Women Who Kill, Smallville, Halt and Catch Fire, It, Nash Bridges, Superman III, a multitude of stage performances

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Renaissance New York Midtown Hotel

We recorded this episode of Really Famous in the ultra-luxurious Empire Suite on the top floor of the Renaissance New York Midtown Hotel. Thanks for the plush rooms and spectacular city views, @Rennymidtown!



Annette O'Toole says:

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“I did that thing that you never do, that you see people do in movies. I went into the bathroom and silent-screamed and danced around, jumped up and down and danced around with no screaming.”
On watching husband Michael McKean's performance as Chuck McGill on Better Call Saul: "I was shaking my head. I was looking from the television to him. I said, 'I’m floored. I don’t know what to say. That’s amazing work, amazing work'”
"[The writer/director of Women Who Kill] said, 'It’s about a podcast but there’s this part, this Hannibal Lechter-y part for a woman, and we’d love for you to do it. I said, 'Oh my God, please! So she sends it to me and offers it to me."
“I was there at the Hollywood Bowl when John Travolta auditioned for a tour or LA-based production of Grease. I saw that audition and I said, ‘I’ve never seen anything like that. You are going to be such a big star.’”

On working with Martin Short: “I would go home with my face aching because I had been laughing so hard.”

“I don’t like vanity. Whenever I see it in myself I try to tamp it down.”

“It makes me think, Well, I should’ve just come to New York originally. What was I doing wasting my time doing all this other stuff?


Annette O'Toole links:

Renaissance New York

Michael McKean - actor - Better Call Saul, Best in Show, This Is Spinal Tap, Laverne & Shirley

Women Who Killin theaters now and on-demand August 29, 2017


Jessica Brown Findlay (Downton Abbey's Lady Sybil Crawley)


Trader Joe’s - Annette mentions a bunch of her favorite items ... around 49 minutes in ... click here!

Better Call Saul

Alan Rudolph

Cross My Heart 


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