#Cast Member


Yoo Seon Ho Confirmed As New Cast Member Of “2 Days & 1 Night Season 4”

“2 Days & 1 Night Season 4” has announced its newest member!. On November 28, Starnews reported that Yoo Seon Ho has joined the variety show as the sixth member. In response to the report, a source from the program confirmed, “Yoo Seon Ho is joining ‘2 Days & 1 Night’ as a new member. He completed his first recording on [November] 25.”
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‘Star Wars’ Fan Complains After Bizarre Cast Member Interaction

There have been a staggering amount of complaints coming from Disney Resort and Disney Park Guests in recent months. Some complaints have been aimed towards rides that are in disrepair or constantly breaking down, Disney leadership (i.e. Bob Chapek), or the overall lack of Disney magic — but some complaints have been focused on negative experiences with Disney Cast Members.
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‘A Christmas Story’ property owner lashes out at former cast member for visiting famous home: ‘Getting F**k Out’

Actor Anaya Yano, best known for her role in the 1983 holiday classic A Christmas Story, was recently banned from visiting the famous home where the movie was shot. On Nov. 15, Anaya, who played the role of Grover Dill in the family comedy, was taking pictures with fans on the front steps of her Cleveland estate when the home’s owner, Brian Jones, suddenly appeared, prompting the actor to leave the house. I urged you to.
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Yoo Seon Ho to join season 4 of '1 Night, 2 Days' as newest cast member

Yoo Seon Ho will be joining season 4 of '1 Night, 2 Days.'. On November 28 KST, KBS confirmed that the actor/singer is the variety program's newest fixed member. According to their statement, when his first episode will air has yet to be decided; however, he filmed it on November 25.

The Last Surviving Cast Member Of ‘Gone With The Wind,’ Mickey Kuhn, Has Passed Away At Age 90

Born on September 21, 1932, in Waukegan, Illinois, Kuhn made his first film appearance as a toddler in tye 1934 film Change of Heart. He was soon enrolled in Mar-Ken School for performing children and soon became friends with the acting brothers Dwayne and Darryl Hickman. Kuhn considered the 1939 film Juarez his breakout role, and he was soon chosen to play Beau Wilkes in Gone with the Wind, recalling that the receptionist told him that they had been waiting for him and cast him on the spot. His classic line “Where is my mother going away to, and why can’t I go along, please?” was shot in one take.

‘Voice’ Cast Member Mourns the Sudden Loss of a Family Member

A “Voice” cast member and her family is mourning a terrible loss this week — Reba McEntire and her significant other Rex Linn said goodbye to their beloved dog, Riddler. Reba Posted a Memorial to Her Dear Puppy Who Died of Cancer. In an Instagram post that...

Mickey Kuhn Dies: Last Surviving ‘Gone With The Wind’ Cast Member Was 90

Mickey Kuhn, the last surviving credited cast member of the 1939 film classic Gone With The Wind, died Sunday at a hospice facility in Naples, FL. He was 90. His death was announced in a Facebook post by friend George Terrell. Related Story Hollywood & Media Deaths In 2022: Photo Gallery Related Story James Winburn Dies: Prolific 'Halloween' Stuntman Was 85 Related Story Jean-Marie Straub Dies: Radical French Filmmaker Of Straub-Huillet Duo Was 89 A prolific child actor of the 1930s and ’40s, Kuhn is best remembered for his role as Gone with the Wind‘s Beau Wilkes, the son of Ashley and Melanie Wilkes (Leslie Howard, Olivia de...

Southern Hospitality’s Will Kulp Is Dating Fellow Cast Member Emmy Sharrett

In the teaser trailer for the debut season of Southern Hospitality (which you can watch above), VIP concierge Grace Lilly shares her three secrets for anyone who wants to work for Leva Bonaparte: “Dress to impress, be professional,” and “don’t” hook up with “your co-workers.”