Julia Ormond

For smoke gets in Betty's eyes, preventing her from seeing and thinking clearly, like her decision to leave her three children
This past Sunday my husband and I ventured to the Honda Center in Anaheim, California for the Dalai Lama's 80th Birthday celebration. The Dalai Lama holds a special place in my heart because it was just a few years ago that my father and I were visiting San Diego.
With gripping storylines, women showing that heroism can start from within and be a guiding light, and the steadfast fanbase who are proving each day that their fight for another season will not be deterred, Witches of East End continues to cast an internationally powerful spell on viewers.
Catch the full HuffPost Live conversation with Julia Ormond below. Ormond joined HuffPost Live on Thursday to discuss her
Actress Julia Ormond chatted with HuffPost Live host Ricky Camilleri on Thursday, July 17, about her role in the 1995 classic
Both Witches of East End and Sleepy Hollow provide a hellacious and scintillating viewing experience that will leave you unhinged and craving for more. Sinfully scary with a touch of sweetness is just the right mixture to allow for a frighteningly good time.
"Witches of East End" premieres Sun., Oct. 6 at 10 p.m. ET on Lifetime. Check out a description of the series below and hit
In 1987 there was a quirky film titled "The Witches of Eastwick." It starred Jack Nicholson, Cher, Michelle Pfeiffer and
Get ready to meet the "Witches of East End." The newest Lifetime drama, inspired by Melissa de la Cruz's New York Times best-selling novel of the same name, will premiere on Sunday, October 6 at 10 p.m. ET, just in time for Halloween.
The newest Lifetime drama, inspired by Melissa de la Cruz's New York Times best-selling novel of the same name, will premiere
Lindsay Lohan is serving a 90-day rehab sentence on lockdown, so she may not be able to spend Mother's Day with mom Dina
"We've been thrilled about 'Witches of East End' and its powerful premise since the moment we bought the property," Rob Sharenow
Julia Ormond is one of the "Witches Of East End." The actress, who recently appeared in "Mad Men," will star in the hourlong
This episode is haunted by phantoms of both the characters and the series, exposing the existence of everyone's double life.
When I grow up, I want to be Julia Ormond. Not the unsatisfied booze-swilling character she plays on Mad Men but the woman herself. A woman who appears comfortable in her own skin, even as she ages.
After a few weeks of episodes dominated by stagey set pieces driven by forced plotting, entertaining though it was, Mad Men is back to its more customary approach of organic storytelling.
It's so sad (and Moss is so great) as you can see Peggy's hopes dashed across her face while she sits there smiling. She keeps herself together and says yes anyone to this second-rate proposal -- ironically getting to say 'I do,' only when asked if she'd like to eat.
"Mad Men" (Sundays at 10 p.m. ET on AMC) has had plenty of wild parties this season, but this past Sunday's episode, "At
One of Michael's favorite students, Jason (Chris Bert), is having problems - indeed, though he's invaluable to Michael as
Marilyn Monroe may have been the original superstar, from the era when such mega stardom was invented. Her public and private persona remains infinitely fascinating.