June 28, 2007 |
FOR seven years, Lauren Graham played caffeinated hipster mom and serial banterer Lorelai Gilmore on the late, great TV series "The Gilmore Girls." How did she celebrate the end of that job? With a month at a Doubletree hotel in Connecticut, of course. "It's very glamorous," she deadpans of her film set digs, where she's been shooting "The Law of Motion," with Hilary Swank. "Boy, do I miss my 'Gilmore Girls' trailer." But for the moment, Graham's back in L.A.
July 5, 2007
Re Lauren Graham ("Still a Bit Gilmore but in Her Own Way," My Favorite Weekend, June 28): Although I question the wisdom of publishing a celebrity's personal itinerary, please convey my compliments to Al Seib for capturing the essence of a very beautiful woman so well with his camera. GEORGE ADAMS Long Beach
October 10, 2009
Jackson tune: Sony Music says "This Is It," the first song from the upcoming Michael Jackson music documentary, will have its premiere late Sunday, at midnight, on www .MichaelJackson.com. Casting news: "Gilmore Girls" star Lauren Graham will join the cast of NBC's mid-season drama "Parenthood," replacing Maura Tierney, who dropped out because the show's production schedule would interfere with her breast cancer treatments.
May 10, 2001 |
The rapid repartee and cute quotient can be trying at times, but more often than not "Gilmore Girls" puts a smile on our face. Tonight's charming season finale, which features one wedding proposal and two declarations of love, is no exception. It's a typically fast-paced evening with sassy single mother Lorelai (Lauren Graham) and her adorable 16-year-old daughter Rory (Alexis Bledel).