Explore the glamorous life of the celebrity world in the Celebrities Channel. Read about your favorite stars and learn interesting facts about them.
Being featured in ads in Japan is one way for celebrities to make a buck. Making ads in Japan is also appealing because the reputations of celebrities are protected by secrecy clauses. See our list of 12 Hollywood celebrities who have made ads in Japan.
Some people go into the bathroom and then never come out. See our list of 8 famous people who died in the bathroom, including Elvis, Jim Morrison, and Orville Redenbacher.
That these people all died before the age of 40 is sad in its own right -- how they died is often more so. And sometimes, the causes are just plain strange.
Some people try to take things with them into the great unknown. See our list of 5 people who were buried with strange objects, including Humphrey Bogart and King Tut.
Stars sometimes turn down roles that become memorable. Learn about the memorable roles turned down by stars like Will Smith and Gwyneth Paltrow.
Not all famous people, including Demi Moore, Bono, Bob Dylan, and Elton John go by their real names. See our list of 19 famous people and the name they were given at birth.
Some celebrities, including Jason Lee, Clint Eastwood, David Letterman, weren't always rich and famous. At one time, they had regular jobs, too. Check out these former jobs of these 12 celebrities.
A number of famous people were orphaned, fostered, or adopted at an early age. Learn about celebrities who went on to be famous after being adopted, including Babe Ruth, Jamie Foxx, Faith Hill, and others.
Some celebrities earn more after they die than while they were living. Read about the 13 top-earning dead celebrities and how much they made in 2006.
Marilyn Monroe's final years included personal and professional disappointments and ended with her death under mysterious circumstances. Find out about the later years and untimely death of Marilyn Monroe.
Marilyn Monroe is an icon of pop culture; her enduring image still inspires fans many years after her death. She was a star who left a fascinating legacy and an undeniable effect on Hollywood.
Marilyn Monroe was born Norma Jeane Mortensen in Los Angeles in 1926. How did this shy young girl end up as Hollywood's most iconic starlet?
Marilyn Monroe got her first bit part in the musical comedy "Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay!" Check out her other early movies as we trace the rise of her acting career.
Marilyn Monroe's later career included such films as "The Seven Year Itch" and "How to Marry a Millionaire." During her later career Marilyn Monroe also married and divorced Joe DiMaggio and married Arthur Miller. Read all about Marilyn Monroe's later films and her life.
Marilyn Monroe was the most celebrated actress of her time and an object of lust for both the President and the common man. More than forty years after her death, her legend still endures.
Carly Schroeder stars in "Gracie" as the title character. Learn about Carly Schroeder's other movie and TV roles, from "Lizzie McGuire" to "Mean Creek."
Elisabeth Shue, Academy Award winner for "Leaving Las Vegas," plays Lindsay Brown in "Gracie." Explore Elisabeth Shue's other TV and film roles.
Dermot Mulroney plays Bryan Bowen in "Gracie." Explore Dermot Mulroney's film and TV acting credits, from "Zodiac" to "My Best Friend's Wedding."
Do you ever think "How do they get away with that?!" while standing in the supermarket check-out? Tabloids turn small bits of possibly true events into incredible stories, but they also know where to draw the line. Find out how tabloids avoid lawsuits and still manage to publish those wacky page-turners.
Paparazzi go to great lengths to close the distance between famous people and their fans, often producing images that expose just how "real" larger-than-life celebrities really are. But how far are they willing to go to get the shot?