The Oscar-winning thespian stars in the world War II-era drama "The Book Thief." He tells Rico about acting decent, and his performances in some very expensive art films.
Stephen Fry studied to be a tweedy Shakespeare scholar before a life of acting and comedy distracted him. Now he is returning to his roots and making his Broadway debut in "Twelfth Night."
After having her beloved red Mustang stolen from her, a police officer told Andrea Martin that one should never have a conversation with someone holding a gun. Here, the actress tells the story of what happened before that moment, and how her life changed because of it.
The late performer, playwright and songwriter Noel Coward gets a much-deserved close-up in the exhibit "Star Quality: The World of Noel Coward". Curator Brad Rosenstein walked Brendan through some of the highlights of the self-made artiste's career.