Renowned actress and model Isabella Rossellini discusses her legendary career.
Isabella Rossellini grew up in Paris and Rome. At 19, she moved to New York City to work as a translator and journalist for RAI-Italian Television. She began her modeling career at age 28, and in 1982 began a 14-year run as the exclusive spokesperson for the cosmetic brand Lancome.
Ms. Rossellini, who is the daughter of film legends Ingrid Bergman and Roberto Rossellini, made her cinematic debut in 1979. She appeared in films such as “Blue Velvet” and “Death Becomes Her” and has worked with legendary directors like Robert Zemeckis, David O. Russell, David Lynch and Taylor Hackford. At age 66, Ms. Rossellini earned her master’s degree in animal behavior and conservation. Her theatrical show, “Link Link Circus,” centers around animal behavior and cognition.
Timothy Simons talks about “Veep” and what’s next for his acting career.
Timothy Simons is an actor, comedian and writer who has gained notoriety for his work on HBO’s television series “Veep.” His role in the series has gained him both an EWwy Award and a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination. He’s also appeared on “The Interview,” “Christine” and “Gold.”
Giancarlo Esposito talks about his film, “This is Your Death,” finding one’s passion and his experience on “Breaking Bad.”
Giancarlo Esposito is an Emmy-nominated actor best known for playing Gustavo “Gus” Fring on AMC’s “Breaking Bad” and “Better Call Saul.” Esposito starred in movies and TV shows such as “The Usual Suspects,” “The Jungle Book” and “Revolution.” He won the 2012 Critic’s Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for his portrayal of “Gus” in “Breaking Bad.”
Colin Jost is best known for his work on “Saturday Night Live.” He co-anchors the show’s famous segment “Weekend Update,” alongside Michael Che. Jost was previously co-head writer and a staff writer at SNL. Colin has won several Writers Guild Awards, a Peabody Award and has been nominated for multiple Emmy Awards for his writing. He writes occasionally for The New Yorker.
Bob Balaban is an actor, director and producer whose credits include “Midnight Cowboy,” “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” and Christopher Guest’s movies. He’s also an occasional author of children’s books, including the “Creature from the Seventh Grade” series.