June Diane Raphael
“Our democracy is crumbling before my very eyes. And if this motherf**ker can do it, why can't I?” June Diane Raphael told HuffPost.
“Grace & Frankie” actor June Diane Raphael joins Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani to discuss women in politics in the #MeToo era. She also discusses The Jane Club, the coworking space she co-founded that’s changing the game for working moms (and dads) in Hollywood, and her new book “Represent,” a guide for women interested in running for office.
She's collaborating with a top Emily's List staffer to get more women in government.
"I don't really care if my kids see my work -- I actually hope that they don't see a lot of it (laughs) -- but I hope for a family dynamic that includes sharing a lot of laughter."
With numerous film credits to his name today, Cameron Crowe brings his magic to the small screen with Roadies, premiering this Sunday on Showtime.
There won't be any shaming of breastfeeding mothers on Jane Fonda's watch. When actress June Diane Raphael got hired on the
NBC is stepping up its comedy game with two new pilots from Rashida Jones and comedy duo Casey Wilson and June Diane Raphael
"This isn't like, 'Can you believe they didn't pick this up?'" Silverman says in a brief announcement before the pilot, which
"NTSF:SD:SUV::'s" British movie event airs Thurs., Sept. 26 at midnight on Adult Swim. We've seen the whole "movie event