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In 1994, a show about a teenage girl came into our lives and changed them forever. While it was just as swiftly taken from us, My So-Called Life left an impact on television and on its viewers. As we near the show’s 21st birthday (Rayanne, you still should not be drinking) we thought we’d check in and see how the Chase family and friends have fared over the years. Spoiler: one of them is now a royal!
Claire Danes (Angela Chase)
We all know how Angela Chase herself turned out. Danes has enjoyed a successful career, including Emmy wins for Temple Grandin and Homeland. And our favorite angsty teen is now a mom! She and husband Hugh Dancy welcomed a son in 2012.
Bess Armstrong (Patty Chase)
As Patty, Angela’s mom who tried her best to navigate the minefield of life with a teenage daughter, Armstrong gave us all »
- Courtney Enlow
Even though Kevin Spacey is a two-time Oscar winner, he has lost all six of his Golden Globes bids for his work in film and television. He has two more chances this year as Best TV Drama Actor for "House of Cards" and in the top series race for producing that Netflix hit. Then there is Globes darling Claire Danes who has prevailed in all four of her previous bids. She won as a teenager for "My So-Called Life," then for the telefilm "Temple Grandin," and twice for "Homeland." She has is back in the race again this year for that Showtime drama. Below, a dozen more facts, stats and records regarding the film categories. After looking these over, be sure to make your last minute Globe predictions for both film and television by clicking here. -Break- Related: Complete list of 2014 Golden Globe TV winner predictions Double nominees People with »
2 items from 2015
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