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    Role: Dr. Judith
    Release Date: 2012
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    A grown man is still caught in the crossfire of his parents 15 year divorce. He discovers he was unknowingly part of a study on divorced children and is enlisted in a follow-up years later, which wreaks new havoc on his family.

    Wreck-It Ralph
    Sergeant Calhoun (voice)
    Release Date: Nov 2, 2012
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    The bad-guy character in a classic game who longs to be a hero brings trouble to his entire arcade after sneaking into a new first-person shooter game and unleashing a deadly enemy.

    Role: Sue Sylvester
    Currently on Air on FOX
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    A high-school Spanish teacher becomes the director of the school's Glee club, hoping to restore it to its former glory.

    Next episode:

    4x01 - ? - September 2012


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            Jane’s Interview on ‘Q with Jian Ghomeshi’

            You can listen to her interview by going here and scrolling down!

            Today, Jane Lynch was on on Q as part of our ongoing Queens of Comedy series.

            From roles in the movies Best in Showand The 40 Year Old Virgin, she’s parlayed her specialty — sharp-tongued, domineering yet oblivious characters — into mainstream success. She recently won both an Emmy and a Golden Globe for her work playing the caustic cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester onGlee.


            Jane’s Interview with Access Hollywood

            Jane talks about running into Kathy Griffith and how she’s going to make a cameo appearance on Glee!

            “I ran into Kathy at the airport [and] she said, ‘Give me [show co-creator] Ryan [Murphy’s] e-mail address – I want to thank him for giving me a spot on ‘Glee,’” Jane Lynch — who plays hard-as-nails cheerleading coach on the hit show — told Access’ Laura “Dish of Salt” Saltman of the future guest star, at the Independent Spirit Awards Gift Lounge in Santa Monica on Saturday. “I’m like, ‘You’re kidding!’ She’s playing one of the judges at regionals and I don’t want to give away what she’s playing but… it’s not at all who you’d think of.

            “It’s a Tea Party candidate… she’s amazing,” Jane continued, excitedly. “She wears this very Sarah Palin outfit and she’s very righteous… She’s pretty amazing in it!”

            While Kathy may be “amazing” in her cameo, will she be able to impersonate the former Vice Presidential candidate better than “Saturday Night Live” alum Tina Fey?

            “I don’t think anyone can out-Tina, Tina Fey in the Sarah Palin department,” Jane laughed. “But Kathy Griffin puts her stamp on her own Sarah Palin character, so it’s great.”

            In addition to playing TV’s biggest bully on an award-winning series, Jane is in the process of penning a memoir in which she’ll open up about very personal battles from her past.

            “I’m in the process of writing [my book] – it’s been announced and everything, so I guess I’ve got to get it done,” Jane told Laura. “My wife is helping me a lot. We’re sitting down and it’s just really been an amazing thing. We’re going through pictures and kind of seeing how I walked through life and hoping that it will help somebody else basically.”

            “What will we learn about you that we don’t know?” Laura asked the actress.

            “I’m an alcoholic,” Jane, who no longer drinks, said. “I’m a perfectionist. I’m a control freak. But, I have a lot of awareness around it these days because now I’m 50 years old and I’m supposed to have awareness. So hopefully I have a story to tell to the fellow control freaks out there!”

            For Jane, hitting the five-decade mark has been sheer joy – bringing with it wisdom, love, a dream job — and she’s having “the time of her life.”

            “I’m a mother — I have a 9-year-old child that [I] just inherited and an 11-year-old I just inherited and [I am in] this wonderful marriage to this wonderful woman,” Jane told Laura of her June 2010 marriage to psychologist Lara Embry.

            “I’m on the show of a lifetime, in the role of a lifetime, working with people I adore,” she raved. “And yeah, I wake up every day going, ‘REALLY?!’”

            Jane previously worked with Charlie Sheen for six years (playing his therapist on “Two and a Half Men”), but said she doesn’t have any advice for the embattled actor because everyone has to “find their own way.”

            “It’s sad. I really don’t even know what to say about it,” Jane told Laura of CBS’ decision to cancel the remainder of the current season of “…Men.” “I feel really bad. I feel bad for everybody.”


            Jane Praises Lea Michele!

            Jane is so nice and gracious!  She has been quoted talking about Lea Michele.  Here’s what she said:

            “I’m not a part of the original music, but I saw both songs performed, it’s the Regional’s episode,” dished Lynch, always perky (in a pantsuit). “The songs are amazing, they really are fantastic.”

            Still, Jane says that it’s Ms. Michele who blew her away the most.

            “Lea sings them like nobody’s business,” continued Jane. “The whole group does a great job, but Lea, of course, is singing lead and she’s amazing.”

            Oh, come on, she’s not always that totally fabulous, is she?

            “She’s a sweetheart,” Jane replied emphatically, when we asked about those pesky diva rumors. “She’s just the best.”

            Hmm. You know what, we might even choose to believe the bitchin’ babe who plays Sue.

            The Golden Globe and Emmy winner ‘fessed she’s really looking forward to some down time in the coming months.

            “When we go on break I’m actually going to have a break.”

            We also asked how much longer Sue Sylvester will be sticking around (these kids are about to hit college, after all).

            Said Lynch:

            “I’m just gonna go with it! Every week I love seeing what I get, Ryan Murphy has taken me all over the place, in terms of what I get to do, and the relationships I get to have.”

            Love Glee, but if Jane goes, we go. She makes the friggin’ show! Well, her and Lea. You know we give credit when credit is due!