Emmy Award Nominated Actress, Anne Heche Joins Us To Talk About Her Recent Project “Girl Fight” Which Premiers on Lifetime Tonight At 9pm ET/PT
Internet “hits” take on a whole new meaning in the Lifetime Original Movie, Girl Fight, premiering Monday, October 3, at 9pm ET/PT. Inspired by a true story, Girl Fight follows the story of 16-year old Haley Macklin (Jodelle Ferland) as she attempts to navigate the intimidating halls of high school and discovers getting “in” with the popular senior girls is harder than she expected.
Anne Heche has proven herself as an exceptional actress in film, television, and stage. Her talents have earned her critical praise, as well as, both Tony and Emmy award nominations. Currently, Heche co-stars with Thomas Jane and Jane Adams in the HBO comedy-series Hung. The third season will begin in October 2011. In 2007, Heche starred in the ABC series Men in Trees as a female relationship guru who moves to Alaska to get over her philandering ex-fiancée, only to discover herself surrounded by available men.
Heche earned her first primetime Emmy Award nomination for her portrayal of a drug-addicted mother in the 2004 Lifetime Television, original movie Gracie’s Choice alongside Diane Ladd. In 2005, Heche appeared in the Lifetime movie, Fatal Desire and the Hallmark Channel’s holiday movie Silver Bells on CBS, which was seen by over 16 million viewers. She has created memorable characters in several guest starring performances on hit shows including Nip/Tuck, Everwood, Ally McBeal and HBO’s telefilm, If These Walls Could Talk, directed by Cher.
For film, Heche will next be seen in Rampart alongside Woody Harrelson, Steve Buscemi, Sigourney Weaver and Ben Foster. The film will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival this September. Heche was last seen in Fox Searchlight Pictures’, Cedar Rapids, opposite Sigourney Weaver, John C. Reilly and Ed Helms. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and was released on February 11, 2011. Heche was seen alongside Ashton Kutcher in Anchor Bay’s Spread, directed by David Mackenzie. The film was released on August 14, 2009. In 2004, Heche was seen opposite Nicole Kidman and Lauren Bacall in New Line Cinema’s Birth, directed by Jonathan Glazer. Birth was screened at the 2004 Venice Film Festival and the Deauville Film Festival.
Meat Supplier Prescott Frost Talks To Us About Why His 100% Grass Fed Beef Beats Out The Competion!
Move over Old MacDonald, there’s a new rancher in town who doesn’t believe in following the herd – and he’s pretty darn good looking too! Prescott Frost, great-grandson of American poet, Robert Frost, is the newly-iconic staple for wholesome American living and eating. Prescott is a maverick in producing healthy, sustainable and delicious grass-fed meat from his ranch in the rolling hills of Nebraska, and he’s also a passionate poet with a storied heritage and love for the land.
Prescott Frost’s cows roam free in the country sunshine of a 20,000 square-male ecosystem where more than 700 species of organic grasses and herbs, like clover, alfalfa, fescue and wild onions and legumes grow. This natural setting gives the cattle all the nutrients they need to grow fat, happy and strong -- which means the beef from his cattle taste pure and clean with a robustly beefy flavor.
Prescott Frost beef is leaner than what comes from CAFOs…Frost’s beef has 10 times more beta-carotene than factory beef, and three times more vitamin E, Omega-3 fatty acids and healthy fats…It’s healthier because the cows are healthier, plain and simple. No hormones. No antibiotics. Just pure, fresh, organic, grass-fed beef.
All Prescott Frost beef is dry-aged for 14 days in an environment where the temperature, humidity and ventilation are carefully controlled. This Old World method naturally tenderizes the meat and removes excess moisture to deepen its rich, beefy flavor. Each cut—from the filet mignon, to the rib eye steak, to the New York strip—is succulent, tender and delicious.
Other Prescott Frost meat options include grass-fed, grass-finished steaks, burgers and hotdogs. Their hotdogs and ground beef are nitrate-free, all natural and the most sustainable cuts available. When eating any Prescott Frost meat, you always know that you are eating American grown, Murray Grey cattle. Frost is available to discuss his the ways his grass-fed cattle can nurture our environment, and the health of carnivores, across the U.S. His website is www.PrescottFrost.com.
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