(autobiography) "Cancer Schmancer" by Fran Drescher (2002)
2 Print Biographies |
6 Interviews |
9 Articles |
5 Pictorials |
7 Magazine Cover Photos |
5' 4½" (1.64 m)
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[on personally officiating at gay marriage ceremonies] It is our duty to recognize that injustice exists and shift national consciousness to correct that injustice. Marriage equality is our opportunity to uphold our constitutional values, to stretch beyond our comfort zone and mature into a better version of ourselves. It is only by example that we may continue to be a beacon of freedom for the ...
Earlier in her career, in an effort to get more roles as an actress, she once went to a professional to lose her nasal voice and thick New York accent. She was very successful in learning how to speak "normal", but couldn't get any work that way! By that point, people only wanted to hire if she used the "funny" voice. Meanwhile, it was the voice that made her famous years later.
Nasal voice with New York accent