10:04 AM EDT 07/10/2016
Originally posted 11/04/2015 03:40PM
Before settling down with Jim Toth, and even before having two kids with Ryan Phillippe, Reese Witherspoon was romantically entwined with another Hollywood figure – Jeremy Sisto.
Originally posted 10/27/2015 05:05PM
Jeremy Sisto is the first to admit he's a fan of dark characters.
"I find those roles interesting – how people are trying to make it when their biggest adversary is themselves," he tells PEOPLE ahead of Tuesday's premiere of his eerie new ABC show Wicked City.
On the show, Sisto stars as detective Jack Roth, who is tasked with hunting down – and being hunted by – serial killing couple Kent Grainger (Ed Westwick) and Betty Beaumontaine (Erika Christensen) during Hollywood's sex- and drug-fueled '80s era.
"I'm really excited," says Sisto. "It's so different than anything I've seen. You have all of the cat-and-mouse stuff, but it's being told from how the characters see themselves. It's a fun ride of a show. I'm excited to put something out there that I would watch myself."
Originally posted 01/23/2013 09:00PM
The Suburgatory actor tells PEOPLE he drew inspiration from an introduction through costar Cheryl Hines
Originally posted 10/05/2012 09:00PM
It's been 17 years – and these Bronson Alcott High alums are still total Bettys and Baldwins.
Alicia Silverstone, Stacey Dash and Elisa Donovan, along with Breckin Meyer, Donald Faison and Justin Walker reunite for Entertainment Weekly's latest issue, on stands Friday. (Don't worry, Jeremy Sisto and Paul Rudd are included too – pick up the reunions special to see the full cast photo.)
Although the Clueless family is now missing Brittany Murphy, who passed away in 2009, they gathered to lovingly reminisce about the 1995 cult classic.
"Right when the movie was about to wrap, I remember asking Breckin and Donald, 'Do you think anyone's going to see this?'" Sisto recalls. "We had no idea."
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