Finola Hughes Intimate Portrait pt2
There will be a new host taking over, Jeannie Mai. Naturally I wish her luck, however, I am saddened I will no longer be meeting all those fabulous women to help them move forward in their lives. It was an extraordinary opportunity and I loved my time on the show. Finola, her husband artist Russell Young, and their kids live in Santa Barbara where they grow their own veggies and work the land. Plus with leftover food when catering for a production crew, if you make arrangements ahead of time with missions and shelters, you can take your unused, untouched portions and deliver them.
I helped to produce it. One last Q: with that perfect punim of yours, we want your beauty tips! I also love Liz Earle face moisturizer and Dr. Haushka face cleanser and eye cream.
Pretty soon everyone around me is mellow and feeling great because their olfactory senses are being cared for!! Also; kookie karma granola - yum! Bibel Fancast. We were there as she went from cute little girl to an HIV positive teenager, to a doctor and mother. I had the pleasure of interviewing the supercouple as they waited to tape their wedding scenes. The duo have the same rapport as their characters. Hughes managed to make sweatpants glamorous by pairing them with funky suede heels, while Rogers was every bit as dashing as Robert Scorpio.
You were both fantastic on Night Shift. Is that what inspired GH to realize what they had in you? Rogers: I'm not sure what inspires GH,to be honest with you. It was a great reconnection.
Finola Hughes Intimate Portrait pt2
It would be sad if we didn't make use of that. Hughes: I'm very proud of what happened there.
Rogers: It touched everybody, even people that weren't familiar with this couple have come up to me and said, "I really connected with you guys. I started watching because of the nature of the story, because of the cancer element, but you two really sold it. The next part of that was these two characters who have this history.
The fact that it was written that these two actually reconnected in the storyline got to me, too. Ever since we finished I've been thinking, s-t, why isn't that being carried over?
I guess it is to some point, but to what extent after this I don't know. How did you shoot the episode with Robert's dream sequences? Hughes: We had so much fun that day.
Rogers: They'll be talking about the reunion episode for a long time. The minute I set foot on that set [Robert's old house] I got chills. You start thinking about a lot of show you did there and a lot of people you worked with, a lot of the incidents that took place. They carefully and craftily used flashbacks.
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Night Shift opened a number of creative doors. That's why I think everybody will be sad if that show is not picked up. We demonstrated that daytime television is not dead and that it has an ability to tell a wonderful story when it's put together properly.
There's nothing like it. You two have known Kimberly McCullough almost as long as her actual parents have. Does this feel like watching a relative get married?
Hughes: It's interesting because I get flashes of that just sitting in the dressing room and talking to her. Or getting an e-mail or text from her. I get flashes of, "I've known this woman since she was a little girl.
If you start at seven in this business, you can go anywhere. You might be off the rails by the time you're fourteen.
She could be in rehab now, and she's just not that person. It's heartening to see how she's kept her head on her shoulders. What would you like to see happen to Robert and Anna Rogers: I'd like to see the Scorpio family become a solid family unit on the show, Frankly, that would be unique because I'm not aware that this show has any solid family units anymore. Given the state of the country right now, I think it would be good for this unit to be involved in a story of optimism and hope.
I think it just screams out for it. This foursome could certainly do it quite easily. In some respects, we've touched on it in the last three episodes.
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I've seen snippets of a build there. Whether it's continued, I don't know. Hughes: I, for one, want to escape into something happy. When I watch TV now I don't want to see anything harder than what's occurring in the real world. From a selfish point of view, working with Kim and Jason is fantastic. Never have four people had so much fun. Rogers: I don't know how to put it into words. It's just comfortable.
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Hughes: It's like when we used to work with Sean and Tiff. I would love for there to be a case, something to solve. Spinelli would be amazing on the computer. It would be incredible. Make it more sophisticated [than the WSB].
Move it into CSI and Actually make us win instead of this bumbling police force that you have here because you want the mob to win. I don't think there should be any fear of having sophisticated people on the good side as well as sophisticated people on the bad side. Rogers: What we're getting to here is we need some balance. Give us a little preview of the wedding.
Hughes: What I can tell you is Maxie is about to have a heart attack through the entire wedding because she wants this to be perfect. It's really sweet. Every person gets to have their moment of connection to the bride.
Rogers: That's why it takes so long to shoot these things.
Biography. English-born Finola Hughes has had her share of exposure on TV, appearing on All My Children, General Hospital, L.A. Law, Jack's Place, Blossom, Pacific Palisades, and Charmed, not that it's the kind of exposure we love here at Skin weddingdaybutler.com won a Daytime Emmy for Best Actress in a Daytime Drama in , probably beating out Susan Lucci for the umpteenth time.3/4(8). On February 20, GH's seemingly invincible Anna Devane was diagnosed with polycythemia vera (PV), a rare blood cancer, which is treatable, but not curable. Portrayer Finola Hughes spoke to Digest. Emmy Award-winning actress Finola Hughes is far from just an 80's icon, she's a real deal modern day green goddess! Finola hosts the Style Network's popular makeover series "How Do I Look?" (which recently celebrated the airing of its th episode), has developed a jewelry line for QVC, released a book with Ballantine Books titled "Soapsuds," and is a devoted wife and Mother.
That's why I've brought a thick book with me. What book did you bring? Rogers:My daughter gave me a copy of Twilight.
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Hughes cracks up Rogers: I said I'd read the first book and make my own opinion. I haven't seen the movie. Hughes: I brought W, so I'm going to read it front cover to back cover. How many GH weddings have you attended? Rogers: In the 80s I used to beg not to be invited to people's weddings. Hughes: I never wanted to be a bridesmaid because in the 80s the dresses were hideous. I was a bridesmaid and Frisco and Felicia's wedding and it was the most horrible day of my life.
Rogers: And the hair. Hughes: I am culpable for my own hair. Portrayer Finola Hughes spoke to Digest about preparing for the arc, as well as what it portends for her Anna.
A few different conversations happened as time went on and he told me the name of the disease, and we sort of went from there. The whole story started to build and it became a big undertaking and I had the good fortune of meeting with a patient, a woman who has PV, and was able to ask a lot of questions and build what Anna would be going through from that.
So, what would that diagnosis be like for her psychologically, as well as practically?
Hughes: We answer those very questions, and the lovely patient who I met was incredibly forthcoming about that. She was very positive in the way that she deals with and sort of attacks her blood cancer on a daily basis and how she marches through it. It was great to then apply that to what my character will feel like. And my character does, indeed, face all of that in the first two or three weeks after her diagnosis. I have had dealings with cancer in my own family, and I kind of felt as if what you can bring out in this are the human moments that you have with each other, the dialogues that people have with each other about any kind of illness.
It gave me an opportunity to play in that realm of conversations that people do have, that I had with my own mother and had with my own family when my mother was very sick. It shines a light on those human moments and if the writers get it right, which they do so many times on our show, then I think we will be able to portray some of those moments will resonate with people who have perhaps walked this walk.
I feel like soaps do two things. We take you on a big ride, and we go and do crazy stuff - and especially my character, my character is one of the characters who does that. Yet also the nugget, the nucleus of our show, is human contact, and this is a perfect story where we can actually use the breadth of our storytelling, holding that nucleus really strong and making those human contact moments invaluable, and also telling the greater story that we do on soaps.
I get to wield a gun and play a spy; however, what I hold really dear and important and a lot of my inner circle that work with me feels the same way, are those human contact moments.
Digest: What did it mean to you to have Kimberly McCullough there for this storyline? I really only react to what other actors are doing, and so my job was made percent easier by having my scenes filled with these wonderful actors. However, I want the outcome of this to feel very inclusive, because the myeloproliferative neoplasms, the group of cancers that we are talking about, can easily be left undiagnosed.
People can keep going in with symptoms, and we talk about that on the show. We talk about not being alone; Anna talks about not being able toface this diagnosis alone. I feel that if we do one thing right, it will be that.