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Jennifer Carpenter

  1. casting couch
    Jennifer Carpenter Joins Vince Vaughn for Brawl in Cell Block 99The next thriller from the writer and director of Bone Tomahawk.
  2. acting
    Debra Downer: The Cry Faces (and Hands) of Dexter’s Depressive SisterJennifer Carpenter can do more than curse.
  3. video
    Watch Two Teasers for the Final Season of DexterWill Dexter survive?
  4. last night on late night
    Tracy Morgan the GrinchPlus: Adam Pally gave Casey Wilson an apology helmet for the concussion, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
  5. chat room
    Dexter’s Jennifer Carpenter on the Season-Seven PremiereSpoilers ahead.
  6. slideshow
    See All the Red-Carpet Looks From the SAG AwardsFrom the cast of Moneyball to Glee, check out last night’s Red Carpet at the SAG Awards.
  7. chat room
    Dexter’s Jennifer Carpenter: ‘It’s Harder and Harder to Justify’ Deb Not Realizing Her Brother Is a Killer“Why wouldn’t she for once find out where he’s disappearing to?”
  8. stage dive
    Stage Dive: Off Broadway’s Streak of ViolenceCharacters in plays are an actuarial nightmare
  9. splits
    Dexter’s Michael C. Hall and Jennifer Carpenter Getting DivorcedCarpenter plays Hall’s foster sister on the show.
  10. chat room
    Dexter’s Jennifer Carpenter on Her Favorite Debra Morgan Swears“I was just home for Thanksgiving and I caught myself cursing three times. It was so embarrassing.”
  11. See all the Emmy Red Carpet LooksEveryone who’s anyone, and anyone who’s dressed.
  12. new york fugging city
    Fug Girls: Red-carpet Hits and Misses at the EmmysKristin Chenoweth nailed it. Kyra Sedgwick? Not so much.
  13. on the red carpet
    Color Wins on the SAG Awards Red CarpetFrom Eva Longoria-Parker in peach to Freida Pinto rocking periwinkle, the rainbow ruled.
  14. golden globes
    Red-carpet Looks from the Golden GlobesA megaslideshow featuring all the red-carpet looks from the Golden Globes.
  15. equal rites
    Tomorrow: A Day Without GaysAre you going to call in gay tomorrow, in support of marriage equality in California?
  16. Back of the House
    Ov-er-ra-ted! (Clap-Clap-ClapClapClap) The Post returned to an evergreen feature idea today, every editor’s best friend: the “overrated” list. Since our philosophy has always been to slavishly ape the Post in every way short of peppering our posts with the phrase “tot-slay suspect,” we thought we might add a few of our own. Since the Post didn’t limit itself to specific dishes at specific restaurants, we won’t either. Here are a few things that we find ourselves less than overawed with these days.
  17. intel
    Moving an Upper East Side Wine Institution Think moving is a pain? Try doing it with 60,000 bottles of wine. That’s what the venerable Sherry-Lehmann Wine & Spirits shop did this weekend when they left their famous Madison Avenue space for new digs on Park Avenue and 59th Street (it’ll open tomorrow). Just before the big day, we chatted with owner Michael Aaron about the store’s history in hooch. “Andy Warhol used to come by all the time,” Aaron said. “When he designed the Mouton-Rothschild label for the 1975 vintage, we put the bottles on display. I called Andy and said, ‘Please stop by, because the bottles are so fantastic-looking.’”