“It was fantastic,” Graham shares, adding that she worked with series creator and star Larry David “almost exclusively” during her multi-episode arc. “There really is no greater joy than actually making Larry David laugh. And he really laughs hard.”
On Curb, which is slated to return this fall after a six-year-hiatus, the Bad Santa actress plays “someone who has very colorful language,” Graham teases. It was her first gig after wrapping Netflix’s Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life and, as she explains, “It was the perfect answer to ‘What do I do now?!’ because this character is completely not me at all. I speak in a way that I don’t speak ever.” (Given the legendary veil of secrecy that surrounds the HBO comedy, Graham is reticent to divulge much more than that.)
As previsouly announced here, Lauren was interviewed live on Facebook today, as part as The Envelope Emmy Contenders Series for The Los Angeles Times. She talked about her experience on Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.
In case you’ve missed it (or if you want to watch it again 😉) , here’s the video of the interview:
You’ll find very pretty portraits of Lauren for this event in our Gallery ❤️:
Sad news 🙁 TVline is reporting that Fox has opted not to move forward with Lauren’s comedy pilot “Linda from HR“:
Linda‘s fate was essentially sealed last week when the unconventional sitcom failed to secure a series order ahead of Fox’s upfront presentation. Network brass, however, said the pilot remained in contention for the 2017-18 season. That is no longer the case. And there are apparently no plans to shop Linda around to another network/outlet.
Bummer indeed, but thankful for all the fun we had. And it's always exciting to wonder what might be next…xL https://t.co/hjD7AotPGa
As announced last week, Lauren attended The Paley Honors Gala last night in New York! As usual, you’ll find pictures from the event in our Gallery so you can see by yourself how gorgeous Lauren looked last night 😍:
The Paley Honors: Celebrating Women in Television Presented by Verizon presented “critically acclaimed programs of historical importance, pay homage to creative female visionaries including actors, comedians, athletes and journalists, and feature iconic talent across generations recognizing the contributions of legacy stars and today’s most recognizable names.”
According to Lauren’s friend Sam Pancake, she and Tracee Ellis Ross presented Carol Burnett with an award:
Come back and check this post later, we’re currently building a special page with pics shared on social media, like these, shared by Lauren’s make-up artist and hairstylist (even though nothing can’t beat them 😍):
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