From a truly hilarious New Republic piece on actor Alec Baldwin's reinvention of himself, a sample paragraph:
A certain dignity had always been denied him anyway, thanks mainly to the other Baldwin brothers: Daniel, Billy, and Stephen. (Stephen, the youngest, is the evangelical Christian and hardcore conservative that Republicans rejoice—or do they?—in seeing as their Baldwin.) Actors of less repute than Alec, they had a downright clownish gift for suggesting endless proliferation, "The Trouble With Tribbles"-style. Even today, what some people would give to see the Baldwin clan face off against the Kardashians in a revival of Seven Brides for Seven Brothers is beyond computing.