[01/04/11 - 12:27 PM] Bravo Pulls Out an "Ace" as "Inside the Actors Studio" Profiles Jim Carrey Said installment premieres Monday, January 10 at 8:00/7:00c.
[via press release from Bravo]
BRAVO PULLS OUT AN "ACE" AS "INSIDE THE ACTORS STUDIO" PROFILES JIM CARREY
NEW YORK - January 4, 2011- Bravo starts the year off on a high note as Golden Globe-winner Jim Carrey, one of the most sought-after guests in "Inside the Actors Studio" history, takes the hot seat on Monday, January 10th at 8pm et/pt. Host James Lipton first invited Carrey 17 years ago to appear on the show and on the night of the memorable taping, told the audience Carrey is worth the "17 years of foreplay." Leaving no stone unturned, Lipton courses through Carrey's early days as a class clown in school to the janitorial job he had to take in order to support his family. Carrey talks about how he developed his character for Ace Ventura and reveals that his technique was similar to Anthony Hopkins method for creating Hannibal Lector. Carrey traverses his career from In Living Color, The Mask, The Truman Show and his most recent blockbuster hit, I Love You, Phillip Morris, which was just nominated in the category of "Best Comedy" for the 16th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards.
For the ultimate matchmaking expertise, tune-in on Tuesday, January 11th at 9pm et/pt for the season four finale of "The Millionaire Matchmaker." Patti Stanger is excited to meet Freddie Mitchell, ex-wide receiver for the Philadelphia Eagles. After being severely burned in the past by women who love athletes and their money, Mitchell is deathly afraid of gold diggers and seeks Stanger's help to find the right girl. And Stacy Kessler, from a previous episode this season, is back! After the debacle that was her first trip into the Millionaire's Club, Stanger reluctantly offers her a second chance. Not believing a word Kessler says, Stanger announces that Kessler take a lie detector test, which she confidently agrees to get strapped into the machine.
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