Sep 30, 2013
The Huffington Post
First Monday in October
"First Monday in October" is the catch phrase associated by many people with the movie starring Walter Matthau and Jill Clayburgh.
The upsides, and downsides, of anti-anxiety drugs
Valium was considered a miracle drug in the 1960s and '70s -- an ideal way for Americans to calm the anxiety many were feeling in turbulent times.
Lily Rabe talks about the character of Nora on 'American Horror Story' + new clip for 'Open House'
When we last saw the ghost of Nora Montgomery, formerly a '20s-era socialite who maintained her well-to-do lifestyle by feeding her flailing, drug-addicted surgeon husband starlets in need of an abortion, she was telling Ben to man up and protect his baby from crazy Hayden! American Horror Story's Lily Rabe, who plays the original owner of and ... (more)
Lily Rabe to Help FX Tell an American Horror Story
The offspring of a true Hollywood legend is joining the cast of FX's upcoming "American Horror Story": Lily Rabe, daughter of Jill Clayburgh, has signed on for six episodes, playing the original owner of the haunted house in which the series is primarily set.
Which Famous Actress' Daughter Is Getting an "Ungodly" Role in American Horror Story?
Last night's winners of The Glee Project aren't the only ones to score a plum new role on a Ryan Murphy series.