But this past year was the culmination of a lot of things in my life: coming back home [after leaving TV’s Private Practice], doing Porgy and Bess and getting remarried.
I took a step back and realized, “Oh, I have a lot to say.” From that point, everything came together very quickly.
(Mc Donald does double duty, hosting as well as headlining her concert on Live From Lincoln Center.) chatted with the popular star about her musical taste, her love of Twitter and how she juggles life with husband Will Swenson (who opened on May 21 in Murder Ballad) and kids Zoe, Bridger and Sawyer.
You’ve said that your beautiful new album Go Back Home felt especially personal. It was an album that took me a long to do because I felt like I didn’t have anything to say.
She also made appearances on television shows such as The Patty Duke Show, Hill Street Blues, All in the Family, Head of the Class, Remington Steele, The Sopranos and Grey's Anatomy, among others. Allen and divorced and remarried to politician Herbert Harris, Allen has no children.
was just released and it puts director Ava Du Vernay‘s visually stunning work on display!
The Batiste family is headed by charming doctor Louis.
Though he is married to beautiful Roz, he has a weakness for attractive female patients. See full summary » A plantation owner's son falls in love with a slave named Easter and together they have a Mixed race daughter named Queen.
Allen won the Tony Award, for Best Featured Actress in a Play for And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little, she had two prior Tony nominations, including one for Best Featured Actress in Damn Yankees in 1955 and for the same category in Traveller Without Luggage in 1967.
Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon, and Mindy Kaling star in the film alongside newcomer Storm Reid.
The story is based on Madeleine L’Engle’s timeless classic, which takes audiences across dimensions of time and space, examining the nature of darkness versus light and ultimately, the triumph of love.
As Queen grows up, she faces the struggle of trying to fit into ...
See full summary » After moving to Chicago's South Side in the 1950s, a black family struggles to deal with poverty, racism, and inner conflict as they strive for a better life.