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United States actor (born in Hungary) noted for playing sinister roles (1904-1964)

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Sheen argues that he called Lorre "Chaim Levine" not because Sheen dislikes Jews, but because Lorre doesand if Lorre had talked about rejecting the name Snuffleupagus, Sheen would have used that to get under his skin, too.
Janney's love of physical comedy--learned from years of stage work before TV and film beckoned--has informed her character, Lorre added.
Ranting wildly on KLAC, the Platoon star blasted Lorre and co-creator Lee Aransohn, saying: "I don't get in anybody's business, but these guys are a couple of AA Nazis.
Lorre said: "We did a live show in front of a studio audience and it was a big success.
We're looking to do more than insult humor - there are so many things to watch, it's time to step up and put something worthwhile on,'' Lorre continues.
She's going to find some confidence and self-esteem, which acting does not provide in great heaping doses," Lorre added.
TV exec Chuck Lorre said he was "profoundly concerned" for the actor (left).
Instead, the humour is more in the vein of Five's brilliant, yet underrated, American import Two And A Half Men - a show Big Bang creator Chuck Lorre exec produces.
Reflecting the network's swagger, Moonves mentioned only one midseason series in passing, a sitcom reuniting showrunner Chuck Lorre (``Two and a Half Men'') with his ``Dharma & Greg'' star Jenna Elfman.
The news about delay in production comes as surprise, as Chuck Lorre, co-creator of "The Big Bang Theory," had said at TCA, as quoted by (http://www.
Lorre also serves as exec producer on the Eye's "Mike & Molly.
The actor - whose six-year marriage to Demi Moore collapsed last November amid allegations he cheated - explained he grew his hair for his role as heartbroken millionaire Walden Schmidt in the Chuck Lorre series.
It comes after Sheen's four-letter radio rant, where he launched an attack on the producer and co-creator Chuck Lorre, calling him a "piece of ***".
Affectionate and amusing detective spoof, also starring Dorothy Lamour, Peter Lorre and Lon Chaney Jnr