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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.

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    4x01 - ? - September 2012


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            Wreck It Ralph: Official Trailer

            Jane Lynch narrates a new video – featuring a candid interview with President Obama

            Jane Lynch narrates a new video—featuring a candid interview with President Obama—about the progress LGBT Americans have made over the last three and a half years.


            Jane Lynch on Access Hollywood Live – May 17, 2012

            A Moment of Glee: Matthew & Jane on Swapping Will & Sue’s Wardrobe

            Interviews from May 1st – TV Academy Special Screening Of “Glee”



            Jane Lynch on Rachel Maddow (MSNBC)


            Jane Lynch on Piers Morgan Tonight

            This evening “Piers Morgan Tonight” welcomes comedian, actress, and singer Jane Lynch to the program, for a heartfelt and revealing primetime exclusive.

            Joining Piers Morgan for a face to face sit down, the openly gay “Glee” star reveals her reaction to Barack Obama’s recently-voiced support of gay marriage:

            “It’s just nice to hear that the guy who’s sitting at the – in the big chair in the big white house believes – supports me and my family.”

            Recently recognized as one of the “10 Amazing Gay Women in Showbiz” by POWER UP films, Lynch married her wife Lara in 2010, and together they have two daughters. Asked about facing bigotry and homophobia, Lynch’s response features candor and humor:

            “If there’s anything wrong with me, it has nothing to do with my orientation,” she tells the host. “I’ve got a lot of flaws. But being gay isn’t one of them.”

            Watch the clip, and listen to the interview, then tune in this evening at 9 p.m. as Lynch explains the phase in her life when she behaved exactly like her Glee character, Sue Sylvester.



            Jane Lynch on CBS This Morning

            Jane Lynch on acting career, Obama backing same-sex marriage

            Jane Lynch has taken the acting world by storm with her roles in movies like “The 40 Year old Virgin” and television shows like “Glee.” She stops be “CBS This Morning” to talk about her new book and her enthusiasm for President Obama.


            Lynch “Moved” by Obama’s same-sex marriage stance

            (CBS News) Actress Jane Lynch recently weighed in on President Obama’s announcement of support for same-sex marriage. She thanked him, via Twitter, for the dignity that the words brought her and her family.

            Lynch married clinical psychologist Lara Embry in 2010, and shares in the parenting of Embry’s 10-year-old daughter, Haden.

            “I don’t take the debate about gay rights personally sometimes,” Lynch said. “And I took this… I really felt it. It really moved me. It touched me.”

            Lynch has won a Golden Globe, Emmy, Screen Actors Guild and a People’s Choice Award. But not everyone thought the “Glee” star had what it takes to be a successful actress. When she was a teenager, she received a rejection letter from Universal Studios that said she needed more professional training.

            “I think that was kind of a snotty letter,” she said. “But I took as being, ‘It’s on Universal letterhead!’ I was so thrilled! But it was basically… crushing the dreams of a 14-year-old on the south side of Chicago. But, I of course, did not take heed. It kept me going.”

            It’s one of the stories in her best-selling memoir, “Happy Accidents,” now out in paperback.

            Lynch said acting was in her blood. She said her father had crazy sayings and would sing all day long.

            “I do it now,” she said. “I am the walking incarnation of my father. My dad is this Irish-Catholic cut-up. He loved being on stage. He use to do the church shows. He would have been a vaudevillian, if he had been brought up back then.”

            Lynch’s mom tried to more tempered approach to the young actress’ dream. She once told her that not everybody is cut out to be an actress.

            “I cried from the depth of my soul,” Lynch said.

            Lynch and her mother laughed about the moment in the years since.


            Season Finale next week: 3×22 Promo “Goodbye”

            Upcoming TV appearances

            CBS This Morning – will air today
            Piers Morgan Tonight – will air today
            Rachel Maddow MSNBC – will air tomorrow


            As soon as videos are online I’m going to post them here! :)


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