The Daily Beast talks with the Man Who Played Dubya about portraying presidents and murderers—and why he'll never work with his wife, Diane Lane.
Tom Tapp is the former West Coast Editor of The Daily Beast. He has been covering the entertainment industry for over a dozen years as an editor and writer, both online and in print. Before joining The Daily Beast, Tom Tapp created and ran Hollywood WireTap.com, which was named one of the 100 "Sites to Bookmark Now" by Entertainment Weekly before being sold to Hollywood Media Corporation.
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