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PHOTOS: Nine Pocket-Sized Guys We'd Love To Pack Up And Carry Around With Us
It seems pocket gays draw lots of positive attention when they step into a bar or circuit party, drawing packs of far bigger guys around them to the point where they disappear.
Love/Hate garda storm 'utterly ridiculous', says Nidge nemesis
Not only was it the first time drug lord King Nidge had come face to face with the 'boys in blue', there was also the revelation that character Garda Ciaran Madden was being played by a real life detective, Garda Kieran O'Reilly.
Broadway @ The Broad: Megan Mullally
Mainly known for her iconic turn as Karen Walker on the hit television show "Will & Grace," many don't know that Megan Mullally is also a Broadway veteran.
Nick Offerman and Stephanie Hunt Join Megan Mullally in Concert in Santa Monica Tonight
Megan Mullally is a two-time Emmy-winning star of TV's Will & Grace , and star of Broadway's Young Frankenstein.
Debra Messing was born in Brooklyn, but the family moved to Rhode Island when she was three.
Outside Mullingar's Debra Messing to Headline NBC Pilot Mysteries of Laura
Main Stem star Debra Messing has lined up another Big Apple gig after finishing her run in Outside Mullingar .
Debra Messing signs on for NBC pilot 'Mysteries of Laura'
Debra Messing is sticking with NBC. The former Will and Grace actress has signed on to star in a new drama pilot called The Mysteries of Laura .
Effeminate Gay Men Haven't Disappeared from TV
Nico Lang notes the cancellation of Sean Saves the World , the NBC sitcom starring Sean Hayes, the actor who played swishy, Cher-worshipping Jack on Will and Grace .
Megan Mullally returns to Oklahoma City for special Lyric Theatre engagement
Megan Mullally still recalls a dark moment with Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma that illuminated one of her first and only acting lessons.
In the Spotlight Series: Outside Mullingar
Manhattan Theatre Club's world premiere production of Outside Mullingar , the new play by Tony and Pulitzer Prize winner John Patrick Shanley, directed by Tony Award winner Doug Hughes , opened on January 23 at MTC's Samuel J. Friedman Theatre in a strictly limited 11-week engagement.