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Katherine Kelly Lang
The Bold and the Beautiful star Katherine Kelly Lang completes Ironman Triathlon in Kona, HA
Lang swam 2.4 miles, biked 112 miles and ran a full marathon (that's 26.2 miles) on Saturday in 15 hours and 57 minutes.

EastEnders actor Adam Croasdell to guest star on Once Upon a Time
Croasdell, who played Dr. Al Jenkins on EastEnders, has been cast as Hook's father for an upcoming episode of ABC's fantasy drama, EW.com reports.

Days of our Lives actor Drake Hogestyn teachers an acting master class with fellow actor, Christopher Sean (John Black on Days) gave a master class in acting for daytime television last Wednesday, Oct. 7, at the Malibu Playhouse. Christopher Sean (Paul Norita) joined Hogestyn on stage for an interactive exchange of acting experience, advice and practical acting techniques.

- See more at: http://www.malibusurfsidenews.com/malibu-resident-actor-imparts-acting-tips-local-playhouse#sthash.K4wZiN1u.dpuf

John Stamos charged with DUI, faces up to 6 months in jail
The General Hospital alum was officially charged today with misdemeanor DUI following his arrest in June in Beverly Hills.

Showtime responds to 'Homeland is racist' graffiti that made it to the air on Sunday
The three street artists responsible for the work — Heba Amin, Stone, and Caram Kapp — released a statement on Wednesday, explaining that production crews gave them pro- President Bashar al-Assad graffiti as inspiration but instructed them to keep their art apolitical. However, it quickly became apparent that, as Amin tells the Washington Post, “no one was paying attention.”

In a statement released to EW, Homeland co-creator and showrunner Alex Gansa said, “We wish we’d caught these images before they made it to air. However, as Homeland always strives to be subversive in its own right and a stimulus for conversation, we can’t help but admire this act of artistic sabotage.”

Empire ratings slip for fourth straight episode
FOX’s Empire this Wednesday drew 12.2 million total viewers and a 4.6 rating, down 7 and 10 percent week-to-week and marking a fourth straight decline since its Season 1 finale.

Nashville (4.6 mil/1.2) ticked up 5 percent and two tenths.

Drake reveals he was fired from Degrassi
Drake, known as Aubrey Graham when he starred on Degrassi, told W Magazine his aspiring rap career began to affect his work on the show.

After filming Degrassi during the day, he would spent nights in the studio recording. “I’d sleep in my dressing room and then be in front of the cameras again by 9 a.m.,” he said. “Eventually, they realized I was juggling two professions and told me I had to choose. I chose this life.”

Eva Longoria, Jason Blum & Eric Winter producing Zone Of Silence paranormal drama for NBC
Zone Of Silence focuses on the area acting like a domestic Bermuda Triangle, an invisible interference which appears in the southwest and not only wreaks havoc on communications but is central to key myths, folklore and legends. When a group of ICE agents go missing under odd circumstances within the “zone”, a task force is formed to find them. Science clashes with the unexplained on a weekly basis while the larger search to explain the disappearance continues.

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