Mitch Rouse
American actor
Mitch Rouse
Edward Mitchell "Mitch" Rouse is an American film and television actor, director and screenwriter. Rouse was born in Knoxville, Tennessee, and raised in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, where he played football at Oak Ridge High School. He attended the University of Tennessee before developing an interest in acting.
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Music Match: ‘Route 66,’ Via Nat King Cole, Then the Strypes
NYTimes - over 3 years
For this Music Match cover pairing, the classic song that Nat King Cole made popular and a remake by the Strypes that takes it into the 21st century.     
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Cinema na Madrugada - natelinha
Google News - over 5 years
De Michael Lehmann, com Janeane Garofalo, Uma Thurman, Ben Chaplin, Jamie Foxx, James McCaffrey, Richard Coca, Stanley Desantis, Antoinette Valente, Mitch Rouse, La Tanya M. Fisher. Comédia. Abby Barnes é uma veterinária que trabalha como apresentadora
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According to Jim: The Complete Fourth Season - JustPressPlay
Google News - over 5 years
With Dr. Ryan Gibson (Mitch Rouse) added to the mix, the show gets a new gladiator in the arena of lies that is Jim and Cheryl's living room, wherein Jim and Andy (Campbell) instruct him in the ways of getting by on the absolute minimum and covering up
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THE SECRET LIFE OF THE AMERICAN TEENAGER "It's Not Over Till It's Over/ To Be ... - Daemon's TV
Google News - over 5 years
In “It's Not Over Till It's Over,” the guest stars include Tom Virtue, Luke Zimmerman and Mitch Rouse. Special guest stars include Jennifer Coolidge and Josie Bissett. In “To be.,” the guest stars include Anne Ramsay, Beverley Mitchell, Renee Olstead,
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What's On Today
NYTimes - over 8 years
10 P.M. (BBC America) I'M A BOY ANOREXIC A documentary about three boys with anorexia, including Declan, above left, a 15-year-old who ends up at an eating-disorder treatment center after a sudden weight loss. Symptoms of anorexia in boys are often overlooked because this eating disorder is more readily associated with young women. ''My heart was
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What's On Today
NYTimes - over 8 years
9 P.M. (13, 49) INSPECTOR LEWIS Detective Inspector Robert Lewis (Kevin Whately, near left, with Laurence Fox) and Detective Sergeant James Hathaway (Mr. Fox) chaperone a celebrity criminal known as the ''first of the rock-and-roll hackers'' during his media-frenzied visit to speak at Oxford. Lewis thinks it's a no-brainer, until two people wind up
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Laughter From the Assembly Line
NYTimes - over 8 years
''Factory,'' a new series beginning on Sunday, is the first original comedy from Spike TV, which makes no effort in expanding its brand. Happen on it serendipitously and you would think, ''I must be watching Spike, the television network for men with 40-inch waists and wives they'd like to stick in a witness protection program.'' ''Factory'' is the
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TELEVISION: THE EMMYS; Surf's Up, Channel Surfers
NYTimes - over 8 years
THE disintegration of the traditional television season is having many consequences, one of which is a flood of new shows during what used to be the dumping ground of summer. So this roundup of notable programming over the next four months is much more selective than it ever would have been before. (My apologies to Fine Living, Hallmark, Starz ...
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WHAT'S ON TONIGHT
NYTimes - almost 12 years
9 P.M. (9) BRITNEY AND KEVIN: CHAOTIC -- Ms. Spears and Mr. Federline, left, make good their threat to share their love story with the world, with the help of home videos. In this one-hour season premiere, Ms. Spears is on her 2004 tour and telling her friends about the great guy she's met. 8 P.M. (11) GILMORE GIRLS "A House Is Not a Home." In the
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FILM REVIEW; Up a Creek With City Slickers And Beer-Bellied Beasts
NYTimes - over 12 years
As every red-blooded American male is at least partially aware, 1972 was the year camping trips lost their innocence. That was when the movie ''Deliverance'' introduced a new specter into the horror show of macho nightmares. Thanks to ''Deliverance'' and many subsequent rip-offs, every camper knows that behind every tree may lurk a sadistic,
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TELEVISION REVIEW; A Family-Style Sitcom Tickles the Laugh Track
NYTimes - almost 14 years
How many networks does it take to screw up a sitcom? Two: one to help produce it and one desperate enough to broadcast it. The aptly named ''Lost at Home,'' which lists NBC Studios among its co-conspirators and begins a run on ABC tonight, is a sitcom that sets a group of attractive actors adrift with a trite sit and scant com. Starting with a
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WEDDINGS; Andréa Bendewald, Mitch Rouse
NYTimes - over 15 years
Andréa Bendewald and Mitch Rouse, both actors, are to be married today by Mairead McAllister, a Universal Life minister, at the Saddlerock Ranch in Malibu, Calif. The bride, 31, will continue to use her name professionally. She played Maddy Piper Springer on ''Suddenly Susan,'' a situation comedy that ran on NBC. The bride graduated from Wright
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New TV Season in Review
NYTimes - over 18 years
'The Secret Lives of Men' ABC, tonight at 9:30 (Channel 7 in New York) It's come to this: one of series television's wittiest writers (Susan Harris) and possibly its finest director (James Burrows) doing masturbation, scatology and spitting humor. ''The Secret Lives of Men'' is about three unhappily divorced wretches in their 30's (Peter Gallagher,
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THE NEW SEASON/TELEVISION; THE ANNOTATED LISTINGS
NYTimes - over 18 years
NEW SERIES ABC THE HUGHLEYS -- A successful African-American businessman moves with his family to an all-white suburb and feels out of place with neighbors and with his old inner-city friends. Some treacherous race-based humor, but the star, D. L. Hughley, has lived this material and explored it in his stand-up comedy act, so he may be able to get
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Comedy Central Romps In Uncharted Territory
NYTimes - about 22 years
What was one of last year's most talked-about and influential sitcoms? Answer: The BBC's "Absolutely Fabulous." Roseanne has an option on the show for an American version, and there is already a copycat edition available in CBS's new hit "Cybill." And where could "Absolutely Fabulous" be seen? On Comedy Central, a cable channel still enough of a
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Review/Theater: Stitches; Of Stardom and a Tyranny of Images
NYTimes - about 23 years
In "Stitches," the corrosively funny, if overextended, comedy by the brother-and-sister team of David and Amy Sedaris at La Mama E.T.C., irony doesn't take the form of a wink but of a steady, wide-eyed gaze that flattens everything to the absurd dimensions of a macabre animated cartoon. The story of a pretty, popular high-school girl who becomes a
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Mitch Rouse
    FORTIES
  • 2013
    Age 48
    In 2013, Rouse played Eddie, the lead character in a single episode of the television series Call Me Crazy: A Five Film.
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  • 2008
    Age 43
    Rouse created and stars in Spike TV's 2008 comedy series Factory.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 2001
    Age 36
    In 2001, he married actress Andrea Bendewald in Malibu. The couple met while performing in the ABC Television sitcom The Secret Lives of Men. Jennifer Aniston was the matron of honor at their wedding on August 19, 2001.
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  • 1997
    Age 32
    Rouse has also appeared in several feature films including Austin Powers, Friends With Money, Rudy, and The Heartbreak Kid. His most prominent screen appearance as an actor was playing the leading role opposite Janeane Garofalo in 1997's dark romantic comedy Sweethearts.
    More Details Hide Details Rouse also directed and co-wrote the movie Employee of the Month starring Matt Dillon, Steve Zahn, Christina Applegate, and Andrea Bendewald, and co-wrote the Paramount Pictures film Without A Paddle starring Seth Green and Dax Shepard.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1964
    Born
    Born on August 6, 1964.
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