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Kevin Spacey set to face accuser Anthony Rapp in court

Kevin Spacey is set to stand trial for sexual assault in October. The 62-year-old star has been accused of sexual assault by actor Anthony Rapp, and after Spacey failed to convince a judge to dismiss the lawsuit brought against him, he'll now take to the stand on 4 October. Rapp...
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Broadway’s Anthony Rapp sells Noho home for $2M

Broadway and TV star Anthony Rapp just sold his Noho home — the one he was able to buy after starring as the original Mark Cohen in Broadway’s famed musical, “Rent” — for over its asking price. The Bond Street home sold for $2 million...

Star Trek: Discovery’s Anthony Rapp responds to international delay

Anthony Rapp portrays Star Trek: Discovery’s chief engineer, Paul Stamets. Shortly before Star Trek: Discovery was set to premiere on Paramount Plus, international viewers were made aware that the series was being pulled from Netflix. The streaming channel was the only way that viewers outside the United States and Canada could watch Discovery as it had always been on a one day delay, airing the next day on Netflix to enable international viewers to keep up with the current season. That all changed when Paramount bought out its deal with Netflix, enabling the studio to air Discovery exclusively on its own streaming service.

Star Trek: Discovery's Anthony Rapp reacts to frustrating season 4 delay

Star Trek: Discovery recently announced that while its fourth season will hit Paramount+ in the US on November 18, international audiences wouldn't be able to watch it until at least 2022. Anthony Rapp, who plays Discovery's chief engineer Paul Stamets in the spin-off, has opened up about his frustrations with...

Boldly going where no man has gone: Actor Anthony Rapp on playing 'Star Trek's' first openly gay character

Next week, the new season of the hit show "Star Trek: Discovery" blasts off. The hit show made history as the first of its kind to feature an openly gay character, Lt. Cmdr. Paul Stamets, played by our guest this week, Anthony Rapp. The actor talks about his groundbreaking role on the show and how he's also been able to push back against gender binaries off-screen after being elected to the board of the actors' union, SAG-AFTRA.