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Jeffrey Dean Morgan

Jeffrey Dean Morgan
Seattle native Jeffrey Dean Morgan's big break came in 2005, when he was cast on three different TV shows: "Grey's Anatomy," "Weeds" and "Supernatural."

His career has since sky-rocketed with five movies coming out in 2009, including the highly anticipated "Watchmen." In the Zack Snyder film, Morgan plays The Comedian.

He will also be starring alongside Uma Thurman and Colin Firth in the comedy "The Accidental Husband." Morgan has completed production on Ang Lee's newest film, "Taking Woodstock," and "All Good Things" with Ryan Gosling and Kirsten Dunst.
Seattle native Jeffrey Dean Morgan's big break came in 2005, when he was cast on three different TV shows: "Grey's Anatomy," "Weeds" and "Supernatural."

His career has since sky-rocketed with five movies coming out in 2009, including the highly anticipated "Watchmen." In the Zack Snyder film, Morgan plays The Comedian.

He will also be starring alongside Uma Thurman and Colin Firth in the comedy "The Accidental Husband." Morgan has completed production on Ang Lee's newest film, "Taking Woodstock," and "All Good Things" with Ryan Gosling and Kirsten Dunst.
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  • Jeffrey Dean Morgan discovers he's dad

    Jeffrey Dean Morgan didn't have the usual nine months to get used to being a daddy. The "Watchmen" star recently found out that he and actress/producer Sherrie Rose have a child together, reveals Us Weekly. A source claims that Morgan, 42, was...
  • 'The Accidental Husband'

    'The Accidental Husband'
    Though it boasts such names as Uma Thurman, Colin Firth and director Griffin Dunne, this romantic comedy bypassed an American theatrical release to make its debut on DVD. Thurman plays a psychologist who dispenses advice on the radio, to the dismay of...
  • 'The Resident'

    'The Resident'
    Though two-time Oscar winner Hilary Swank heads the cast, this melodrama is getting a direct-to-video release. The actress plays a doctor who moves to a Brooklyn apartment, where the landlord (Jeffrey Dean Morgan, with whom Swank first worked in "P.S....
  • Akiva Goldsman on 'Lobo,' 'Jonah Hex' and the new 'Swamp Thing'

     
    The Oscar-winning screenwriter tries to shake off the bad memories (especially "Batman & Robin") as he joins the "Fringe" team and guide four DC Comics properties to the screen....
  • Josh Brolin answering the call for 'Men in Black 3'? [UPDATED]

     
    Recent L.A. Times addition Steven Zeitchik has another casting scoop for Hero Complex: Josh Brolin could be going from "W." to K. With "No Country for Old Men," "Milk," "W.," and, of course, "The Goonies" on his resume, Brolin's filmography......
  • TV This Week: From 'Worst Cooks' to 'Watchmen'

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Jan 3 - 9, in PDF format This week's TV Movies SUNDAY The new docu-soap "Secrets of Aspen" charts the lives of sexy single ladies Star, Erin, Shana, Robin, Laura......
  • 'The Losers' are on a mission -- and don't call them 'The B-Team'

     
    "The Losers" are on a mission -- and don't even think about calling them "The B-Team." Above is a cast photo from the new commando adventure "The Losers" which opens on April 9, two months before that other military-ops movie,......
  • John Milius opens fire on new 'Red Dawn': 'It’s a stupid thing to do'

     
    Over at 24 Frames, our sister blog, John Milius, the director and writer of the original "Red Dawn" (as well as the co-writer of "Apocalypse Now" "Jeremiah Johnson" and many other manly-man films) tells Rachel Abramowitz that the upcoming remake......
  • Cannes or cons? WonderCon and Hollywood's new conventional thinking [updated]

     
    This is a longer version of my cover story in today's edition of the Los Angeles Times Calendar section. I flew up to the Bay Area to moderate some panels at WonderCon and between the time at the microphone I......
  • Thursday's TV Talk Shows

     
    The Early Show Breakup etiquette. (N) 7 a.m. KCBS Today Chevy Chase; Erik Estrada. (N) 7 a.m. KNBC KTLA Morning News (N) 7 a.m. KTLA Good Morning America Earth Day. (N) 7 a.m. KABC Good Day L.A. (N) 7 a.m.......
  • Movie Review: The Losers

     
    So now we see why Chris Evans, the onetime Johnny Storm of The Fantastic Four, was selected to play Captain America in the upcoming Avengers comic book epic. The Losers was his audition. Evans steals The Losers, another comic book adaptation about a...