RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Jill Clayburgh

A collection of news and information related to Jill Clayburgh published by this site and its partners.

Top Jill Clayburgh Articles

Displaying items 1-12
  • George Platt, theatrical producer

    George Platt, theatrical producer
    George Platt, a former New York theatrical producer who became a promotions director for a garden supply firm, died of renal failure Oct. 6 at Envoy Rehabilitation and Nursing in Pikesville. He was 90 and lived in Owings Mills. Born in Baltimore, he...
  • Sixth-grader hopes to have hottest recipe at March 11 chili cookoff

    Chili cook-offs are definitely hot stuff. Especially when the spicy delicacy is being prepared by young Mitchell Feaga. Mitchell, a sixth-grader at Glenwood Middle School, is just one of dozens of chili afficionados who will participate in "Hotter Than...
  • Lily Rabe to star in 'Miss Julie' at Geffen Playhouse

    Lily Rabe, who has earned acclaim for her New York stage performances and whose Hollywood cachet has risen thanks to the popularity of the FX series "American Horror Story," will star in a new adaptation of August Strindberg's "Miss Julie" at the Geffen...
  • Lillian Gallo dies at 84; pioneering TV movie producer

    Lillian Gallo dies at 84; pioneering TV movie producer
    At 20th Century Fox Studios in the 1960s, Lillian Gallo earned the nickname Mrs. Average America. She turned out to be anything but. Then a producer's assistant, she was asked to screen the dailies of nearly every television show in the Fox pipeline. She...
  • Movie review: 'Bridesmaids'

    Movie review: 'Bridesmaids'
    From the first overheated moments of "Bridesmaids," with its Kama Sutra-plus-six-positions sex — so satisfying for him, so exhausting for her — it's clear we're in for that rarest of treats: an R-rated romantic comedy from the Venus point of view. For...
  • An appreciation: Jill Clayburgh

    An appreciation: Jill Clayburgh
    There is a classic Jill Clayburgh scene in Paul Mazursky's "An Unmarried Woman," the 1978 film the actress will be remembered for most in a career that kept her busy with work nearly until her death on Friday. She's walking down a crowded New York City...
  • Bullock locks down her “Proposal” director for a drama

     
    The Variety story about Sandra Bullock's untitled drama with her “Proposal” director Anne Fletcher suggests a touch of Paul Mazursky's watershed 1978 film “An Unmarried Woman.” With a hint of “Saturday Night Fever?”...
  • Lily Rabe, Jill Clayburgh's daughter, to miss a week of 'The Merchant of Venice'

     
    Lily Rabe will miss a week of "The Merchant of Venice" on Broadway to mourn the passing of her mother, actress Jill Clayburgh....
  • 'Ally McBeal' and 'Dirty Sexy Money' actress, Jill Clayburgh, dies at 66

     
    Clayburgh passed from chronic leukemia, which she had been struggling with for 21 years....
  • UCF’s Barry Sandler remembers Jill Clayburgh

     
    Barry Sandler is a screenwriter and teacher of screenwriting who counts, as one of his earlier credits, the movie “Gable and Lombard,” which paired James Brolin and Jill Clayburgh as Hollywood's First Couple, circa 1940 — “The...
  • Jill Clayburgh: 1944-2010

     
    Her defining role was in 1978's “An Unmarried Woman,” and her greatest decade was the 1970s, when she embodied a sweeter, softer side of film feminism than the edgy Jane Fonda. She made the screen journey from “put upon” victim...
  • Jill Clayburgh was a luminous star on television, too

     
    Jill Clayburgh, what a woman.  News of her death was a shock. She rightly earned her greatest acclaim in the movies. “An Unmarried Woman,” a poignant 1978 drama, contains her sensational performance as a New Yorker who rebounds after...