Precious Stone: Lisa Edelstein
Welcome to Precious Stone your best source for everything Lisa Edelstein. Lisa is most known for her role as Dr. Lisa Cuddy on the medical drama House M.D. but she has also done other memorable work such as The Good Wife, Scandal, House of Lies, Ally McBeal, Almost Perfect, Special Delivery and many more. Here you'll find the most extensive photo gallery, video archive and up-to-date new on Lisa Edelstein. If your wish to contribute with something don't hesitate to contact us.

The gallery has been updated with HD screencaptures from last night episode of Girlfriends’ Guide To Divorce.

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Television > Girlfriends’ Guide To Divorce > Season 3 > Episode Screencaptures > 3×03 – Rule #187: Mind Your Side Of The Plate

Lisa keeps going on her promotion to Girlfriends’ Guide To Divorce and yesterday she was a guest at Hollywood Today Live. Take a look in the gallery!

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Interviews & Talk-Shows > 2017 > Jan 20 | Hollywood Today Live

Jan 20, 17   0 Comment Articles, Interviews

At Bloomingdale’s in L.A., the actress talked with designer Ramy Brook Sharp and her show’s creator and costume designer about dressing for changes in women’s lives.

When Ramy Brook Sharp started her namesake clothing label in 2010, she envisioned women wearing her slinky blouses on hot dates, rather than raking a baseball field. Yet the latter was the scene in the third season premiere of “Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce,” in which star Lisa Edelstein wrote the script to show her character smoothing the pitcher’s mound of a baseball field while wearing a bright blue sleeveless top with slim black pants and stilettos.

After the snippet was played for a crowd comprising the show’s fans and the fashion brand’s customers, in the middle of Bloomingdale’s contemporary section at Westfield Century City mall, the department store’s women’s fashion director did a double take.

“I knew Ramy’s clothing was wearable but I didn’t know you can clean in them,” said Brooke Jaffe, sitting on a dais next to Edelstein, “Girlfriends’ Guide” creator Marti Noxon, costume designer Cynthia Summers and Sharp.

As Edelstein attested, the wardrobe in Bravo’s popular comedy is aspirational, fantasy-driven and plentiful. Bloomingdale’s liked the $445 gray one-shoulder silk jumpsuit from Ramy Brook that Edelstein wore on the show so much that it requested the company make it in red exclusively for its store. “In fact, when you’re divorced, you have to wear better clothes because you’re on the market,” Noxon acknowledged.

What’s more, a divorcee’s clothes should be bright, as evident in the floral-print Dolce & Gabbana purse carried by Vicki Iovine, the best-selling author who inspired the series after surviving a public divorce with music mogul Jimmy Iovine, who’s now married to Liberty Ross. Glancing at Iovine sitting in the front row, Edelstein said the period after a separation “is a rebirth.” The only plea she made to Summers regarding the costumes on the show was: “Do not put me in a pencil skirt. I was trapped in a pencil skirt for seven years on ‘House.’”

As for her favorite outfit, she couldn’t pick one. “I wear them for two 15-hour days in a row. Then I never want to put them on my body again,” she said.

The 50-year-old actress is so accepting of the body that she suggested a woman in the audience skip wearing a bra. “Listen, ladies, we all have nipples and I think they’re sexy.”

“Let them fly,” Noxon said.

“Let them breathe,” Edelstein responded.

“Wear them to the inauguration,” Noxon said, eliciting a huge laugh from everyone.

“We’ll see a lot of them at the Women’s March,” Edelstein said in jest.

Later, after posing for photos with the other panelists, Edelstein turned earnest when explaining why she plans to join the Women’s March in Washington on Saturday. “I think it’s important in this climate that women’s issues, gender issues, LGBT issues, reproductive issues and all of that stay in the forefront,” she said. “The march is a really exciting way to remind the world we’re activated. The real work is after the march.”

Crossing her fingers that the meteorological climate in Washington will stay mild with temperatures in the 40s, she’s prepared for any scenario. “I have a very cute oversized Rick Owens wool overcoat with a hood,” she said. “It’s got deep pockets so I can carry food.”


The gallery has been updated with HQ stills from next week episode of Girlfriends’ Guide To Divorce.

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Television > Girlfriends’ Guide To Divorce > Season 3 > Episodic Stills > 3×03 – Rule #187: Mind Your Side Of The Plate

The gallery has been updated with HD screencaptures from new episode of Girlfriends’ Guide To Divorce.
Take a look!

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Television > Girlfriends’ Guide To Divorce > Season 3 > Episode Screencaptures > 3×02 – Rule #137: Move Your Car

Jan 16, 17   0 Comment Events, Interviews

As we knew before Lisa was a guest of Harry TV today and they put online one photo and two clips. Sadly I can’t see the clips for geo-blocking but maybe you can.

Here they are: Lisa Edelstein’s Original Song Debut & How to Shoot a Nude Scene by Lisa Edelstein

Jan 15, 17   0 Comment Articles, Interviews, Videos

For happily married Lisa Edelstein, shooting a show about divorce was eye-opening.

The 50-year-old is opening up about filming the Bravo show Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce one day after her 2014 wedding to Robert Russell, telling PEOPLE that the show is a “cautionary tale.”

“I really paid attention to that because when you get married you’re so wide open to wanting it to last and work … You’re really at the most romantic moment in your life,” Edelstein says.

Edelstein stars as Abby McCarthy in the dramedy about a recently divorced author who takes advice from her divorced friends. She and Russell tied the knot in Los Angeles, with a source telling PEOPLE then that the two were “very happy” and “very loving.”

Now, nearly three years later, Edelstein says understanding her character’s situation was important to her as a new wife and mother.

“I’ve never been married before, I got married when I was 48. It wasn’t like I’d been waiting to get married, because I actually didn’t care. But I wanted to marry my husband and I wanted to be the official step mother to my kids. All that was very important to me,” she said. “So to start a show where these two people who loved each other very much couldn’t make it work, it was very important to me to understand that story and hear those words and know that love is not enough.”

She added: “You have to communicate. You have to show up for each other. You have to deal with stuff you don’t wanna deal with all the time. And that’s where you get the rewards of this amazing relationship and this partner like none other.”