PARIS — Julianna Margulies was in Paris this week as a key note speaker at the 8th Series Mania.She wasn’t pulling any punches in talking politics and was quick to defend the arts, advocate for victims of gun violence, and take a swing at the White House.On protecting the arts: “What we have to remember is that what we are left with, our history as a people, is the arts.It’s so important in America now with the threat of arts funding being cut.”She was cautious concerning what the future may bring.
Backstage at the 2017 Mom 2.0 Summit conference, sponsored by Dove and held in Orlando, Florida, recently, the former star of "The Good Wife" and mother of 9-year-old son Kieran said that both her mother and her father gave her the parenting advice on separate occasions, and now, she passes it along to others. So my advice to all parents is what my parents told me, which is that you're only his guide, you're not his owner." Margulies said she practices this advice not just by leading by example, but also by giving Kieran the space to be himself.
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“They made me wait for two hours in a room,” she recalled.
Then his uncle, actor Jose Ferrer, along with two of his sons – Miguel and Rafael – came to Kentucky to make a film about horse racing, and George was given a minor role in the movie.
The movie never made it to the screen, but George was captivated. He moved into little more than a closet-sized room with a fellow aspirant, Tom Matthews, and worked construction jobs while doing a few commercials, auditioning and taking acting classes.