Jul 25, 2012
TV Wednesday: The Listener
Every hero is only as good as his or her villain. Superman has Lex Luthor, Charlie Sheen has sobriety, Sherlock Holmes has Professor Moriarty - and The Listener 's Toby now has Magnus Elphrenson .
The Toronto Star
Wendy Crewson's home on the range
"I think of my sitting room as like a lodge lobby bar," explains the actress. "I think of it as a fabulous hotel bar with foreign correspondents gathered." "I was inspired by Banff," Crewson explains.
The Victoria Star
Canadian actors call for tax to hard drives and mp3 players to protect creators
Canadian actress Wendy Crewson looks on as she is joined by Eric Peterson during an ACTRA news conference on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Tuesday Nov.
Is SpongeBob on the Spectrum?
I asked you to diagnose your favorite autism- or Asperger's-like TV characters , and three readers have whipped out their virtual DSM-IVs and made their assessments: + Reader Laura notes in SpongeBob SquarePants such sure signs as "concrete/literal thinking, poor social skills, inability to read non-verbal cues, can't detect sarcasm, strict ...
Toronto Love, Loss, With Louise Pitre, Andrea Martin, Paula Brancati, Launches July 16
The Canadian premiere of Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron's Love, Loss, and What I Wore this summer boasts major leading ladies of Canadian stage and TV, including Paula Brancati, Lauren Collins, Wendy Crewson, Cynthia Dale, Andrea Martin and Louise Pitre.