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Four women accused Vereen of sexual misconduct ranging from harassment to assault.
“We need our creative thinking people in politics, in corporations to think on the up, rather than the down.”
"I stood in this cell and wept like a baby. I said, 'This is my Wailing Wall.'"
Almost 50 years since launching his versatile career in entertainment, Ben Vereen chats with veteran entertainment journalist
Kelli Rabke was pertly blue collar in Look What Happened to Mabel. Lee Roy Reams archly punched out Hundreds of Girls, Donna Vivino aptly expressed her fury in Wherever He Ain't. Emily Skinner tore my heart out with Time Heals Everything, the quintessential smoldering torch song.
Remember in Pretty Woman when Richard Gere asks Julia Roberts what happens after the prince rescues Cinderella? Not missing
Ben Vereen looks back at his time working on “Fresh Prince” alongside Will Smith.
Being raised in the entertainment business -- her parents were showbiz legends Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, after all -- may have helped Arnaz hone her career path, but at 63, she is definitely her own woman -- creativity and all.
Carrie Coons delivered a hilarious acceptance speech for her turn as the drunken Honey in Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of
We all know it to be a debilitating disease. In a recent conversation with the legendary actor, he was good enough to share his words of wisdom and remind us that it doesn't have to be life changing.
So what delights can you expect on from Ben's new show at 54 Below, the hot new frequently-completely-p.m., and on Friday & Saturday nights July 13 and 14, also at 11 p.m.? Just watching him talk, smile and sing is enchanting!
If "The Ben Vereen Story" were a Hollywood screenplay, no studio would buy it. The triumphs and tragedies are too incredible to be believed, the comeback from professional banishment and near-death too melodramatic to be plausible. But it's based on a true story.
It's hard to stop the fiery tour de force that is Ben Vereen. In a candid interview, he opens up about some of his own life challenges, chats about being Usher's godfather, and reveals the key to keeping one's spirits high.
It seems fitting that Ben Vereen's performance debut at New York's The Town Hall is taking place as lawmakers in Washington are debating the issue of federally funded arts programs.
Since Foster, unlike many musicians, never got into drugs, he actually remembers everything that happened. Example: what was Madonna doing lying on the floor of a recording booth moaning?
Bringing families together through dance is a sweet idea, and one that is foreign mainly only to Americans. But the show may end up having the opposite effect.