Bonnie Franklin Discusses One Day At A Time - Access Archives (May 2, 2008)
In 2008, Bonnie Franklin chats with Access about staying in touch with her “One Day at a Time” co-stars at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences’ “A Mother’s Day Salute to TV Moms.” So, do people still recognize her from the show?
Rowan Blanchard’s Spy Kids 4 Premiere — Access Archives (July 2011)
Rowan Blanchard chats with Access at the Hollywood premiere of “Spy Kids: All The Time in The World 4D.” Who made her dress? And why is she excited to be wearing it? Plus, what was her experience on the movie like? Also, what pranks did she pull during filming?
Tommy Lee Jones Discusses Men In Black 2 (2002)
Check out Billy Bush’s awkward interview with Tommy Lee Jones as they talked about “Men in Black 2” in 2002.
Conrad Bain Discusses His Role As Mr. Drummond On Diff’rent Strokes (1997)
Conrad Bain chats with Access about playing the iconic role of Mr. Drummond on the hit show “Diff’rent Strokes.” What was it like working with kids? Did he enjoy it? And, what was his relationship like with co-stars Gary Coleman and Todd Bridges? Plus, what kind of fan (or hate) mail would he receive?
Meet The Kardashians: Does Kim Mind Being Called A Sex Symbol? - Access Archives (2007)
Prior to reality superstardom, Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian chat with Access’ Billy Bush at their Los Angeles home about Kim deciding to do Playboy. Do they support her? What do their parents think? Plus, what does Kim think about being viewed as a sex symbol? And, what does Khloe like being known for?
Angus T. Jones Talks Life On The Set Of Two And A Half Men - Access Archives (2003)
Back in 2003, Angus T. Jones sat down with Access on the set of “Two and a Half Men” where he spoke about what he enjoyed most about working on the TV show. What was it like working with Charlie Sheen? Plus, what is a normal day for Angus? And, when does he do his school work?
Kevin Clash Talks Being Elmo - Access Archives (2011)
Kevin Clash chats with Access at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, about the documentary that Constance Marks brought to the festival, “Being Elmo: A Puppeteer’s Journey.” What does he love most about bring Elmo to life? Plus, what does he think the essence of Elmo is?
Taylor Swift Dishes On Her ‘Feminine’ Style & Debut Album (2006)
Before she became a superstar, Taylor Swift chatted with Access about her feminine fashion sense. Also, she talked about her single, “Tim McGraw,” and writing music for her debut album of the same name.
Taylor Swift: Before She Was A Superstar (2006)
Only 16 years old in this footage from her first Access appearance in July 2006, Taylor Swift was adorably unpolished. She was on the brink of superstardom, but far from a household name yet, with her self-titled album debut set to release three months later.
CSI: Behind The Scenes With Marg Helgenberger (2000)
In 2000, Access visited the set of “CSI: Crime Scene Investiation” where star Marg Helgenberger talked with us about why she decided to come back to the small screen. Also, she discussed with Access about why her CBS series is different than other crime procedural shows. Plus, is she squeamish around all the blood, guts and gore?
William Petersen Discusses Forensics On CSI (2000)
Back in 2000, William Petersen talked with Access about what drew him to take on the role of a senior forensics expert on “CSI: Crime Scene Investiation.” So, how much did he know about forensics before joining the CBS series? Plus, William discussed why Las Vegas is the perfect setting for this show.
Bryan Cranston Discusses Malcolm In The Middle (2001)
In 2001, Bryan Cranston chatted with Access about how excited he is to return for another season of “Malcolm in the Middle.” Also, he talked about co-star Frankie Muniz filming his first on-screen kiss.
Amanda Bynes: Big Fat Liar Is A Dream Come True (2001)
Back in 2001, Access was on the set of Amanda Bynes first movie, “Big Fat Liar,” and during a break from filming she chatted with us about her character, Kaylee, and how great it is to work with co-star Frankie Muniz.
Jason Alexander Dishes On His Seinfeld Audition (2004)
Jason Alexander talked with Access’ Billy Bush about using Woody Allen as a “role model” for his “Seinfeld” audition. Also, he told Billy why he thought the NBC series would not be a success. Plus, how did Jason figure out his character was loosely based on creator Larry David?
Jason Alexander’s ‘Strange’ First Day On Seinfeld (2004)
In 2004, Jason Alexander sat down with Access’ Billy Bush to chat about his “strange” first day on the set of “Seinfeld.” Also, he shared an actress’ very “unfortunate moment” with creator Larry David. Plus, Jason laughed about the NBC’s initial comments regarding the show.
Jason Alexander Discusses Seinfeld’s Contract Negotiations (2004)
Back in 2004, Jason Alexander revealed to Access’ Billy Bush the tension that was mounting between the cast of “Seinfeld” and NBC over their contract negotiations. Also, he talks about Jerry Seinfeld’s “very difficult position” during the negotiations.
Did Jason Alexander Want To Leave Seinfeld? (2004)
Jason Alexander tells Access’ Billy Bush how the cast of “Seinfeld” came to the decision of ending their hugely success NBC series. Also, he shares with Billy some issues he had with creator and writer Larry David. Plus, Jason talks about why he almost left the show.
When Did Jason Alexander Realize Seinfeld Was A Hit? (2004)
Jason Alexander shared with Access’ Billy Bush the many different “Seinfeld” shout outs he gets on the streets. Also, when did Jason realize the NBC series was a big hit?
Jerry Seinfeld Discusses ‘Tough’ Times During Seinfeld’s Contract Negotiations (2004)
In 2004, Jerry Seinfeld sat down with Access’ Billy Bush to discuss the difficult position he was put in during “Seinfeld’s” contract negotiations with NBC.
Did Julia Louis-Dreyfus Like How Seinfeld Ended? (2004)
Julia Louis-Dreyfus talks with Access’ Billy Bush about why “Seinfeld” is still such a legendary TV series. Also, how did she feel when the sitcom was struggling in its first few seasons? Plus, Julia tells Billy why she loved the series finale.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Discusses Her Favorite Seinfeld Catchphrases & Characters (2004)
In 2004, Julia Louis-Dreyfus discussed with Access’ Billy Bush some of “Seinfeld’s” best catchphrases, including “yada, yada, yada” and more. Also, who is her favorite character? Plus, who did she choose as Elaine’s greatest lover?
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Feels ‘Utterly Blessed’ By Seinfeld (2004)
Back in 2004, “Seinfeld” star Julia Louis-Dreyfus tells Access’ Billy Bush there is no downside to having a hit TV show, but has playing such an iconic character tripped her up in any way? Also, did she and her co-stars always get along?
Michael Richards: How Was Cosmo Kramer Created? (2004)
In 2004, Michael Richards sat down with Access’ Billy Bush to talk about how he felt when he first read the script for “Seinfeld.” Also, he discussed how he developed his character, Cosmo Kramer. Plus, was he almost cast as Al Bundy in “Married with Children”?
Michael Richards Discusses Seinfeld’s Final Season (2004)
Michael Richards tells Access’ Billy Bush how he felt when he learned of “Seinfeld’s” final season and going out at the top of their game.
Why Was Michael Richards Afraid He Would Get Written Out Of Seinfeld? (2004)
Back in 2004, Michael Richards chatted with Access’ Billy Bush about why he was worried his character, Kramer, would be written out of “Seinfeld.” Plus, how do people react when they see him in public?
A Star Is Born… Only To Become A Legend: Barbra Streisand
Check out these photos of the legendary Barbra Streisand.
A Look Back: Whitney Houston — Her Life In Pictures
A look back at Whitney Houston over the years, prior to her death at age 48.
2009 Golden Globes: Television Nominees
2009 Golden Globes: Television Nominees
Check out these shots of some of the coolest teen and former teen stars!