Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Prevention Magazine hosted a beautiful cocktail party at the Montage Beverly Hills Honoring four fantastic, charitable women in Hollywood---Joely Fisher, Marcia Gay Harden, Lisa Paulson, and Melissa Rosenberg. Joining Joely were her husband, Chris Duddy, Connie Stevens, Lainie Kazan., Deanna Lund, Frances Davis, Tricia Leigh Fisher and her husband Byron Thames, Greg Gugliatta, John Carrabino, Helen Cavallo, Leslie Dintzer, Stephanie and Volker Schramm, and Jane Berliner, head of Save the Children.
Lesley Ann Warren was feted by the Paley Center for Media on the 45th anniversary of the airing of her iconic "Cinderella." Charles Dubin, the show's director was also there and it was a thrilling evening. Letters were read to Lesley from Lee Daniels of "Precious," and Rob Marshall of "Chicago" and "Nine" expressing their love for her and how her performance has permanently influenced their lives. Lesley's husband, Ron Taft, mother Margo, brother Richard, daughter-in-law Daniella Peters, and "In Plain Sight" creator/exec prod David Maples were all there cheering for her. Congratulations, Lesley!!!!! AND HOW YOUNG AND GORGEOUS DOES SHE LOOK????!!!!!
Our dear friend Julie Araskog is "temporarily" leaving Los Angeles to go to law school at Notre Dame in South Bed. This is a really big deal, because Julie is "going for it" in her 40s. She got accepted and some of the most prestigious law schools in the country, and she's going to specialize in human rights law. It wasn't good enough for Julie to give time and money to help people. Now she'll be able to take their cases and change lives. Her going away party in the private room of Mr. Chow was a true love fest. Sending Julie off with love were Linda Thompson, Natalie Cole, Tracy Danza, Danielle Del, Kimberly Emerson, Alexandra Dwek, Irena Medavoy, Laurie Holden (who also got accepted to Columbia) Anne Kopelson, Barbara Davis, Kathy Hilton, Lauren King, Dagny Dubelko, Cheryl Woodcock, Donna Antebi, Joanie Alrich, Pam McMahon, et. al. Enjoy the photos......
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
Lynn is really talented, and it's rare for a woman to write, produce and direct her own film. The fact that we sing Carols together each Christmas Eve does not influence my desire to help her! It's a terrific movie starring Alfred Molina.
THE LITTLE TRAITOR
STARRING ALFRED MOLINA
WRITTEN, PRODUCED AND DIRECTED BY LYNN ROTH
Movies at Delray - Delray Beach Florida
Maple Art Cinema- Detroit
Spectrum 8- Albany, New York
Landmark La Jolla Village Cinema- California
Opening today June 4th at the Edina Cinema, Minneapolis
Opening June 11th Renaissance Place Cinema in Chicago