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The New Yorker magazine recently called him the greatest talk-show guest of all time. Hard to argue. Whether he’s appearing as the obnoxious Jiminy Glick or crooning an original song, Short’s love of show business shines through.


Steve Martin, whose career path has intersected television since before he was a writer and an occasional presence on "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour" — his first TV appearance was in 1966, playing the banjo on a Southern California kids show called "Dusty's Attic" — has in his mid-70s co-created (with John Hoffman) a splendidly funny, involving and one might even say youthful series, "Only ...

Glover goes home: Donald Glover's entertainment career continues to expand. The former "Community" fan favorite is finally headlining his own …

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