October 16, 2016 - Hour 2
GLENNE HEADLY, star of classic films such as "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" and critically acclaimed TV shows such as HBO's "The Night Of...," is our special guest this Sunday night! GLENNE's other film work includes "Dick Tracy," "Mr. Holland's Opus," "Mortal Thoughts," "2 Days in the Valley," "What's The Worst That Could Happen," "Breakfast of Champions," "Around The Bend," "The Amateurs," "The Comeback Season," "The Joneses" and "Don Jon." She can next be seen opposite Bill Paxton and Emma Watson in James Ponsoldt's "The Circle," featuring Tom Hanks. She just wrapped Katherine Dieckmann's "Strange Weather." Television roles include the live theatrical presentation of "On Golden Pond" for CBS as well as recurring roles in "ER," "Monk" and "And The Band Played On." She was nominated for an Emmy for two different mini-series: "Lonesome Dove" and "Bastard Out of Carolina." GLENNE is currently filming "Villa Capri" with Morgan Freeman and Tommy Lee Jones. On stage, she recently appeared on stage in Larry David's Broadway show, "Fish in the Dark," opposite Larry David and then Jason Alexander. Prior to that she starred in the 2013 New Group production of The "Jacksonian," with Ed Harris, Amy Madigan and Bill Pullman, which was originally presented at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles. GLENNE is currently appearing in the play "Blood" at The Complex in Hollywood. Inspired by true events, the play is a political thriller with music about the 1980s 'Japanese Tainted Blood Scandal' in which 2,000 people died of AIDS after the U.S. knowingly sold contaminated blood to Japan. Over a dozen rave reviews for the production when it premiered last spring include the Los Angeles Times ("dazzling... a formidable display of small-theater invention"). Hear our live interview with GLENNE HEADLY this Sunday evening on KRLA 870AM!