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Honestly, we’re all still just wrapping our heads around it. My biggest worry is — and [series creator] Barbara [Hall] and I have talked about this — what does this do to the show? He’s had surgery, two or three pins, and it’s hard, but it’s interesting.How can we compete with what has now become the most fantastical news? There’s not a lot you can do until that surgery heals, until the bone really takes to the screws. ” I said, “Pantaleoni — it means ‘lion at bay.’ I don’t know what happened to you coming through Ellis Island, but that ain’t a name!He appeared on television at the age 10 in the adaptation of enemy of the People.She plays Secretary of State Elizabeth Mc Cord on the CBS drama “Madam Secretary,” and you get the feeling Téa Leoni could probably do the job in real life.Career and Net Worth Tim Daly career started off when he was merely seven years of age.
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"To see a marriage that's functioning, not in a way that's perfect because there's no such thing, but in a way that is about people who are really powerful and committed is something that we haven't seen on TV and that really interested me," Daly told E!
News."Marriages on television always suck and this one doesn't," he added.
Her father is a Harvard Law-educated attorney, and she herself is a UN goodwill ambassador. Elizabeth Téa Pantaleoni, who’s just turned 51 but looks at least 15 years younger, earned great notices for the well-reviewed yet single-season sitcom “Flying Blind” (Fox, 1992-93), in which she played a libidinous free spirit in love with an ordinary guy. and I knew I only had a limited time so I was firing questions at her.
She’d made her movie debut in “Switch” (1991) and went on to films including “A League of Their Own” (1992), “Bad Boys” (1995), “Deep Impact” (1998), “Jurassic Park III” (2001) and “Tower Heist” (2011), plus the sitcom “The Naked Truth” (ABC/NBC, 1995-98). Who I did meet with for this part was [1997-2001 Secretary of State] Madeleine Albright. And then she came and was on the show, as Secretary Albright, and it was very interesting because she said, “You must stay involved in politics. [Chuckles.] Right about the same time she made a statement saying that she loved the show because it made foreign policy less foreign. It’s funny, that was [CBS newsman] Bob Schieffer and Madeleine Albright inviting us, so we went as a foursome.
God bless, he’s got an amazing attitude — he’s a fighter. ” [Laughs.] Then I say, “This is actually getting creepy because you kind of look like my dad in a way.” And he says, “We’re probably cousins — they screwed up your name coming in!