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Rene Russo reveals lifelong battle with bipolar disorder

After years in television and film, Rene Russo confessed to struggling with lifelong bipolar disorder. "Bipolar medication," the 60-year-old actress told Queen Latifah after the daytime talk show host asked her and fellow guest Jake Gyllenhaal to detail an obstacle they've had to overcome in their lives. "Yea I pretty much hit a wall and then my mom said my whole childhood, 'You're stop and go,'" she confessed about battling the disorder since her early years. "That was it for me." Russo, who appears on "The Queen Latifah Show" in an episode set to air Oct. 30, was there promoting her new film "Nightcrawler" and ended…
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Mila Kunis “Never Wanted to Get Married” Until She Met Ashton Kutcher: “I Found the Love of My Life”

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher have shared many firsts over the years, and they'll soon share another when the actress gives birth later this year. In W's August 2014 issue, Kunis speaks candidly about how their friendship turned into a romance after co-starring on the Fox comedy That '70s Show from 1998-2006. "My first real kiss ever was with him on the show," she says. "And when That '70s Show had a prom, my date for the prom turned out to be my fiancé. We can honestly say that we went to prom together!" She jokes, "I do think that…
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Celmira Luzardo From “Yo soy Betty, la Fea” Passes Away

Celmira Luzardo, the Colombian actress, known for her role as Catalina Angel in the famous series "Yo soy Betty, la Fea" died Wednesday night at age 61 in Bogotá. Luzardo Celmira, the Colombian actress, known for her role as Catalina Angel in the famous series "Yo soy Betty, la Fea" died Wednesday night at age 61 in Bogotá. She developed her career in theater, film and television and in the latter half was part of the cast of the telenovela "Yo soy Betty, la Fea" , died in Bogotá, today reported her relatives. Luzardo, the youngest of a family of actors,…
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Tribute to Rita Moreno at the Fortaleza

The Puerto Rican actress and singer Rita Moreno was honored today by the First Lady Wilma Pastrana Jimenez, who acknowledged her long career in the entertainment world. The artist, whose real name is Rosa Dolores Alverio, was received in La Fortaleza, where Governor Alejandro García Padilla, and some well-known personalities were there to recognize Rita Moreno for her contribution to the cultural activities of the country. "The great things are achieved with great effort and toughness. These are the same values that our Puerto Rico needs to embrace to overcome great obstacles and challenges which we live. Rita is a…
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