01:52 PM EDT 05/28/2015
Originally posted 03/04/2003 01:00PM
NBC is denying Martin Sheen's claim that the network attempted to prevent its "West Wing" president from filming an anti-war commercial, the Associated Press reports.
Originally posted 02/21/2003 11:00AM
'JOE' BLOW: Just days after Evan Marriott picked Zora Andrich to share his life -- and a $1 million check -- there are rumblings that all is not well in the land of FOX's "Joe Millionaire." "Is it possible to find true love in just a month with someone?" Andrich, 29, tells this week's PEOPLE. "I never rule out anything. But honestly, I think it would be highly unlikely." Marriott, 28, meanwhile, says he was turned off by Andrich's seeming lack of appreciation for her surprise $500,000 windfall, and goes on to talk about the woman he didn't choose, Sarah Kozer, 29. "(We) got along like gangbusters," he says, "better than a lot of ex-girlfriends I've had."
Originally posted 02/20/2003 10:00AM
He may not be the president of the United States, but he plays him every week on NBC's "The West Wing." And so, Martin Sheen will also take the helm Thursday in a TV commercial urging Americans to join a Feb. 26 "virtual march" on the nation's capital to oppose a war with Iraq.
Originally posted 06/28/2001 10:50AM
Saying that his duties on "The West Wing" prevent him from fighting a misdemeanor charge, the actor pled guilty and got probation and a fine.
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