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Brenda Strong: “Supporting Women Who are in Need of Care via Planned Parenthood is Important”

Emmy-nominated actress, Brenda Strong, is no stranger to Hollywood. Since making her first television appearance on the popular 80’s hospital drama “St. Elsewhere,” the Oregon native has continued to grace our screens for the last three decades appearing in over 100 film and television roles. Best known for her role as Mary Alice Young in […]

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Jen Kirkman Talks Comedy and Growing Into Yourself

You may know Jen Kirkman from a variety of places, from her regular appearances on shows like “Chelsea Lately” and “Drunk History” to her best-selling books and hit stand-up specials. Her latest special, “I’m Gonna Die Alone (And I Feel Fine),” was adapted from her Netflix performance into her third comedy album, out today. Kirkman’s style of comedy […]

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Horror icon Caroline Williams talks ‘Texas Chainsaw 2,’ ‘ Sharknado 4’, and her return to acting

Horror icon Caroline Williams, best known for her character Stretch in the 1986 classic “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2,” has been a staple in the horror culture for over 30 years. Acting in cult classics including “Leprechaun 3,” “Leatherface,” and Rob Zombie’s “Halloween 2” — her dedication to her characters has made Williams the go-to actress […]

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Merle Dandridge: From Military Kid to Greenleaf’s Prodigal Daughter

Merle Dandridge has had a shining career on stage and on screen since the early ’90s. Starting out in the Chicago theater scene, Dandridge moved on up to Broadway, acting in “Jesus Christ Superstar,” “Rent,” and “Spamalot.” Her talents have even graced the gaming world, lending her voice to many award winning video games including […]

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Sandra Bernhard: An Artist in Comedy

Inspirer is celebrating inspirational and influential women in film with in-depth interviews. This project will share the stories behind the trailblazers and pioneers who paved the way for females in the arts. Sandra Bernhard is an iconic comedian who’s career has spanned nearly 40 years. Her mix of singing and “in-your-face” monologue comedy has continued […]

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Lea DeLaria Talks ‘Orange is the New Black’ and Diversity in Television

Inspirer is celebrating inspirational and influential women in film with in-depth interviews. This project will share the stories behind the trailblazers and pioneers who paved the way for females in the arts.  Lea DeLaria is having a moment. With a multi-faceted career that spans multiple decades as an actor, comedian, and jazz musician, DeLaria is […]

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Elisabeth Rohm Talks ‘The Last Ship,’ Blogging About Infertility, and How CPR Can Save Lives

Inspirer is celebrating inspirational and influential women in film with in-depth interviews. This project will share the stories behind the trailblazers and pioneers who paved the way for females in the arts.  Elisabeth Rohm is known for many things; playing strong women on hit shows and advocating for heart health with the American Heart Association […]

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Jamie-Lynn Sigler on Her Secret Battle With MS: “Asking for help is noble”

Inspirer is celebrating inspirational and influential women in film with in-depth interviews. This project will share the stories behind the trailblazers and pioneers who paved the way for females in the arts.  When actress Jamie-Lynn Sigler was first diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) 15 years ago, it came as a shock. She was 20 years […]

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Rachel Boston on Animal Advocacy, The Gentle Barn, and Hallmark Film “Stop the Wedding”

Inspirer is celebrating inspirational and influential women in film with in-depth interviews. This project will share the stories behind the trailblazers and pioneers who paved the way for females in the arts.  You may know Rachel Boston from popular television shows like “Witches of East End” and “In Plain Sight,” but what you might not […]

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