MSNBC anchor Chris Hayes probably should’ve probably thought twice before making controversial statements about fallen soldiers on a special Memorial Day episode of his show. Hayes mentioned during a panel discussion that he is uncomfortable using the word “hero” as a blanket term for all fallen soldiers because it can be skewed to justify war.
“Why do I feel so [uncomfortable] about the word ‘hero’? I… Continue reading Chris Hayes apologizes for not calling fallen soldiers 'heroes'
Sean Hayes has joined the cast of the Farrelly Brothers comedy The Three Stooges , Deadline is reporting.
Hayes, best known for his role on “Will & Grace,” will star as Larry in the tribute to the original comedy legends, performing alongside Will Sasso as Curly and a yet-to-be-cast Moe. The plot, inspired by original “Three Stooges” shorts, will have the trio left as newborns outside an orphanage and will… Continue reading Sean Hayes Joins The Three Stooges
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Actor Sean Hayes, widely recognized for his award-winning role in the television series “Will & Grace,” will host the 64th annual Tony Awards this year, the CBS television network said on Monday. The 39-year-old actor who has worked on stage, TV and in movies will host Broadway’s top theater awards, which will be broadcast by CBS from … Continue reading Sean Hayes to host Broadway's Tony Awards
Former Will & Grace star Sean Hayes will host this year’s Tonys.Hayes has been tapped to emcee the 64th Annual Tony Awards — live from Radio City Music Hall in New York City — on Sunday, June 13, BroadwayWorld.com said Monday. This is the first hosting stint for Hayes, who is also a nominee for in […] Continue reading Sean Hayes Tony Awards Host 2010