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Margo Martindale still remembers the moment she decided she wanted to be a screen actress.
“When I left University of Michigan, I went to Harvard to act in a play at Threepenny Opera with Christopher Reeve,” the actress recently told IndieWire. “I remember sitting on the campus of Harvard, sitting under a tree and a light hit me in such a way. I was just thinking and I thought, ‘That’s what I’d like to do.'”
It may sound a bit like divine intervention, but Martindale had long been thinking about making the jump from stage acting, something she had done since she was just a kid, to the big screen. The Texas native knows the story sounds a little funny, but she delivers it with such conviction that it’s hard to deny. And she »
- Kate Erbland
Recently, CBS dropped the new promo/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "The Young And The Restless" February 1st, 2016 episode, and it delivers new looks at some very interesting and high drama stuff as important intel is revealed. Some girl is spotted crying her eyes out in the hospital. Poor thing. We also see some confrontation action, and more! A few spoilers for the week of February 1st, read like this: Dr. Anderson will get exposed, but there will be a new mystery surrounding her. Dr. Anderson is going to manipulate Sharon into believing that Sage has set her sights on Sully. Sharon will end up asking Dr. Anderson to increase her medication because she is stressed. Dr. Anderson is going to tell Sharon she is well and doesn't need her medication anymore. Sharon may be headed for a major fall, and this will concerns Nick. Sharon will get disturbed »
2 items from 2016
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