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Billy Crystal

Billy Crystal
Billy Crystal is an actor and comedian. He has starred in such films as "When Harry Met Sally" and "Monsters, Inc."
Billy Crystal is an actor and comedian. He has starred in such films as "When Harry Met Sally" and "Monsters, Inc." « Show less

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  • Joan Rivers, Comedian and TV Host, Dies at 81

    Raunchy, gravelly-voiced and self-deprecating comedian Joan Rivers, who rose from Greenwich Village standup to occasional host of "The Tonight Show" and star of TV's "Fashion Police," died Sept 4. She was 81. "She passed peacefully at 1:17 p.m....
  • Joan Rivers: Crass on Stage, Elegant in Private

    As with many other famed performers, Joan Rivers was the opposite of the public person she raucously portrayed. Crass on stage, she was elegant in private with a kindly, understated presence. Shallow in her stage comments, she was well read and thoughtful...
  • Jake Gyllenhaal on Losing 30 Pounds and Himself in 'Nightcrawler'

    Jake Gyllenhaal has a razor-thin scar on the palm of his hand. It's a permanent souvenir from the set of "Nightcrawler," the Toronto Film Festival thriller, in which the actor plays a twisted crime paparazzo. On the Los Angeles shoot last fall, director...
  • Robin Williams Tribute Special to Air on PBS

    Stars and friends of Robin Williams will share memories of the late comedian in "Robin Williams Remembered -- A Pioneers of Television Special." The one-hour special will feature Williams' last full-length television interview, including never-bef0re-...
  • Emmy Predictions: Who Will Win Monday Night

    When it comes to analyzing awards, the Emmys are the hardest to gauge. The Academy Awards have the luxury of looking to Guild Awards or BAFTAs, which share a voting body with the Academy, but the Emmys noms are determined by a panel of unknown--and...
  • Diane Sawyer, Chelsea Handler step away this week

    Diane Sawyer, Chelsea Handler step away this week
    This week, two major women in television step away from their showcases. Chelsea Handler closes "Chelsea Lately" after seven years with a one-hour series finale at 11 p.m. Tuesday on E! Jennifer Aniston and Sandra Bullock are among the announced stars....
  • Emmys: 'Breaking Bad,' 'Modern Family' repeat

    Emmys: 'Breaking Bad,' 'Modern Family' repeat
    At the Emmys, Matthew McConaughey was the night's best sport, but he went home a loser. It was a big night for repeat winners in major categories, notably "Breaking Bad," "Modern Family" and Bryan Cranston. But one of the biggest winners was unexpected:...
  • Robin Williams remembered on Emmy night

    Robin Williams remembered on Emmy night
    With a lump in his throat and a somber tremble in his voice, actor Billy Crystal paid a cosmic tribute to Robin Williams at the Primetime Emmy Awards on Monday, two weeks after the comedian died in an apparent suicide. Crystal, a longtime friend of...
  • Emmys: Jimmy Kimmel, Jim Parsons stand out

    Emmys: Jimmy Kimmel, Jim Parsons stand out
    The Emmys felt like a repeat, because voters kept honoring old favorites this year. Among series, "Modern Family," "Breaking Bad" and "The Colbert Report" were back as winners. Some surprises jazzed up the event, but most came in the movie-miniseries...
  • Emmys 2014: Billy Crystal recalls departed friend Robin Williams

    Emmys 2014: Billy Crystal recalls departed friend Robin Williams
    At the 2013 Emmys, Robin Williams paid tribute to his recently departed friend and mentorĀ  Jonathan Winters, lauding Winters for his "comedy at the speed of thought." At this year's ceremony, Williams was tragically on the other end of such an homage,...
  • Emmys 2014: For good and bad, it was a 'Breaking Bad' night

     Emmys 2014: For good and bad, it was a 'Breaking Bad' night
    In the spirit of Monday's Emmy telecast, let's give it up for Seth Meyers. Hosting any awards show is a perilous and exhausting task — the shows are long, the live audience increasingly filled with losers, and the critics, who have just spent...