http://www.asifa-hollywood.org/ . For a complete list of winners see http://www.annieawards.org/ . It was a great event, so much talent in one room.... Amazing!
PS. The delicious food at the after party was catered by Alligator Pear Catering - great staff and service -http://www.alligatorpearcatering.com/ .
email@example.com and I will forward it to her. Ms. Kellerman really shines in the title role - she's definitely not your conventional Granny!
PS. Renee Taylor ("The Nanny") participated in an earlier reading in a supporting role and was terrific - I greatly enjoyed the show she did recently with her husband Joe Bologna called "Sort of A Love Story" at the El Portal in Hollywood. Talk about talented people!
Back to the subject of 90210... these folks like to do good things for people.... I remember Lori Laughlin co-hosting a fundraiser for the Edgemar Center for the Arts in Santa Monica featuring terrific entertainment and recently Annalynne McCord hosted a charity event to help Katrina victims called The Saint Bernard Project. I attended with my friend Don Rose the publisher of http://www.wirela.com/ formerly known as http://www.thelareport.com/ . It was nice to see cast member Perry King there. Many years ago I donated my time by casting the bikers that appeared in a PSA for MADD - Mothers Against Drunk Drivers - in which Perry was the featured celebrity. It always feel good to back a good cause. One of Perry's first big parts was in Stephen Verona's "The Lords of Flatbush" which was also launched the careers of Sylvester Stallone and Henry Winkler. Stephen's book "The Making of the Lords of Flatbush" features amazing photographs he took while co-directing and producing the film. I'm not sure when that film will be showing again but Sylvester's "Demolition Man" will be screening at midnight February 26 at The New Beverly - http://www.newbevcinema.com/ . Owner Micheal Torga and his team outdo themselves to provide a wide variety of films and special guests for cinema lovers. Hmmmmm.... perhaps Rambo himself will make a personal appearance? That would be nice. I'd go at midnight to see him. Speaking of Rambo, I hear that talented writer and producer David Rambo is preparing a new play about Ronald Reagan starring Robert Forster. Robert will be great as Reagan. I loved his play about advice columnist Ann Landers called "The Lady With All The Answers". It starred Mimi Kennedy who was excellent at the beautiful historical Pasadena Playhouse.