Saturday, September 15, 2007

News Brief

Fort Wayne Journal Gazette: To spot a NASCAR pit lizard, look for stilettos: More than 40 percent of NASCAR fans are women, and they make up a bigger percentage of the sport’s TV audience than in pro football or baseball. NASCAR courts women so overtly that it put driver Jamie McMurray on Passions, Carl Edwards on Guiding Light and Casey Mears on Days of Our Lives.

NY Times: InTurn winnner and now As The World Turns cast member Ryan Serhant's new play, "Purple Hearts", is reviewed. Serhant plays Lewis "the kid" in the show.

Eurweb: Ex-The Young and the Restless actor Shemar Moore may not hold a grudge against his former Criminal Minds co-star Mandy Patinkin for the way he just up and quit the show over the summer, but it doesn’t mean he approves of the manner in which it happened.

Sky Showbiz: It's nearly time to bid Hollyoaks' Guy Burnet, aka Craig Dean, farewell.

Toronto Star: Primetime Emmy forecast. Ugly Betty has a shot while critics still lament the snub of Friday Night Lights.

Theater Mania: As The World Turns favorites Martha Byrne, Alexandra Chando, Trent Dawson, Eileen Fulton, Jennifer Landon and Michael Park join Guiding Light's Kim Zimmer and Robert Newman, One Life to Live's Ilene Kristen and All My Children's Bobbie Eakes in the WorkShop Theater Company's Red to Black Party benefit, to be held on Monday, October 29 at the Zipper Theatre in New York.

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