8.6.03 - Pictures of Alexa Vega attending the Teen Choice Awards at Yahoo: 1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13

4.1.02 - Alfred Molina has been cast as a novelist in an untitled 13 episode series from Joe Keenan and Christopher Lloyd for CBS. Traylor Howard (Two Guys and a Girl) will play Molina's daughter.

8.1.01 - Sharon Lawrence is a signature away from joining the cast of CBS's upcoming Wednesday night thriller Wolf Lake, Variety reports.

1.30.01 - The cast of "Chocolat," including Alfred Molina, was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild award for Outstanding Performance by the Cast of a Theatrical Motion Picture. This year's awards will be presented on Sunday, March 11th, 2001 at the Los Angeles Shrine Exposition Center and televised nationally on TNT at 8pm ET.

12.1.00 - TV Guide Online: Dennis Franz: The Naked Truth - Dennis Franz says that he remains extremely grateful to his former "NYPD Blue" leading lady Sharon Lawrence....

10.30.00 - TV Guide Online: Unrest in the Nest

10.18.00 - Sharon Lawrence will guest star on "Bette" tonight on CBS.

10.15.00 - "Maverick," starring Alfred Molina, will air on NBC on Saturday, October 28th.

7.10.00 - reports that Sharon Lawrence was honored by her "Chicago" castmates and bestowed with her character's famous black bowler hat when she finished her acclaimed run in the hit Broadway musical on July 2nd. After a well-deserved break, Sharon will turn her sights towards the second season of her CBS comedy "Ladies Man," which returns to production September 5th.

7.10.00 - In a semi-annual poll, held by Electronic Media, of television critics from 57 daily U.S. newspapers, "Ladies Man" was voted the sixth least favorite show of TV critics across the country.

6.13.00 - On Monday, June 19th, Rue McClanahan (Aunt Lou) will be featured in "Intimate Portrait" on Lifetime at 7pm ET.

6.13.00 - TV Guide Online: Rue's Rueful Life

6.6.00 - CBS has put in a mid-season order for 13 more episodes of "Ladies Man." Victor Levin, a veteran of NBC's "Mad About You," will succeed series creator Chris Thompson as showrunner and executive producer next season.

5.30.00 - Look for Shawna Waldron in the movie "Little Giants" airing on NBC on Saturday, June 3rd.

5.26.00 - Sharon Lawrence will be appearing at "First You Dream: A Tribute to Courage," a one-night-only gala performance honoring Christopher Reeve and Bran Pace. It will be at The New Amsterdam Theatre on Monday, June 12th at 7:30pm. Proceeds will benefit The Actors' Fund of America's Catastrophic Care Program and the Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation. Tickets range from $50 to $2,500 and may be purchased by calling (212) 221-7300, ext. 121.

5.25.00 - Don't miss Alfred Molina in the feature film "Species" airing on CBS Wednesday, May 31st.

5.24.00 - The New York Daily News reports that Jasmine Guy (Allegra) might replace Bernadette Peters in the title role of "Annie Get Your Gun" on Broadway from September to January, and then singer Reba McEntire will assume the role.

5.17.00 - Although "Ladies Man" was left of CBS's fall season, there is a possibility that it could make a mid-season reappearance.

5.17.00 - Check out the charity auction at Yahoo to benefit the Actors Fund. You can bid on having high tea with Sharon Lawrence and Betty White.

5.14.00 - Rue McClanahan has been cast as a lead in the CBS original movie "The Moving of Sophia Myles" along with Della Reese, co-star of CBS's "Touched By An Angel." The film focuses on a small Missouri town thrown in turmoil when the minister's widow Sophia Myles (Reese) refuses to move out of the church rectory after her husband's death. McClanahan will play a church member who attempts to convince Sophia to leave.

4.5.00 - Syndicated columnist Liz Smith reports that Sharon Lawrence will be joining the Broadway cast of "Chicago." Starting April 11th, she will take over the role of Velma, the gal who sings "All that Jazz." Jasmine Guy has previously played the role.

3.27.00 - Betty White won an American Comedy Award for Funniest Female guest Appearance in a TV Series for her appearance on "Ally McBeal."

1.17.00 - Betty White in TV Guide Online: Partying with CBS's Golden Girls

12.3.99 - "Ladies Man" has received a People's Choice Award nomination for favorite new TV comedy. The awards will be presented on January 9th, 2000, and the ceremony will be broadcast on CBS.