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““This is where I set up my tripod stand and put my camera in it, aiming at Ashlynn,” off-screen, real-life Nick said.”
“The studios connected him to June Haver and Ann Blyth, but his long, well-publicized relationship with the actress Shelley Winters was quite genuine—as were their engagement and off-screen tiffs.”
“Online as he went to bat for her off-screen persona.”
“Tom and I have a nice father/daughter vibe on - and off-screen, and Donnie and I worked together before, so we already have the brother/sister dynamic," she said, giggling as Wahlberg jumped the velvet rope, grabbed a reporter's microphone and started to interview the youngest Reagan, Will Estes.”
“The openly gay star on - and off-screen says he actually switched schools in his youth because of bullying, but found solace having the foresight to know that high school was but a short period in the grand scheme of things.”
“Through such hits as Toy Story and Cars, he has brought toys to life on the big screen in a magical way that has engaged kids and collectors off-screen with film-inspired product for nearly 15 years.”
“There was infinitely more reaction and character in his off-screen meltdown.”
“At the time, she went on hiatus, following her controversial off-screen antics and reportedly poor on-set attitude — guest-star Tim Gunn called her "pathetic" and said she "annoyed the entire crew.”
“She dominates Larsson's Millennium Trilogy despite being off-screen for long chunks of time”
“For The Suite Life on Deck star Debby Ryan, it's time to graduate on-and off-screen.”
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