Phoebe Cates - Wikipedia
Here, Leigh and her friend and former co-star Phoebe Cates go back to where it all I was nervous to meet you because you were so beautiful, but then in two CATES: Tell me about White Boy Rick and the kid they cast. Phoebe Belle Cates (born July 16, ) is a former American film actress, singer and model In , she starred in the TV mini-series Lace, based on a novel which she went out to her first night in Studio 54 with family friend Andy Warhol. eventually went to Meg Tilly) in The Big Chill, Cates met actor Kevin Kline for. Phoebe Cates, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Alan Cumming, and Jane Adams in The Anniversary You are Sally Nash, and you're my best friend for twenty years.
Phoebe Cates: Sophia Gold
More recently, the year-old, Oscar-nominated actress has brought to life an addict mother who turns a blind eye to her abusive husband in the TV miniseries Patrick Melrose and an FBI agent in cahoots with a teenage drug kingpin in the upcoming crime drama White Boy Rick.
Here, Leigh and her friend and former co-star Phoebe Cates go back to where it all started—inat Ridgemont High. Are you in the study? Did you just come from yoga? Tell me about your kitchen. You loved the yellow! I have to text you the pictures of the color. It would be good to point out that you and I never talk about work. I remember liking you immediately—feeling comfortable around you immediately—because you were so direct.
I was nervous to meet you because you were so beautiful, but then in two seconds I forgot about your beauty. I knew you were a person I wanted to hang out with all the time because you were so funny and with-it and smart and savvy, and a little bit evil— CATES: A little bit evil?
I remember I asked you about nudity, because I was really nervous about doing it. Shirt by AG Jeans.The One With The Flashback - Monica & Phoebe
Vintage Jeans from Scout. It was right after Single White Female .
I had a little dough for the first time, and I wanted my mom to write a screenplay. Then we went around trying to raise the money for it.
As shy as I am, and as socially awkward as I am, I was always the one in the room who did the pitch. I had done that play with him at Lincoln Center, and he was so excited to meet you. I feel like that might have gotten him on board. I remember him walking around the set of Georgia, picking up magazines or bits of trash, and moving them ever so slightly.
But it made such a difference. How many times did you work with Bob? I feel like it was three or four? The first thing I did with him was Short Cuts . I hesitate to put the words neurotic or insecure in front of all any one of these, because everyone in the movie fits that description. The Altman connection is more deliberate than I'd originally thought.
Parker and the Vicious Circle. Here's where it gets interesting, though: Turner and Badiyi are the parents of Mina Badie, Leigh's half-sister who now almost steals the show from all these seasoned actors in AP.
And Another Thing Quipped one very sharp-tongued journalist on the scene at the Leigh-Cumming party, apropos of Cates' seven-year absence from the screen: I think every Hollywood actor should take a seven-year break, don't you?
Bloomberg is on the table in a funeral parlor.
The Anniversary Party () - Phoebe Cates as Sophia Gold - IMDb
He is quite dead, and bloated. A worker from the home is busy draining the fluids from his body and embalming him. Bloomberg is Jewish, which means, generally, that he would not be embalmed.
He is also in a non-Jewish funeral home. Is it a mistake?
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Seems hard to believe. Certainly, he knows what he's doing, yes? Indeed, it turns out that Mr.
Bloomberg is Alan Ball's revenge on a real person: Ball's show, Oh Grow Up, last year. Ball is not ready to confirm this, but privately production people agree that is why the terribly disfigured character is so named.
At last, a writer gets his revenge. Six Feet Under, which begins a run in June, is often gruesome.