A family is a group of people who are committed to loving and supporting one another. It's just that simple.
I worked on this Showtime series called 'Beggars and Choosers,' this was like 2000, and Bea Arthur guest-starred on our show. I always loved 'The Golden Girls,' and thought she was a supreme comedy actress, supreme actress period.
I think that every time you bring a subject into the mainstream landscape of television, it can have a huge impact. Television is such an influential medium.
I grew up in an average middle-class family. I don't think I even knew any friends who were fostered or adopted.
I think it's really important that the anti-bullying messages get into schools and become a staple in every school.
I'm always inspired by people who choose to do what is right, not what is easy.
We have a lot of historical and religious baggage in our culture. It's ancient; we are clannish as a species. We like things to fit into boxes, and it's unfortunate because humans are unique and should be celebrated and embraced as such.
I have this really morbid, awesome love for the movie 'Black Swan.'
It's easier than you might think to make a difference in a kid's life. There are no special requirements you have to have - you just kind of have to love the kids, and that comes naturally for me.
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