In the world of fake obituaries, a celeb never gets to choose quite how he goes out. So two years ago, after he'd established himself as a solid filmmaker and memorable TV star, "Scrubs" actor Zach Braff may have been quite perturbed to see a bogus report circling the web that he'd killed himself. To his credit, Braff spoofed the report - he posted a video to his Facebook page addressing the premature obit - but the "Garden State" director's ego may have taken a hit. In the video, Braff expressed a mock-level of regret that more of his fans didn't "like" his Facebook post announcing he hadn't committed suicide.
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Ed Kashi describes the highs and the lows of working as a photojournalist, and shares his belief that a photographer's greatest work comes from the iss... More Ed Kashi describes the highs and the lows of working as a photojournalist, and shares his belief that a photographer's greatest work comes from the issues he or she genuinely cares about. Learn more about Ed Kashi and his work: http://proof.nationalgeographic.com/2013/11/07/ed-kashi-on-the-greatest-work-youll-do/.
Date 13-12-06, Duration 2:17, Views 3912
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