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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.

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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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