Helen Hunt

The "Mad About You" star's vehicle was struck at an intersection.
Helen Hunt is slated to direct the first episode of the limited series.
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The writer-director is gearing up for an on-screen resurgence, including, hopefully, a "Mad About You" revival.
“Mad About You” won multiple honors during its run between 1992 and 1999, with Helen Hunt taking home three Golden Globes and four Emmys.
Last week Helen Hunt, Noel Gallagher, Maria Bello, Michael Sheen, Juno Temple, Penelope Ann Miller, Jay R. Ferguson, Tahj Mowry, Dee Rees, Bruce McCulloch, Andre Braugher and Bethenny Frenkel joined HuffPost Live. Catch up on those conversations.
Oscar-winner Helen Hunt wrote, directed, and stars in "Ride," the story of an overprotective single mother from New York who follows her son to California and learns to surf.
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He'd get on the back of a jet ski and point that box at me while I surfed, or fell. While I surfed and screamed during the hardest year of my life. Sonny helped me put this thing on film: A story about a 50-year-old woman who's been through a really, really bad thing and loves the world anyway. He was the perfect person to do it.
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I have lived long enough to know that things that seem like the biggest pain to us are actually when growth is trying to happen. Pain should be held with wonder and with curiosity and not denied and suppressed. If a person has terrible angst, betrayal or hurt, they should take a step back and say, "What is trying to happen here? What do I need to learn here?" If the person can do this, they bring a positive energy to it that it can transform the situation into an important breakthrough.
In the film, Hunt plays a magazine editor who discovers her son has dropped out of college to become a surfer. Her character