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Tiny Bell Canyon Becomes Hot Spot for Celebrity Real Estate

It’s hard to find, cell service is spotty, the threat of fire is high, and it’s over the Ventura County line. Yet Bell Canyon — the exclusive, 1,700-acre gated community north of Calabasas (with one gate; one way in and out) — is a celebrity magnet, where residents have included Niecy Nash, Jhené Aiko, Alyssa […]

Alyssa Milano Inks First-Look Deal at A+E Studios

Alyssa Milano is setting up shop at A+E Studios. The actress and activist has signed a first-look deal with the studio, where she’ll create and produce projects for all TV platforms, both in the United States and internationally. The deal also includes a pilot script Milano wrote for Things I’m Seeing Without You, an adaptation […]

Alyssa Milano Says Uncle Is Awaiting Open Heart Surgery But “Doing Well” After August Car Accident

Alyssa Milano says her uncle Mitch Carp is “doing well” but may need surgery following a car accident in August that required her to help save his life. Speaking to Entertainment Tonight on Friday, Milano shared an update on the status of her uncle’s health after the two were in an Aug. 17 car accident […]

Alyssa Milano Says Uncle Is on Life Support After Car Accident

Alyssa Milano said her 63-year-old uncle Mitch Carp is “still in and out of consciousness” in a video posted to her TikTok account on Monday. Milano and her uncle were in a car accident last week when he experienced a heart attack. The actress explained that her uncle was driving her to a doctor’s appointment […]

Alyssa Milano Says She’s “Grateful to the People Who Stopped to Help” After Car Crash With Her Uncle

Alyssa Milano was in a crash Tuesday that involved her 63-year-old uncle Mitch Carp and resulted in him being hospitalized, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. Following reports late Tuesday of a crash involving the actress and her family member while driving on the West Los Angeles Highway, Milano took to Twitter to confirm the incident, […]

Hollywood Activists Respond to Derek Chauvin Sentencing: “Your Work Is Not Done”

Hollywood figures took to social media Friday to share their reactions to the news of the Derek Chauvin sentencing. Chauvin, a former Minneapolis police officer, was found guilty on all three charges of second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in the killing of the 46-year-old Black man, father, and Minneapolis resident. During a police […]

Alyssa Milano Launching Web Series on Election Security to “Preserve This Democracy”

Politically active actress Alyssa Milano — who already has a podcast, Sorry Not Sorry, that tackles the hot-button issues of the day — is launching a webinar series this fall focused on election security and voter activation.

Alyssa Milano Opens Up About Having Two Abortions

Alyssa Milano opened up about her two unexpected pregnancies and her decisions to have abortions during the latest episode of her podcast 'Sorry Not Sorry.'

Alyssa Milano Launches 2020 Grassroots Fund to Encourage Voting in Swing States

Actress and activist Alyssa Milano has partnered with Movement Voter Project to encourage voting by donating money to grassroots organizations in three swing states ahead of the 2020 presidential election.

Alyssa Milano, Dave Bugliari Settle Dispute With Ex-Business Managers

Alyssa Milano and her husband, CAA agent Dave Bugliari, have reached a settlement in a two-year dispute with their former business managers, Hellie, Hoffer and Company.

Social Climbers Charts: Alyssa Milano Rises After #SexStrike, ‘Riverdale’ Rules Top Scripted

Alyssa Milano’s social media #SexStrike earned the actress her first top five on The Hollywood Reporter’s Top Actors chart since February, re-entering at No. 5 on the May 22-dated tally.

Alyssa Milano Calls for Sex Strike in Protest of Abortion Laws, Ignites Social Media

Actress Alyssa Milano got people riled up on social media with a tweet Friday night, calling for women to join her in a sex strike to protest strict abortion bans passed by Republican-controlled legislatures.