Lauren Ambrose

Bean is older than Streisand was by a good amount, but she got right the character's naivety and youthful zeal in the first
Lauren Ambrose takes a look back at her very ‘90s hairstyle in “Can’t Hardly Wait”.
For a change of pace, today I'm offering you a series of random theater-related thoughts. None of which could take up a post on its own, but together they seem worthy.
Yet again, a group of dudes has created a movie that portrays women as a combination of saintly and beautiful morons waiting around for guys who don't deserve them.
Is this truly organ harvesting, as she suspects, or something even more insidious? Find out Tuesday night at 9 p.m. ET on
Sleepwalk With Me, a charming gem set in the world of stand-up comedy, is the latest in a long line of smart, bittersweet romantic tales heavily influenced by Woody Allen's 1977 classic Annie Hall.
This two-night, four-hour TV movie follows Susan Wheeler ("Six Feet Under" alum Lauren Ambrose in yet another role that finds
Mike Birbiglia seems like an easy-going guy, someone who probably has a little trouble with confrontation or sticking up for himself. At least that's how he comes off in Sleepwalk With Me, the film version of his hit one-man show.
There's a certain rowdy spirit to Stephen Gyllenhaal's Grassroots, now playing in limited release, that gives the fact-based comedy-drama a surprising vitality for a movie that seems so schematic.
Matt's story is about not only learning how to become the comedian he always wanted to be, but learning what he's willing to give up to get it.
In September, I wrote about the transition of the generations between actors and how we're at a moment where we can see it happening.
Hello, gorgeous! It's official--Lauren Ambrose will star in the Broadway revival of Funny Girl! Read more on E! Online
In lieu of an old-fashioned grounding, Falcon Heene's parents should indulge in some down-to-earth parenting, and take him to see Where the Wild Things Are this weekend.
From the Hollywood Reporter: Fox has pulled the low-rated Parkey Posey sitcom "The Return of Jezebel James" from its schedule
On The Return of Jezebel James, I expect that the cultural politics of pregnancy, surrogacy, and motherhood will intersect with witty dialogue, humorous situations, and great entertainment.