A couple of days ago, Lisa participated to the Deadline Emmy Season Kickoff Party. We’ve got some photos & portraits added to the gallery! Take a look.
Public Apperances > Events From 2017 > Jun 05 | Deadline Hollywood Emmy Season Kickoff Party
Photoshoots > 2017 > Photoshoot Session #002
The gallery has been updated with HQ stills from 2 episodes of Relativity. Go ahead and take a look!
What a better way to celebrate Lisa’s birthdy if not with images of her latest event?
Yesterday she participated to the Venice Family Clinic Art Walk & Auctions event with her husband Robert Russell. An angel in white.
Public Apperances > Events From 2017 > May 20 | Venice Family Clinic Art Walk & Auctions
As previously announced, Lisa took part in the reading of stories by Keret at the AJU’s Gindi Gallery a couple of days ago. Thanks to Whizin Center for Continuing Education we’ve got two photos to add to the gallery. Take a look!
Public Apperances > Events From 2017 > May 10 | Lisa Edelstein Reads Keret’s Stories At AJU’s Gindi Gallery
It seemed yesterday, it wasn’t though. Today, 6th May 2017 Precious Stone: Lisa Edelstein celebrates 10 YEARS ONLINE!!!!!!!!
It has been a decade, a whole decade, of amazing experience. Among the hosting transfers, the downtime moments, the madness of my brain deciding to close it (I was probably very sick that month!), it passed through all of that and it’s here today at its 10th birthday!!!
Bringing to the fans photos and videos and interviews, we have been her first big fansite and intend to stay strong on that.
For the birthday celebration I thought a layout change was due. I asked my good friend Nicole to help creating something that was spectacular and both funny and entertaining, just as Lisa is… all of those! I wanted to capture her beautiful and contagious smile and her extraordinary beauty! Hope you like it as much as I do. (The coding is all by me!)
Let’s keep celebrating, right to our Lady’s birthday, 10 years online!!!!
Take a look in the gallery for 2 photos of Lisa and her husband Robert at last night ‘I Love Dick’ Premiere event.
Public Apperances > Events From 2017 > Apr 20 | Amazon’s Forthcoming Series ‘I Love Dick’ Premiere
She was the only one who could stand against the so famous dr House, and now Lisa Edelstein changed for a new series, Girlfriends’ guide to divorce (Season 3 will start tonight at 9.15 on Premium Stories). Say goodbye to the single ladies from Sex and the city and welcome to the new era with ladies looking for a second chance with happiness, specifically after a divorce, as she tells at Monte Carlo TV Festival. She plays Abby, a writer who gives love advices while her personal life is falling down, but in these new episodes her career seems to have stopped as well. New entries of the series is Malcolm-Jamal Warner (The Cosby Show).
What did you learn from the series?
«In a relationship everyone acts as they feel like, there’s no rules or recipes for a successful love story, and you don’t even have to worry about what society thinks. And I am talking mostly about people of my age, because nobody believes we have no experience, it’s exactly what happened before my marriage that made it such happy one».
You are happily married but on tv you talk about divorce.
«It’s surreal, I know, but it’s actually good to talk about love on tv and not just as a fairy tale, but also talking about the not so happy parts, those that break your heart».
What did you have in common with Lisa Cuddy, dr House’s boss?
«We are similar: we love to be right, we work hard, we are always focused on our job but I have a lot more fun than her, she was too much focused on keeping the control over everything».
You are happily married now, but one like House would have ever had any appeal on you?
«Nope, that cynicism works only on tv (she laughs)».
Translated from Leggo
Check out a photo from the GG2D party posted by Will Kemp on instagram.
The gallery has been updated with a few additional photos from 2006-2007 years of events of Lisa. Take a look!
Public Apperances > Events From 2006 > Nov 19 | Little Black Dress Auction
Public Apperances > Events From 2006 > Aug 27 | 58th Emmy Awards
Public Apperances > Events From 2006 > Aug 25 | Los Angeles Confidential Magazine Pre-Emmy Party
Public Apperances > Events From 2006 > May 20 | Farm Sanctuary’s 20th Anniversary Gala For Farm Animals
Public Apperances > Events From 2006 > May 18 | FOX Broadcasting Company Upfront
Public Apperances > Events From 2007 > Sep 16 | 59th Primetime Emmy Awards
Public Apperances > Events From 2007 > Jul 23 | FOX 2007 TCA All Star Party
Public Apperances > Events From 2007 > Aug 02 | Universal Media Studios Emmy Party
Public Apperances > Events From 2007 > Sep 15 | Primetime Emmy Nominees’ BAFTA Tea Party
Public Apperances > Events From 2007 > Oct 28 | Takashi Murakami Event Honoring Fashion Designer Marc Jacobs
909 Magazine recently had the chance to sit down and speak with Lisa Edelstein star of the hit Bravo television series Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce which just wrapped up its third season. Many people also know Lisa from her role on the Fox hit drama House for which she played Doctor Cuddy.
909: Of course, many people know you as Dr. Lisa Cuddy from House, or as the self- help author Abby McCarthy from your hit Bravo Network show Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce. For those who don’t know, please tell us a little bit about this show.
Lisa: Well, it’s a rollicking romp of a dramedy about a self-help book writer whose life and marriage falls apart quite publicly. She has to recover from her failed marriage, her failed fantasies and her failed idea of herself. It’s sexy, it’s funny, it’s raw and sometimes raunchy and the clothes and shoes don’t disappoint either. How’s that for a sales pitch?
909: Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce is Bravo’s first scripted show. Did that present as a challenge in anyway?
Lisa: It was only a challenge in the sense that Bravo had no experience selling a scripted show to an audience. They were already quite good at selling their reality programs. Their hope was to keep their viewers watching Bravo for their scripted fare, rather then changing the channel when they were ready to change format. That said, our show was their first, their baby, and because of that — they approached it and us with great enthusiasm and excitement. It’s hard for any show to stay on the air especially on an established network of scripted shows.
The demand is immediate and
show’s death often comes quick. That was not true at Bravo. We had a great opportunity to be allowed to grow and find our audience.
Read the entire article from 909 Magazine in our press archive.