes you wonder who's really in the driver's seat at MSNBC. Is that you, Ben Silverman?