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 Elizabeth Perkins

Golden Globe and Emmy nominated actress Elizabeth Perkins has distinguished herself with an eclectic mix of roles over the span of her career. Her critically acclaimed performance in Weeds as Celia Hodes earned her Golden Globe and Emmy nominations in 2006 and 2007 for Best Supporting Actress. You can read more here!

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G.L.O.W. (2017)

A look at the personal and professional lives of a group of women who perform for a wrestling organization in Los Angeles.

Elizabeth Perkins as Birdie
Creator: Liz Flahive
Genre: Comedy | Drama | Sport
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CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM (2017)

The life and times of Larry David and the predicaments he gets himself in with his friends and complete strangers.

Elizabeth Perkins as -
Creator: Larry David
Genre: Comedy
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SHARP OBJECTS (2017)

A reporter confronts the psychological demons from her past when she returns to her hometown to cover a violent murder.

Elizabeth Perkins as Jackie
Creator: Marti Noxon
Genre: Drama | Thriller
Official × IMDb × Photos

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Elizabeth Perkins has been a busy actress for 20 years, but she says her current role is the one she’s always wanted.

She won an Emmy nomination for playing an off-the-wall suburban mom in the Showtime drama/comedy, “Weeds.”

When told by co-anchor Julie Chen on The Early Show Tuesday that she “was born to play Celia” (Perkins’ character in “Weeds”), Perkins responded with a chuckle, “Oh, thank you. I don’t know if that’s a compliment or not!”

Chen assured Perkins she did indeed intend for the remark to be a compliment.

“I think she’s (Celia’s) sort of insane, actually,” Perkins continued, with another chuckle.

“This show pushes a lot of buttons,” Perkins observed. “We go really far. You know, if there’s a boundary, we’re gonna cross it. If there’s an envelope, we’re gonna push it. And Celia’s pretty much politically incorrect in every decision that she makes, particularly in her relationship with her daughter, which is … pushing a lot of boundaries with eating disorders, with mothering issues. I would never talk to my daughter the way Celia talks to her daughter.”

Celia is always telling her 13-year-old daughter that she’s fat. Perkins’ real-life daughter is 15.

“This season, we go pretty far,” Perkins pointed out. “There’s a couple of episodes that are really intense.”

What makes Celia so out of control, so wild?

“I think Celia’s angry because she’s never — she knows she’s never gonna have the life she thinks they should have had. She’s never gonna have the husband she’s gonna be in love with for the rest of her life. She considers her daughter fat. Her other daughter is sent to juvenile hall. She’s not getting what she wants out of life, and she’s particularly not getting what she wants from Nancy Botwin, her friendship and love.”

Botwin is played by Mary-Louise Parker, and sells marijuana to continue in the lavish lifestyle to which she was accustomed before her wealthy husband died.

“In a lot of ways,” Perkins pointed out, “(the Botwin character is) making a societal statement. It would never occur to Nancy Botwin to downscale, to sell her mansion or cut her housekeeper back to one day a week or to sell her Land Rover or not buy $300 shirts. She’s doing what she has to to survive” in the manner she’s used to.”

The finale of this second season of “Weeds” airs Monday.

   
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The Woodstock Film Festival today began offering additional screenings of some of this weekend’s more popular movies with local ties: ”Fierce People” directed by Dutchess County resident Griffin Dunne & Stephanie Daley.

Fierce People, which stars Diane Lane, Donald Sutherland & Elizabeth Perkins will be shown at 9:15 p.m. Saturday at Upstate Films in Rhinebeck in addition to Friday’s 9 p.m. screening at the Catskill Mountain Foundation Theater in Hunter and Saturday’s 6:45 p.m. show at Upstate.

Film festival venues include Bearsville Theater, 261 Tinker St., Bearsville; Tinker Street Cinema, 132 Tinker St., Woodtstock; Upstate Films, 6415 Route 9, Rhinebeck; Catskill Mountain Foundation Theater, 7960 Main St., Hunter; and Rosendale Theatre, 330 Main St., Rosendale.

Tickets are no longer available online, but can be purchased at the Woodstock Playhouse, 103 Mill Hill Road, until 6 p.m. today, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday. Tickets may also be purchased directly at the theaters during their regular box office hours.

Standby tickets will be available for most events and screenings.

The Woodstock Film Festival opens Wednesday with a sneak preview of this year’s best short films, plus drinks and music by The Relatives beginning at 7 p.m. at the Bearsville Theater. It closes on Sunday with sold-out screenings of the Dixie Chicks documentary, “Shut Up and Sing.”

For more information and a full festival schedule, visitwww.woodstockfilmfestival.com.

   
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Inspirational words were in the air Monday night at the Geffen Playhouse in Westwood, all for the cause of curing autism.

There were Keith David and Richard Schiff remembering the dreams of Martin Luther King and Albert Einstein; Samantha Mathis and Talia Shire reliving the words of Amelia Earhart and Lucille Ball; James Denton, Christopher Gorham, Amanda Seyfried, Nita Whitaker, Don LaFontaine and Elizabeth Perkins breathing life into dream memories of Oprah Winfrey, Carl Jung, Christopher Reeve, Oscar Wilde, Stephen King and many, many others in the two-hour program.
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As the Goodyear blimp buzzed overhead, guests gathered on the field at the Rose Bowl as CBS celebrated its portion of the summer TV Critics Assn. press tour Saturday night.Stars, producers, execs and journos gathered under the lights of the stadium while the UCLA marching band serenaded them with renditions of popular hit songs. Grooving to the beat were CBS leader Leslie Moonves and his wife, “Early Show” co-host and “Big Brother” host Julie Chen; “Shark” star James Woods; “The Unit’s” Dennis Haysbert; and “Two and a Half Men’s” Charlie Sheen.

Also watching — or perhaps even taking part in — punt, pass and kick games on the Rose Bowl gridiron were “The Amazing Race” host Phil Keoghan; “How I Met Your Mother” star Jason Segal and exec producers Carter Bays and Craig Thomas.

Meanwhile, at the 30th-anniversary party for Showtime on Friday, network chairman-CEO Matt Blank toasted his own 30th year in pay cable. “I started at HBO in 1976, before moving over to Showtime 18 years ago,” Blank said. Coming off one of the cabler’s less hostile Q&As with the press during the biannual TCA tours, Blank said he’s stuck around for both the ups and the downs. “The thing about TV is tonight’s product didn’t exist yesterday. It’s always fresh in this business, and that really keeps me going.”

Showtime entertainment president Robert Greenblatt and thesps Elizabeth Perkins, Michael C. Hall, Michael Ealy and Oded Fehr were among the partygoers.

   
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