I’m sorry for my absentPublished on: 30 October, 2013 (0) Comments!
Oh wow, I can’t believe that I has been close to a year since my last post on this site.
My life has been and still is crazy busy, and I sadly haven’t had time to sit down and look at fansites or even check up on what sweet Debra Messing has been up to. Lucikly my friend Claudia have helped by taking a little care of the site, so it’s not more behind than it is. I will try and get it up-to-date again, but it will take me some time.
See you around.
Debra Messing on her iconic role: “I believe we will be be ‘Will’ and ‘Grace’ forever, until we die” (Video)Published on: 30 October, 2013 (0) Comments!
Following their heart-warming and entertaining interview on “Piers Morgan Live,” (airs 9p), actors Eric McCormack and Debra Messing were gracious enough to join Jason Kurtz in the show’s “Green Room” for an exclusive, behind-the-scenes chat.
Best-known for their iconic portrayals as the title characters in NBC’s hit comedy “Will & Grace,” the duo reflected on how quickly time has passed since the show captured America’s attention, and subsequently, its hearts:
“It feels like five years,” Messing tells Kurtz, the program’s Digital Producer. “Really, it’s insane that it’s been 15 years.”
15 years later, Will and Grace still make us laugh (Video)Published on: 30 October, 2013 (0) Comments!
Eric McCormack and Debra Messing, stars of the modern classic sitcom “Will and Grace,” sit down to celebrate the show’s 15th anniversary. Their chemistry is still just as it was in their first season, when the two best friends were “both lookin’ for a great guy.”
Interview: Eric McCormack and Debra Messing talk ‘Will & Grace’Published on: 30 October, 2013 (0) Comments!
One of television’s best loved couples “Will & Grace” reunited (sort of) this week in Hollywood – sort of. The show’s stars, Debra Messing and Eric McCormack attended The Television Academy’s event to honor television comedy director James Burrows. Burrows directed every episode of the hit NBC series that ran from 1998 to 2006. Both actors attributed the success of “Will & Grace” to Burrows, who they feel was a critical part of the show’s success.
Approaching a 40 year career in television, Burrows has helmed such multi-camera comedy classics as “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” “Cheers,” “Frasier,” “Taxi,” “The Bob Newhart Show” and “Friends,” as well as current hits “Two and a Half Men,” ‘The Big Bang Theory,” “Mike & Molly” and his newest series “The Millers.”
Classic TV Examiner was on hand at the event and chatted with McCormack and Messing about working with the 11- time Emmy winning Burrows.
Debra Messing “terribly anxious” about Broadway debutPublished on: 30 October, 2013 (0) Comments!
Debra Messing has never performed on the Broadway stage before, but that’s about to change very soon — and she’s quite anxious about it.
The actress, who rose to fame on TV’s “Will & Grace,” starts rehearsing next month for her co-starring role in “Outside Mullingar,” a romantic comedy from writer John Patrick Shanley.
“I play a quirky woman who lives on a farm next to an eccentric man,” the 45-year-old actress told CBSNews.com. “They’ve grown up together and it’s funny and it’s moving. It’s a great play. It’s the same playwright who wrote ‘Doubt’ — the play and the movie.”
Previews begin Jan. 2 at MTC’s Samuel J. Friedman Theatre in New York City, with opening night scheduled to start on Jan. 23 for the 11-week run.
This being Messing’s Broadway debut has her both excited and a little nervous.