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Alyssa Milano

Alyssa Milano
Alyssa Milano turned childhood stardom into a lasting career. In the 1980s she played tomboy Samantha on TV's "Who's the Boss." Films such as "Poison Ivy II" sealed her sex symbol image. She returned to TV playing a witch in the Aaron Spelling series "Charmed" and had a recurring role on "My Name is Earl." Milano, who has dated Justin Timberlake, Barry Zito, and Carl Pavano, is engaged to agent David Bugliari.
Alyssa Milano turned childhood stardom into a lasting career. In the 1980s she played tomboy Samantha on TV's "Who's the Boss." Films such as "Poison Ivy II" sealed her sex symbol image. She returned to TV playing a witch in the Aaron Spelling series "Charmed" and had a recurring role on "My Name is Earl." Milano, who has dated Justin Timberlake, Barry Zito, and Carl Pavano, is engaged to agent David Bugliari. « Show less

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  • 10 things you might not know about college football

    College football's title game Monday pits Louisiana State against Ohio State -- two teams chosen through a hopelessly complex formula of polls and computer rankings. The college game is full of such conundrums. We won't even ask why there are 11 teams...
  • Girls get their game on — with great gear

    Girls get their game on — with great gear
    Pink it and shrink it. Just a few years ago, that was the idea. That's the amount of thought professional sports leagues put into the products they offered their women fans. They'd just take the popular men's stuff — the boxy t-shirts, player...
  • Tony Danza: The Next "Celebrity Apprentice"

     
    Well, it does appear that "The Celebrity Apprentice" - which remarkably featured hardly a single celebrity during its first season - will actually get a genuine celebrity next time. Tony Danza has signed up to do the new edition,......
  • Nathan Fillion, Harold Perrineau, Gets Series

     
    Nathan Fillion fans - you know who you are and why you are - will be very pleased to learn that he's landed a big series commitment from ABC, which announced a handful of '08 pickups yesterday, as reported......
  • Ron Darling back in the TBS saddle for playoffs

     
    TBS announced its postseason announcing roster today. The four play-by-play men for the division series: Chip Caray, Dick Stockton, Don Orsillo, Brian Anderson. The game analysts for the division series: Ron Darling, Buck Martinez, Tony Gwynn, Joe...
  • Video: Wrestling the economy

     
    Uncle Sam, down on his luck: The Uncler w/ Uncle Sam and Alyssa Milano from Alyssa Milano Via DM.......
  • Gameday Live 11: Brewers at Mets

     
    Hey, Mets fans. It's a beautiful day for a baseball game. So we thought we'd bring you a beautiful new blog host.... Oops. Sorry, Alyssa Milano wasn't able to come up to the press box for the game. Too busy......
  • Facebook, take note: Twitter changes terms for the better

     
    Twitter Inc. changed its terms of service today to clarify that advertising on your Twitter page is OK and that users, not the company, own their tweets. For months, ad services have flourished in certain circles of the social network. Twitter's legal...
  • Monday's TV Highlights: A star is murdered on 'CSI: Miami'

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Jan. 10-16, in PDF format This week's TV Movies FAME: Horatio (David Caruso) and the team investigate when a popular musician bursts into flames during a concert on 'CSI: Miami'......
  • Haiti quake relief: More celebrities line up to help

     
    Wyclef Jean -- after encouraging support for Haiti on Tuesday via CNN and Twitter -- is now in his earthquake-stricken homeland, "focusing on family, Yele staff and response." (The Yele Haiti Foundation, his charity, was established in 2005.) Last night...
  • The Spectre celebrates 70 supernatural years

     
    Next month marks the 70th anniversary of "More Fun Comics" No. 52, which brought a strange and enduring apparition into the page of DC Comics: The Spectre, that scowling avenging force from beyond the grave. The supernatural being scared the......