With big hair, short and colorful skirts and an instantly recognizable voice, Fran Drescher won America's hearts as the flashy girl from Flushing in "The Nanny. These days, much like the character she plays in her new sitcom "Happily Divorced," she's learning how to adjust to life as a single woman in today's dating world. On this week's episode she calls up an old boyfriend from high school and they reconnect.
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During the sitcom's run from toshe delivered a fan-favorite performance as the unlikely, eccentric nanny of three upper class kiddos fathered by Broadway producer Maxwell Sheffield played by British actor Charles Shaughnessy. Meanwhile, her strong comedic acting chops scored her two Emmy Award nominations for outstanding lead actress in a comedy series. With an impressive career spanning decades, this actress-writer-producer hasn't necessarily lost her status as a household name.
When life gives you lemons, make lemonade; when life handed Fran Drescher a gay husband, she made a sitcom: "Happily Divorced. She explained that while they were married he was in therapy and discovered he was bisexual; Drescher said she felt "suffocated" in the relationship and they ended up splitting. Lauer pointed out that Jacobson didn't come out as gay until two years after their marriage was over.
Shiva Ayyadurai at their home on the beach in L. The wedding was an all white scheme, except for the bride who wore a beautiful Badgley Mischka red dress — traditional for Indian brides. About 60 guests celebrated with cuisine created by Jennifer Naylor catering.
Sex was not lacking in Fran Drescher's marriage to her ex-husband, who eventually came out as gay. While there, she talked about her relationship with Peter Jacobson, who she was married to for more than 20 years. I have a gay ex-husband!
The star reveals what it would take for her to revisit classic 90s sitcom The Nanny. Source:Getty Images. We met when we were
Francine Joy Drescher born September 30, is an American actress, comedian, writer and activist. In the s, she gained recognition as a comedic actress in the films GorpThe Hollywood KnightsDoctor DetroitThis Is Spinal Tapand UHF while establishing a television career with guest appearances on several series. She received further recognition for her performances in Jack and The Beautician and the Beast and reinforced her position as a leading sitcom star with Living with Fran — and, along with the cult classic Santa's SlayHappily Divorced — State Department.
When the sitcom ended inDrescher began using her voice—first quietly, now louder—to criticize Washington, espousing a host of radical her words stances and declaring herself anti-capitalist. After a two-year-long search for a diagnosis, she founded the organization—which held its second annual Cabaret Dinner Cruise fundraiser in New York City earlier this week—to change the way we think about cancer care and devote more resources to prevention and early detection. I love this one!
Caitlin McBride Twitter Email. In years, when historians want to know what '90s tv looked like - they'll look at Fran Drescher in The Nanny. Outrageous fashion, big hair and witty, borderline inappropriate jokes you'd never get away with now. She's 58 now, still absolutely beautiful and dabbles in acting every now and then.