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Max Minghella

April 26, 2017

“This is going to sound wanky,” says Max Minghella over the phone from Los Angeles, “but I really love stories about women.”

Discovery: Justin Cornwell

April 5, 2017

When Justin Cornwell was cast as Detective Kyle Craig, the trainee cop on CBS’s television adaptation of Antoine Fuqua‘s Oscar-winning film, he was still living in Chicago, working in theater, doing commercials and bit-parts on television shows filming in the area.

Sarah Ramos: The Graduate Years

February 28, 2017

As Haddie Braverman, the teenage daughter of Adam (Peter Krause) and Kristina (Monica Potter) on NBC’s cult favoriteParenthood, Sarah Ramos spent five years perfecting the balance between lovability and petulance.

Electric Guest

February 21, 2017

“Honestly, a year and a half ago, we turned in an album that nobody really liked,” says Asa Taccone, one half of the Los Angeles-based duo Electric Guest.

The Scene Stealer

December 20, 2016

Jovan Adepo is off to a pretty good start. Born in Oxfordshire, England to an American father and English mother, the actor’s first television role was as Michael Murphy in the second season of The Leftovers.

Faces of 2017

December 14, 2016

From now through January, we’re counting down the actors, musicians, visual artists, comedians, and more that we’re most excited about for the New Year. We’ll be publishing one story a business day, so check back in daily for our Faces of 2017.

New Ride

October 27, 2016

“The Strokes are definitely my first wife,” Nick Valensi says with a laugh. As the guitarist of the band that set the standard for rock’n’roll in early-’00s New York City, Valensi has spent a good chunk of his life around its members. But a few years ago he acted on his urge to make music outside the “delicate ecosystem” of his forever family.

Yvonne Orji

October 3, 2016

Ostensibly, Insecure, HBO’s newest series, belongs to the protagonist Issa. But as these things often go, Issa’s best friend, Molly, played by Yvonne Orgi, becomes an invaluable part of the narrative.

Thunder Strike

September 1, 2016

In 2010, Guillermo E. Brown christened himself Pegasus Warning. The name came to him in a dream, but it stuck.

Aja Naomi King

August 24, 2016

Before moving to New Haven to study for her MFA at Yale University, California native Aja Naomi King had never seen snow before.

Glen Powell’s College Years

April 4, 2016

When Glen Powell first moved to Los Angeles, it was at the suggestion of Hollywood super agent Ed Limato.

Aldis Hodge Emerges from the Underground

March 7, 2016

Now 29, Aldis Hodge started acting as a young child alongside his older brother Edwin.

Lissie’s Midwest Move

February 17, 2016

“I’m proud of this album. It’s very personal,” Lissie says of My Wild West. “It’s a lot less about boys and heartache, and a lot more about my own inner thought processes and how to have a bold but good life.”

Maika Monroe’s Athletic Acting

January 19, 2016

In 2011, while her peers in Santa Barbara were preparing to head off to college, 17-year-old Maika Monroe moved to the Dominican Republic to train as a professional kiteboarder.

The 16 Faces of 2016

December 8, 2015

In the place of end-of-year lists and resolutions, we’ve rounded up the artists, actors, authors, athletes, musicians, designers, and models worth getting to know for 2016. We’ll be posting a new interview a day between now and January.

The Marvel Badass

December 7, 2015

Comic book superhero was never on Brianna Hildebrand’s list of childhood goals.