Every once in a while, a Hollywood couple splits and the break-up actually bums us out – and such is the case with Bradley Whitford and Jane Kaczmarek who filed for divorce on Friday. Whitford and Kaczmarek have been married for sixteen years, which in Hollywood years is the equivalent of being married for 200 years.

A rep for Bradley Whitford released a statement to People magazine saying, “He hopes the media will respect their wish for privacy as they focus on their children.” Whitford and Kaczmarek have three children together, Frances Genevieve, 12, George Edward, nine, and Mary Louisa, six.

Jane Kaczmarek is best known for her work as the mom on “Malcolm in the Middle,” while Whitford starred on “The West Wing” and the shorter-lived series “Studio 60.”

We can’t help but wonder if the divorce had something to do with all the extra time Kaczmarek and Whitford had on their hands, since she was no longer starring as the mom of a fictional, overly-rambunctious family, and he was no longer starring on a show written by Aaron Sorkin, and thus was no longer indisposed for hours, practicing one over-written incomprehensible monologue after the next.

Those are the kind of time suckers that likely made it a refreshing change when Bradley and Jane actually got to spend time with each other. So if we’re going to blame anyone for this divorce, we’re going to blame those “Malcolm in the Middle” kids for getting too old to be on that show anymore, and Aaron Sorkin for failing to make a television show that wasn’t the equivalent of a cure for insomnia, and could actually stay on the air.

(See, this is what happens when an ultra-private couple gets divorced. There’s absolutely no dirt on them, so we have to write anti-Aaron Sorkin articles. Thanks a lot Jane and Brad, for leading completely respectable normal lives, which are completely gossip-proof.)


Ali Larter maybe well known now as Niki Sanders in popular TV series Heroes but there was another noticeable performance that she had done.

Larter showed how sexy she could be in Varsity Blues back in 1999 where her role required her to get naked and only have whipped cream to cover her assets. From then on, she has been given sexy roles. This includes her new movie with Beyonce Knowles entitled Obsessed.


It’s the stranges thing: We write a well crafted report on an actress being pregnant, and 6 to 8 months later comes the news that actress has given birth. Weird.

In any case, People.com obviously never read our version of “Six Feet Under” star Rachel Griffiths’ pregnancy announcement, evidenced by their lackadaisical coverage of her “delivery news.” According to goldbricking tabloid columnist Blaine Zuckerman, Griffiths (who’s 40 years-old….would it have taken that long to look up, Blaine?) gave birth to a (so far unnamed) daughter, sometime in the recent past. Zuckerman notes that it’s the third child for Rachel and husband Andrew Taylor, and (once again) fails to attempt any comment on the fact the couple named their first child “Banjo.”

C’mon People, you can at least come up with a more creative headline than “Rachel Griffiths Welcomes Her Third Child!”….Can’t you?


America Ferrera says it takes hours to make her look ugly. The actress, who plays dowdy Betty Suarez in US TV show “Ugly Betty,” insists her transformation into the frumpy assistant takes a lot of effort. She said, “Yes, people are surprised when they see I’m not like Betty in real life. Everyone knows that the power of good make-up, careful lighting and professional grooming can enhance beauty, but they don’t realise that you need all that to make yourself look, well, as ugly as Betty! The process takes more than an hour. I have my wig and the braces and the glasses and, of course, Betty’s outfit.”

America has found it easy to identify with her character – whose sense of style is ridiculed by her co-workers at Mode fashion magazine – because she has also struggled to be accepted by her peers. The 25-year-old star was born to Honduran immigrants and didn’t feel like she fitted in at school or in her neighbourhood when she was growing up.

She explained in an interview with Britain’s Daily Mail newspaper, “I’ve felt like an outsider and a big part of that had to do with not knowing who I was – am I Latin or am I American? High school was about hiding the things that made me different. I lived in a mostly white neighbourhood – most of the boys were Jewish, and their parents would not let them mix with somebody like me, a Catholic. At times I’ve thought, ‘Where do I fit in and where am I ever at home?’ So that feeling Betty has of trying to find a place in the world happens to me daily and I think everyone knows what that feels like.”

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