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    The Hemi Q&A

  • The Hemi Q&A: Tracy Morgan
    The Hemi Q&A | Feb 2016

    The Hemi Q&A: Tracy Morgan

    A year and a half removed from the car crash that nearly killed him, the celebrated comedian is ready to get back on the road


  • The Hemi Q&A: Carol Burnett
    The Hemi Q&A | Jan 2016

    The Hemi Q&A: Carol Burnett

    This month, the foremother of sketch comedy gets her due with a SAG Lifetime Achievement award


  • The Hemi Q&A: Ron Howard
    The Hemi Q&A | Dec 2015

    The Hemi Q&A: Ron Howard

    The child actor turned Hollywood power player on not being pigeonholed as a director and on his new film, the great-white-whale epic “In the Heart of the Sea”


  • The Hemi Q&A: Sarah Silverman
    The Hemi Q&A | Nov 2015

    The Hemi Q&A: Sarah Silverman

    America’s most mischievous stand-up comedian channels her dark side in a game-changing dramatic role


  • The Hemi Q&A: Oprah Winfrey
    The Hemi Q&A | Oct 2015

    The Hemi Q&A: Oprah Winfrey

    The former Queen of Daytime TV says she ‘cannot ask another question about what color eye shadow a woman is wearing.’ This month, she tackles perhaps the deepest question of all.


  • The Hemi Q&A: Nick Nolte
    The Hemi Q&A | Sep 2015

    The Hemi Q&A: Nick Nolte

    The Oscar-nominated actor reflects on the grandeur of the Appalachian Trail, wrestling in Iowa as a child and an acting career spent portraying wild men


  • The Hemi Q&A: Jesse Eisenberg
    The Hemi Q&A | Aug 2015

    The Hemi Q&A: Jesse Eisenberg

    Actor, humorist, playwright, foster parent to homeless cats—is there anything this guy can’t do?


  • The Hemi Q&A: Anthony Bourdain
    The Hemi Q&A | Jul 2015

    The Hemi Q&A: Anthony Bourdain

    America’s favorite culinary bad boy talks about the scariest place he’s ever been, the last thing he’d ever eat and how a man who once hated celebrity chefs became the most famous one of all


  • The Hemi Q&A: James Taylor
    The Hemi Q&A | Jun 2015

    The Hemi Q&A: James Taylor

    The American folk music legend on how his classics can still transport him back to a specific time and place, and the joys of releasing a new album for the first time in more than a decade


  • The Hemi Q&A: Toni Morrison
    The Hemi Q&A | May 2015

    The Hemi Q&A: Toni Morrison

    The legendary novelist talks about her new book, what drives her to write and her relatively newfound love of rap music


  • The Hemi Q&A: Brian Grazer
    The Hemi Q&A | Apr 2015

    The Hemi Q&A: Brian Grazer

    The Hollywood mogul has picked the brains of some of the world’s brightest and most powerful people—including Barack Obama, Steve Jobs and Carl Sagan. Now, in his new book, A Curious Mind, he shares some of what he’s learned.


  • The Hemi Q&A: Neil deGrasse Tyson
    The Hemi Q&A | Mar 2015

    The Hemi Q&A: Neil deGrasse Tyson

    In his ongoing quest to bring science to the masses, America’s “rock star astrophysicist” is about to launch a late-night talk show


  • The Hemi Q&A: Al Pacino
    The Hemi Q&A | Feb 2015

    The Hemi Q&A: Al Pacino

    At age 74, more than 40 years into a career that has made him one of the most revered actors in history, Al Pacino still has the fire for his art, whether it’s in the new film The Humbling or onstage doing Shakespeare in his native New York City


  • The Hemi Q&A: Charlie Rose
    The Hemi Q&A | Jan 2015

    The Hemi Q&A: Charlie Rose

    The venerated talk show host has spent the better part of four decades asking questions of heads of state, titans of industry and A-list movie stars. Now, Hemispheres has a few questions for him.


  • The Hemi Q&A: Bette Midler
    The Hemi Q&A | Dec 2014

    The Hemi Q&A: Bette Midler

    The legendary star of stage and screen lives in a tony Manhattan penthouse filled with more than four decades’ worth of memorabilia from her career, but with a new album coming out and an active commitment to social causes, the Divine Miss M is a long way from Sunset Boulevard


  • The Hemi Q&A: Daniel Radcliffe
    The Hemi Q&A | Oct 2014

    The Hemi Q&A: Daniel Radcliffe

    As star of the Harry Potter series, Daniel Radcliffe amassed tens of millions of dollars and established himself as one of the world’s most recognizable actors. His future success, though, will depend on how well he can make the boy wizard disappear.


  • The Hemi Q&A: Erin Andrews
    The Hemi Q&A | Oct 2014

    The Hemi Q&A: Erin Andrews

    As Fox Sports’ new No. 1 sideline reporter for the NFL, this “blonde bombshell” is out to prove that she’s so much more


  • The Hemi Q&A: Heidi Klum
    The Hemi Q&A | Sep 2014

    The Hemi Q&A: Heidi Klum

    As the glamour industry bathes in the glow of the Milan, New York, London and Paris Fashion Weeks, supermodel Heidi Klum demonstrates that there can be life after the runway


  • The Hemi Q&A: James Franco
    The Hemi Q&A | Aug 2014

    The Hemi Q&A: James Franco

    There’s more to the movie star’s varied artistic and academic pursuits than you might think. For one thing, not letting the Internet define him


  • The Hemi Q&A: Jane Goodall
    The Hemi Q&A | Jul 2014

    The Hemi Q&A: Jane Goodall

    In 1960, the world’s foremost primatologist, ethologist and anthropologist got her start observing apes in Tanzania’s Gombe Stream National Park. Now 80, she’s Mother Nature’s greatest champion, and she still has a few lessons for the rest of us.


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