In the Spotlight

June 2014
Variety;6/12/2014, Vol. 324 Issue 10, p23
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The article presents comments from actors and actresses considered likely or possible nominees for 2014 Emmy Awards for acting in a made-for-TV movie or television mini-series. Actors and actresses including Cicely Tyson of "A Trip to Bountiful," Billy Bob Thornton of "Fargo" and Minnie Driver of "Return to Zero" discuss topics including those programs, acting techniques and the characters they portrayed.


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