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Adversity inspires actor Allen Leech

Inspiration comes from odd sources. For actor Allen Leech, who played the Irish chauffeur who worked his way into the family on "Downton Abbey," inspiration rose from what he calls "the depths of hell."

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Natalie Zea loves 'Detour' she has taken in her career

"The Detour" star Natalie Zea knew it was time for a change when over a one-week period she found herself sitting in a chair weeping with a gun pointed at her belly while the person threatening her and her ex-lover talked about what was to happen, and then in a completely different situation she was sitting in a chair sobbing while an ice pick was held to her head while the person threatening her and her ex-lover talked about what was happening.

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Actor Jeff Bridges describes moment mudslide hit his Montecito home

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A look at intensity of Thomas Fire and enormous smoke plume

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Watch a helicopter rescue from the Montecito mudslides

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Before & after: Caltrans removes 12 feet of mud, water from Highway 101

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Famous Chinese daredevil records his own death

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SLO firefighters helps clear Thomas Fire debris ahead of potentially dangerous storm

Showtime drama 'The Affair' films in Morro Bay

Actor Joshua Jackson, star of Showtime’s “The Affair,” was in Morro Bay, San Luis Obispo County, California, to shoot footage for Season 4 of the TV show.
Joe Johnston The Tribune
Showtime drama 'The Affair' films in Morro Bay 1:17

Showtime drama 'The Affair' films in Morro Bay

Watch trailer for 'The Interrogation Room' episode about SLO County killer Rex Krebs 1:18

Watch trailer for 'The Interrogation Room' episode about SLO County killer Rex Krebs

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Trailer: A Christmas Story Live!

This SLO County duo juggles — on unicycles. And they're competing on an ABC talent show 0:40

This SLO County duo juggles — on unicycles. And they're competing on an ABC talent show