Celebritologist Bill Zehme has written books about Frank Sinatra and Andy Kaufman, and co-wrote Jay Leno's autobiography.
Tom Junod is a two-time National Magazine Award-winning journalist best known for his profiles in Esquire.
Mark Singer is a longtime staff writer for The New Yorker. Many of his best profiles are collected in Mr. Personality.
Lynn Hirschberg writes about entertainment, fashion, and the peccadilloes of celebrity.
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Ten years ago, the King of Late Night went away for good, vanished. The Garbo of American comedy. But now, just one last time, here’s Johnny.
The whole epic, ugly story of an American giant, worth retelling amidst allegations of extortion surrounding affairs with staffers of The Late Show.
Some people don’t care much for Heather Graham but I think that they are nuts!
How far can a man fall? Imagine very far—and then, in the case of this man, keep going.
In “Spamalot,” Mike Nichols and Eric Idle bring Monty Python to the stage. How do you set decapitated knights and flying cows to music?