Monday, December 10, 2012

NEWS ROUNDUP: Linda Gray Talks Larry Hagman; The Year TV Broke Out In Song

Ariel Winter’s Mother to Sue Publicist, ONE LIFE TO LIVE photos involved
According to gossip website, Chrisoula "Chrystal" Workman (mother of MODERN FAMILY star Ariel Winter and OLTL alum Shanelle Workman) has sent a cease and desist letter to the publicist despite admitting she sent him scantily clad pictures of Shanelle. The letter reportedly warns Jonathan to stop "making false and defamatory statements" because, "Ms. Workman never represented to Mr. Hay that nude pictures existed of her daughter Shanelle." However, the letter later admits that Chrisoula admits sending him two revealing pictures of Shanelle, but she says she found them on the Internet and they were not private because they were taken at a cast party for ONE LIFE TO LIVE - which Shanelle once appeared in - by a professional photographer.

Trevor St. John & Gina Tognoni film, In The Family, opened in San Diego this weekend
In The Family is the story of one man’s struggle to retain custody of a child, Chip, he shared with another man who passed away following a car accident. The film stars Patrick Wang (who also directed the film) as Joey and ONE LIFE TO LIVE alum Trevor St. John as Cody.

ALL MY CHILDREN alum Walt Willey hosting acting class in Jackson
Willey wqs back in Jackson this weekend to meet with local students and lead an acting workshop. Other events he planned to lead — including his one-man show “Walt Willey's Wild Bill! An Evening with James Butler Hickok” have been postponed until Jan. 18-19 due to a recent flu outbreak.

Fox Sets Premiere Date, Cast (including Antonio Sabato Jr.) For Celebrity Diving Special
Fox has slotted its STARS IN DANGER: THE HIGH DIVE two-hour reality special for Wednesday January 9. Antonio Sabato Jr. and Alexandra Paul are among the celebrities participating.

The year TV broke out in song
From MAD MEN's "Zou Bisou Bisou" to NASHVILLE's "Wrong Song," here are 12 numbers from 2012 will never forget.
1. "If I Didn't Know Better"

AMC Picks Up Alex Winter’s Militia Pitch
Tentatively titled RIGHTS OF BILL, the show centers on a Sheriff who forms his own militia in Wisconsin, becoming both the law and an outlaw simultaneously.

Y&R alum Tonya Lee Williams a guest at Nile's Diaspora International Film festival (NDIFF)
"I feel so happy to be here. Uganda is great," a smiling Williams announced amid wild excitement from the audience. "I am going to be with you for over six days."

Williams, a Canadian actress based in Hollywood, went on to make a brief speech, and had photo opportunities with her fans.

"Great movies are made of great stories which Uganda has in abundance. Africans are natural-born storytellers and this gives us an advantage," she said, explaining she had to postpone a movie shoot back in Hollywood to come and support her friends.

Linda Gray remembers DALLAS co-star and best friend Larry Hagman

1 comment:

  1. Good for Tonya Lee Williams who has been in a number of international film festivals over several years. She was recently feature in that web series Cybergeddon with Olivier Martinez and I hope to see her on another screen (big or small, PC or tablet) sometime soon.