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Pauley Perrette | Risenmagazine.com: " Despite her Goth-babe character on the mega-hit NCIS, Pauley is not attracted to a place like this because of morbid Hollywood lore. No, she digs it because the bungalows are dog-friendly—complete with little doggie snack bags for the canine visitors. She’s red-hot passionate about animal rescue.
Several years ago, she read a story about a puppy-breeding ranch that was abusing dogs. When the authorities moved in, it was suggested that the dogs be euthanize Animal rescuers tried to find good homes for the abused pups. Pauley got on the organization’s website and read about their efforts, and ended up having a dream about a white-faced dog named Joker. That next weekend, she was volunteering for the cause."
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Matt Smith on Graham Norton
There are some big names appearing on the Christmas episode of The Graham Norton Show. Hollywood legend Dustin Hoffman will be joined by the comedian's comedian Billy Connolly and fellow comic Jennifer Saunders. But for Doctor Who fans, Matt Smith will be the one to watch (and listen carefully to). Smith will take to the sofa on Friday 21 December to discuss Doctor Who Christmas Special The Snowmen, which airs four days later on BBC1. Will he reveal any new details about the episode? Quite possibly not. Will he help ramp up the excitement? Definitely.
Matt Smith heads to Hollywood
HE’S best known for travelling through time as Doctor Who, but actor Matt Smith is planning a new journey – to Hollywood.
Matt, the current eleventh incarnation of the Time Lord who is adored by the sci-fi show’s millions of fans, has revealed he is hoping to make his mark in the movies.
“I’m going over to Los Angeles this week to dip my head in the pond,” Matt reveals. “I am going to be having loads of meetings with film people and that sort of stuff.
“I have a lot of ambitions. I would like one day to direct and I just want to keep doing quality work. LA is kinda groovy – I really like it out there.”
Matt, 28, will discuss potential scripts and audition for roles which could make him a global star.