For some celebrities, it is a way to be creative outside of their usual medium. (AP Photo)
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Topher Grace has added a lot of skills to his portfolio over the last few weeks.He officiated a wedding with "Shazam!" star Zachary Levi, and even tried telemarketing. He's doing it all for a new role, but it has nothing to do with acting: Instead, he's trying different things in his recently launched podcast called "Minor Adventures with Topher Grace". Grace is among the growing number of celebrities who are branching out to host their own podcasts. Notables including Lena Dunham, Chelsea Handler, Alyssa Milano, "Power's" Omari Hardwick and "Queer Eye" star Karamo Brown are among those who've launched their own approximately hour-long, weekly shows this year. Milano was looking for a way to bring attention to people who dedicate their lives to making change, but who aren't famous.
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