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NEWS AND UPDATES

07.25.07

The charismatic character actress scored with Emmy voters for her acerbic turn as Evelyn Harper, the anti-maternal, un-nurturing mother of the Harper boys on Two and a Half Men.

HW: Where were you when you found out you'd been nominated?

Holland Taylor: I was in bed. Where else would I be at six in the morning? What kind of a girl do you think I am? The press rep for the show warned me that he might call, but I forgot. So when the phone rang alarmingly early, I woke up wondering, ""Oh my God, what crisis? Who's croaked? What's happened?"" But it was good news.

HW: What episode did you submit for your performance?

HT: I think it was ""The Lips."" I think it was the one where I got the false lips put on. But the fact is that I like that episode because it has a wonderful restaurant scene. I love doing restaurant scenes with both the boys because one is on one side and the other is on the other side. It's usually very fun to play them one off the other, toy with one, mess with the other.

HW: Among your competitors, who would you root for?

HT: From Weeds, Elizabeth Perkins. I just love her as an actress generally, and as a person, so I would be happy to lose to her. I'd be happy to lose to Chatti [Conchata Ferrell]. In fact Chatti and I are going to mud wrestle for it. If either one of us wins, the other one's going to mud wrestle her for it, take it away from her.

(from the NY POST)

07.20.07
Congratulations to Holland on her Emmy Nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series.

03.19.07

Added a new interview from TVGuide in the ARTICLES section. Added a link to buy Bosom Buddies first season DVD in the ROLE CALL section.

07.20.05
Holland has been nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. The Emmy Awards will be handed out September 18 at 8pm on CBS.

Martin Sheen is set to guest star on "Two and a Half Men", Holland quips, "This season, Martin Sheen had better come on, and he better come on to me,"

08.09.04
When "The L Word" returns next season, Holland Taylor will be back as Peggy Peabody and we'll meet Peabody's lesbian daughter played by Rachel Shelley. (from zaptoit.com)

09.25.03

Get TICKETS to Holland's new CBS show "Two and a Half Men".
Also moved site to a new location, so please update your bookmarks!

08.19.03

Celebrity Site of the 
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08.18.03
click for official Home Room siteFilmgoers in New York City, Los Angeles, and Denver will be the first to see HOME ROOM when the movie opens in these cities starting SEPTEMBER 5th. Check back often as locations and showtimes will be updated as they come available. Don't forget to check your local listings. HOME ROOM will expand to other cities at later dates.

07.09.03

Emmy winner Holland Taylor has been tapped to star opposite Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer in the new CBS comedy "Two and a Half Men." Additionally, Taylor has joined the cast of Gold Circle Films' romantic comedy "Something Borrowed," toplined by Debra Messing and Dermot Mulroney. "Two and a Half Men," from Warner Bros. Television, Chuck Lorre Prods. and the Tannenbaum Co., centers on a wealthy bachelor (Sheen) whose life is turned upside down when his brother (Cryer) and nephew move into his beach house. Taylor will play the brothers' socialite mother, replacing Blythe Danner, who played the role in the pilot. Before starting on "Two and a Half Men," scheduled for the Monday 9:30 p.m. slot, Taylor will film "Borrowed," which begins shooting in London this month. The film, which Clare Kilner is directing, focuses on a young woman (Messing) who returns to her parents' London home for her sister's wedding and hires a male escort (Mulroney) to pose as her new boyfriend, fearing she has to confront the ex-fiance who dumped her two years before. Taylor will play Messing's mother. Taylor won an Emmy for her role as Judge Roberta Kittleson on David E. Kelley's ABC legal drama "The Practice." She most recently co-starred on CBS' comedy series "Baby Bob." On the big screen, Taylor next appears in "Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over," in which she reprises her role as the grandmother.

 

 

 


 


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