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Caught on Camera with Nick Cannon
Christmas of Many Colors
Days of our Lives
The Good Place
Late Night: Seth Meyers
Law & Order: SVU
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Saturday Night Live
This Is Us
Tony Bennett Celebrates 90
The Tonight Show: Jimmy Fallon
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Should NFL be concerned about national anthem?
See Kelly Clarkson's adorable pic with River Rose by White House Christmas tree
You can't stop the beat! See 'Hairspray Live!' cast sing and dance in new promo
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All About Robert Sean Leonard
Born Robert Lawrence Leonard in Westwood, New Jersey, Robert attended Fordham and Columbia Universities.
Robert began getting professional acting roles at the age of 17, when he appeared in "The Manhattan Project."
Two years later came Robert's breakout role as Neil Perry, a student with a passion for acting, in "Dead Poets Society" opposite Robin Willi…
In 1990, Robert starred in the Oscar-nominated film "Mr. & Mrs. Bridge," alongside Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward.
1993 was a big year for Robert, as he starred in three big screen hits: Kenneth Branagh's "Much Ado About Nothing," "Swing Kids" and Martin …
A three-time Tony Award nominee, Robert won the Best Actor Tony for his portrayal of A. E. Housman in Tom Stoppard's "Invention of Love."
Robert became a household name in 2004 when he began starring alongside Hugh Laurie in the TV series, "House M.D."
In 2013, Robert made his first appearance on the London stage in 22 years, starring as Atticus Finch in "To Kill a Mockingbird" at Regent's …
Also in 2013, TV fans welcomed Robert back to the small screen as mad scientist Dr. Roger Kadar in "Falling Skies."
Dr. Adrian Shaw: Conclusion
Dr. Adrian Shaw
The Lindquist Concern
Alexander Kirk: Conclusion