‘Shape Of Water’ Actor Explains Makeup, Body Language And Bathroom Breaks

Doug Jones plays an amphibious fish man who strikes up a romance with a mute woman (played by Sally Hawkins) in The Shape of Water.

Doug Jones has made a career out of playing strange, otherworldly creatures. “I find the heart and soul of a character before I find his elbows and his hands,” he says.

(Image credit: Courtesy of Fox Searchlight/Twentieth Century Fox)

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It’s A Beautiful 50th Birthday For ‘Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood’

Fred Rogers rehearses the opening of his PBS show Mister Rogers

Fred Rogers debuted on national public television in 1968 and quickly became known for his deliberate manner of relating to children. “Every one of us longs to be in touch with honesty,” he once said.

(Image credit: Gene J. Puskar/AP)

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Episode 825: Who Started The Wildfire

Firefighter points their beam lights around a burnt area to check for damages.

After a wildfire, teams of investigators start combing the wreckage for clues. Finding the cause means, maybe, finding someone to pay. But where’s the line between a natural disaster and a human one?

(Image credit: Marcus Yam/LA Times via Getty Images)

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Episode 825: Who Started The Wildfire

Firefighter points their beam lights around a burnt area to check for damages.

After a wildfire, teams of investigators start combing the wreckage for clues. Finding the cause means, maybe, finding someone to pay. But where’s the line between a natural disaster and a human one?

(Image credit: Marcus Yam/LA Times via Getty Images)

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