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Hoffman, at 75, is a graduate again

9:38 PM, Dec. 26, 2012
Mark Ivanir, from left, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Catherine Keener, and Christopher Walken appear in a scene from the motion picture 'A Late Quartet.' (Gannett/Westend Films/File)
Mark Ivanir, from left, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Catherine Keener, and Christopher Walken appear in a scene from the motion picture 'A Late Quartet.' (Gannett/Westend Films/File)
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Dustin Hoffman blames Maggie Smith for putting a damper on his love life.

It seems that Downton Abbey, the British TV upstairs-downstairs sensation presided over by Smith's imperious Dowager Countess, is keeping the actor's wife of 32 years otherwise engaged at night.

"It has cost me a more fruitful sex life," says Hoffman, 75, of the addictive PBS series that returns for a third season Jan. 6. "Lisa has it on her computer. We get to bed, I give her an amorous look, she kisses me on the cheek, turns over and watches Downton Abbey." ...

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