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TV's Rising Black Actors: Young, Gifted and African-American

by Sandie Angulo Chen, posted Feb 16th 2010 1:30PM
Amber RileyFebruary is Black History Month, and what better way to celebrate than to pay tribute to television's brightest young African-American actors.

Most of you are already fans of critically acclaimed vets like Chandra Wilson ('Grey's Anatomy'), Anthony Anderson ('Law & Order') and Regina King ('Southland'), but there is a new wave of up-and-coming black stars ready to make their mark. Here are 12 of our favorites. Who are yours?

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Rob Estes to Depart '90210' -- We Help With His Exit

by Chris Jordan, posted Jan 20th 2010 6:55PM
Principal Harry Wilson is hitting the road.

Veteran TV actor Rob Estes, who plays Wilson on the CW's 'Beverly Hills, 90210' /a> reboot, '90210,' is exiting the show, according to a report at Hollywood Insider.

The news comes shortly after star Jennie Garth announced that she's leaving. Garth played Jenny Taylor on "Beverly Hills, 90210.'

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Tristan Wilds: Who Is He? All About the Actor Who Might Be Dating Rihanna

by Sharon Knolle, posted Nov 18th 2009 1:10PM
Paparazzi, start your stalking!

Rumors that Rihanna is dating '90210' actor Tristan Wilds have shot the 20-year-old New Yorker into sudden stardom. Rihanna got the gossip-mongering started at a party at her Los Angeles home last weekend, where she was "openly affectionate" with Wilds.

So, just who is this guy?

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90210 panel: Brenda's back, and the new generation - TCA Report

by Joel Keller, posted Jul 19th 2008 6:05PM
The 90210 TCA panel
Talk about a mismatch: Even though there are plenty of people in the press tour audience who fit in The CW's target demographic of women age 18-34, most of the people who seem to grab the microphone and ask questions during most sessions are firmly not in that demo. In fact, their demo could be described as "men, age 35 - infinity." Hearing some of them ask questions of the young stars of 90210, for instance, sounds almost creepy.

That being said, the CW sessions are always good to attend for two reasons: 1) the comedy stylings of communications chief Paul McGuire, and 2) the frustrating non-answers given by CW entertainment president Dawn Ostroff. Both are entertaining in their own way.

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The first look at the official 90210 cast and other news about the spin-off

by Isabelle Carreau, posted May 15th 2008 11:45AM
Earlier this week, The CW released this promotional picture of the 90210 regular cast. From left to right: Dustin Milligan, AnnaLynne McCord, Jessica Walter, Shenae Grimes, Tristan Wilds, Lori Loughlin, Ryan Eggold, Jessica Stroup and Michael Steger.

If you've been keeping up with information about the spin-off, you know that there is someone missing from that picture. No, it's not Jennie Garth or Tori Spelling since they will be recurring/guest stars. But it's the actor who'll play the pivotal character of Harry Mills, a father who relocates his family in Beverly Hills to take care of his mother.

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The Wire's Tristan Wilds lands 90210 role

by Erin Martell, posted May 7th 2008 11:40AM
Tristan WildsIt's a step up from Baltimore. Tristan Wilds, who played Michael on The Wire, is playing the male lead in the 90210 spinoff. Wilds will take on the role of Dixon, the adopted son of the Harry and Celia Mills. The Mills family is shaping up to be much more entertaining than the Walshes. Jessica Walter and Lori Loughlin have already been cast as the grandmother and mother, respectively. I can't wait to see Michael having family dinner with Lucille Bluth and Becky from Full House.

In other 90210 casting news, Michael Steger is playing Navid, producer of the West Beverly High's TV news show. I'm not familiar with Steger, but I'm thrilled that Wilds is returning to TV.

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