•• Oscar-nominated actress Virginia Madsen should be the voice of my generation. At 52, she’s one of the rare actresses not afraid to admit her age and is proud of it.
She’s an inspiration to many women, especially those of us who think there’s no second chapter after 40.
Hello! Just spend 15 minutes chatting with this super confident actress and she’ll actually make you embrace (and look forward) to getting older. “I misfired so many times in my twenties, just trying to learn how to be me. And now, I’m really comfortable in my own skin. I am really comfortable with my own sexuality and I’m having much better sex than I ever did. So, I don’t want that to go away,” Virginia revealed to Healthy Hollywood.
I have to admit I get super self-conscious about being over 40 and feel like I’m somehow not as worthy or beautiful as someone younger. I hate to admit this, but it’s true. And, Virginia says she’s speaks to lots of young women who are scared to age. But, hopefully our generation is teaching women to embrace the aging process and to realize there’s always time to accomplish our dreams! Age is not a good excuse!
•• Award-winning actress Virginia Madsen joins HuffPost Live to empower women to embrace their transitional years, take charge of their sex lives and of course give us the scoop on her latest projects!
•• Actors who appeared last weekend at Monster Mania Con 27 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Cherry Hill decided to eat locally. On Thursday, that was indeed Freddy Krueger – aka Robert Englund – tucking into wild mushroom risotto, Dover sole and pork chop Milanese at Caffe Aldo Lamberti with his wife, Nancy Booth, and another guest.
At lunch Friday, Caffe Aldo Lamberti served Virginia Madsen and fellow Candyman star Rusty Schwimmer. They had the crab cocktail, Alaskan king crab legs. and wine. Madsen and Schwimmer, with a third guest, also ate at Aldo Lamberti Saturday night.
Also on Saturday, Chad L. Coleman (Tyreese on The Walking Dead) joined his family at Aldo Lamberti for Alaskan king crab legs, grilled octopus, rib-eye steak, grilled grouper and crème brulee. Some members of The Walking Dead film crew also dined separately on Saturday.