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If the pastel cottages and eggshell white chapels of Seaside seem too quaint to be real, that was part of the plan. While the land for the “old-fashioned beach town” project was purchased in 1946, building didn’t begin in earnest until the 1970s. The town looks like such a step back in time to Norman Rockwell-era, idyllic America that it served as the set for the Jim Carrey hyper-reality movie “The Truman Show.”

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The man who was counting on a reality show about Joe Exotic being his "retirement fund," but instead ended up with ashes is these days looks to be living a low-key life.

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Keshia Knight Pulliam played youngest daughter Rudy from ages 5 to 13 when the show ended. She went on to appear in movies and TV shows like "House of Payne," "Beauty Shop" and "Madea Goes to Jail" as well as reality shows like "Fear Factor," "Celebrity Apprentice" and "Celebrity Big Brother."

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