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Artists to Watch

Carly Jibson

It’s hard to miss all of the personality Carly Jibson exudes whenever she enters the frame of a shot. Stealing scene after scene in this season’s “One Mississippi” and “The Guest Book,” there’s no denying that Jibson is on her way to become a household name in the world of comedy. How did you get your start ...

Janet Varney

Janet Varney is comedic gold. With two shows back in the fall rotation, “You’re The Worst” and “Stan Against Evil,” prepare to laugh as Varney hints that the best is yet to come on both. In the meantime, get to know about her career beginnings, “pinch me” moments and other gems sprinkled in between. How did ...

Siddharth Dhananjay

Soaring reviews from Sundance on his film "Patti Cake$" has made Siddharth Dhananjay an instant star. In the 28 days of shooting this indie, Dhananjay found his real passion for acting and another family in the process. What's next? As soon as he gets his visa, "the possibilities are endless!" How did you get your start ...

Brandon Dirden

From his stage work in the Tony Award-winning play “All The Way” and “Jitney” to a lead role in the critically-acclaimed and Emmy-nominated television show “The Americans,” success continues to follow Brandon Dirden. Get ready for a family affair as he’s back on the stage in “A Raisin In The Sun” with his ...

Christine Gernon

You may not see Christine Gernon’s face in front of the camera on ABC’s “Speechless,” but her work behind the scenes cannot go unnoticed as executive producer of the breakout show. Success is not uncommon, though. She’s been a part of hit shows like Black-ish, The Goldbergs, Fresh Off the Boat and so many more. Her ...

Suzanne Cryer

As charming as ever, Suzanne Cryer first grabbed America's heartstrings during her time on "Two Guys, A Girl and a Pizza Place," balancing out comic legend Ryan Reynolds. Cryer now can be seen in "Silicon Valley," where's she's just as funny as ever, playing Laurie Bream, a female venture capitalist. How did you get ...

Miriam Morales

Few scenes from the fifth season of "Orange Is the New Black" were as memorable as the coffee snorting scene between Pidge and Ouija. But in "Orange Is the New Black" fashion, this season's drama was amped up as the prisoners took over. We talked with Miriam, who plays Pidge, about everything "Orange"! How did you get ...