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One on One with Phil Gordon

It’s easy to be jealous of Phil Gordon. He made a fortune at an early age and was able to use that wealth to see the world, go on the ultimate sports trip and pursue a career as a professional card player. But once you talk to

One on One with Angela Kinsey

Angela Martin can be a bit uptight. She is the sort of judgmental buzzkill that we’ve all had to deal with in our workplace. But Angela Kinsey, who plays Martin on The Office, couldn’t be more different from her character. Upbeat and bubbly, this Texan was more

One on One with Rachel Sterling

Rachel Sterling has the face of an angel and an amazing body … of work. In addition to being one of the most photographed women on Al Gore’s Internet, she has also appeared in Wedding Crashers and on The Man Show – two surefire ways to ensure

One on One with Phil Hellmuth

You can argue that Phil Hellmuth is a sore loser or a bit of a brat at the poker table, but you certainly can’t say he isn’t successful. He has won nine World Series of Poker bracelets, including winning the main event at age 24. In addition

One on One with Paul Dini

Paul Dini has done it all. He started out writing for classic 80s cartoons like Transformers, G.I. Joe and Masters of the Universe. Then, he went on to write for the groundbreaking Batman: The Animated Series. Now, he is writing for Lost, one of the hottest shows

One on One with Annie Duke

Annie Duke isn’t your typical poker player. As if being a woman in a male dominated sport wasn’t tough enough, Duke has to juggle raising four kids with a life on the road. As poker’s popularity continues to explode, so does Duke’s success. In 2004, she won

One on One with Lance Reddick

Making a name for himself with acclaimed roles like Major Cedric Daniels on The Wire and Detective John Basil on Oz was not something Lance Reddick had originally planned. Reddick had always hoped to make it big as a musician, but turned to acting as a way

One on One with Mick Foley

Photo by Joyce Ravid Among wrestling fans, Mick Foley is seen as a “hardcore legend.” Wrestling as Cactus Jack, Foley earned a name for himself in Japan, wrestling in matches featuring barbed wire and thumbtacks. He worked his way up to the WWE, wrestling under the name

One on One with Michael K. Williams

On The Wire, Omar is a bit of a contradiction. On the one hand, he is a deadly stick-up artist who is so brash, he robs drug dealers while whistling “The Farmer in the Dell.” On the other hand, he is a sensitive person who will do