September 12, 1999 |
Producer Leonard Goldberg admittedly had a few presumptions about his dinner guest. She was probably a typical Southern gal, whose knowledge of the world went not much further than the season daffodils bloom and the color of the Appalachian mountains in spring. But actress Ashley Judd, he came to find out, was no country bumpkin. Familiar with, among others, Camille Pissarro, a French Impressionist known for his landscape paintings, Judd discussed art with Goldberg.