In the upcoming TV miniseries “Bonnie & Clyde,” Emile Hirsch stars as Clyde Barrow, the infamous outlaw who was gunned down by authorities in 1934 after an epic crime spree with partner Bonnie Parker. It’s a role that most actors would be frightened to take — Warren Beatty originated it in the Oscar-winning 1967 film of the same name, and Barrow became something of an American icon as a result.
Jennifer Morrison isn’t a princess — she just plays one on TV. But the star of ABC’s “Once Upon a Time” is the first to admit that she’s lived her own fairy tale, rising steadily from bullied high school bookworm to prime-time heroine.
Lots of children dream of becoming superheroes, and Rosa Blasi was no different. But unlike most aspiring justice-seekers, the Chicago native is actually getting a shot at saving the world on Nickelodeon’s new live-action series, “The Thundermans,” which premiered this fall.