Virginia has landed the lead in Scoundrels, an ABC dramedy about a family of small-town criminals who attempt to go straight after the patriarch is sent to prison.
Virginia would play the mom. The show which has been picked up for eight episodes (all of them slated to air this summer) is based on the New Zealand series “Outrageous Fortune”.
Richard Levine and Lyn Greene (“Nip/Tuck“) wrote “Scoundrels” and will serve as executive producers/showrunners on the ABC Studios-produced series.
More information will be posted as soon it’s available!
Photos from Shepard Fairey Equality Project launch party at the Andaz Hotel on November 12, 2009 in West Hollywood have been added to the photo gallery. Enjoy!
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Public Events from 2009 > The Shepard Fairey Equality Project Launch Party – (November 12)
Three pictures from Chicago Premiere of Documentary ‘I Know a Woman Like That’ as part of the 2009 Chicago International Film Festival at Columbia College have been added to the gallery. “I Know a Woman Like That” stars the Oscar-nominated Virginia Madsen. The film is produced by Virginia Madsen, Elaine Madsen and Karly Meola and directed by Elaine Madsen (Virginia’s mom).
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Public Events from 2009 > Chicago Premiere of Documentary ‘I Know a Woman Like That’ – (October 13)
More than 80 entertainers and political figures including Julia Roberts, Robert De Niro, Anne Hathaway, Mayor Gavin Newsom, Scarlett Johansson, Chris Pine, Jessica Biel, Natalie Portman, Bradley Cooper, Lance Bass, Dave Matthews, Jared Leto and Charlie Sheen have contributed signatures and/or enhancements to a set of “Defend Equality – Love Unites” original prints with a design by Shepard Fairey which became well-known during California’s campaign against Proposition 8. The image below was enhanced by Virginia Madsen.
The project (undertaken in partnership with entertainment networking group HOMOtracker and its annual fundraiser ‘FallOut’) will go up for auction on November 10 on the website Charity Buzz and will benefit the grassroots marriage equality group FAIR. The group is also holding an event in West Hollywood on November 12 at which the prints will be on display.