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Hey, isn't that...?: Amy Ryan; Ian Somerhalder

Amy Ryan, 2010. (AP/Peter Kramer)
  • Amy Ryan strolling along M Street in West End on Wednesday afternoon -- jeans, black top, and her baby daughter. The Oscar-nominated character actress (oh, you'd totally recognize her, even if you couldn't come up with the name) was in town for an AFI screening of her new movie, "Jack Goes Boating."
  • Ian Somerhalder walking out onto 15th Street NW from -- hey, that's our building! The actor (memorably killed off the first season of "Lost," later of "The Vampire Diaries") is an energy-policy geek in his downtime and turned out for a Washington Post-organized conference on the topic. Skinny gray suit, skinny tie, hipster bangs, apparently totally comfortable in an executive-filled room.

By The Reliable Source  | September 24, 2010; 1:01 AM ET
Categories:  Hey, Isn't That...?  
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