Comedian says he was “surprised and concerned” to learn she was uncomfortable with the activity he thought was “completely consensual.”
At 8 she performed with the Village Players, who get a shout-out from her character in a fake Chantix commercial.
“The Bannon dynasty is dawning!,” insists the disgraced former White House advisor.
The actress visited the city decades ago in an exchange program and has happy memories of Chicago Shakespeare Theatre and other sights.
The former Chicago comedian will answer questions and show two upcoming episodes of the HBO series.
ROEPER: The host also cleverly noted “Hollywood foreign press” are the three scariest words in the language to President Trump.
Her career started when she was a toddler, stretched nearly a century and included success in theater, radio, nightclubs, movies and TV.
Most of “Pitch Perfect 3” was filmed in Atlanta, but the stars also love talking about all things Chicago while promoting the franchise’s 3rd movie.
“Julia Sweeney: Older and Wider,” promises the comedian’s present-day take on everything from parenting to feminism and everything in between.
A memorial service was held two weeks ago at the Lake Forest home of Jack Graham, a college rugby pal from Farley’s days at Marquette University.
The song-and-dance man says the man he plays in “The Greatest Showman” is the kind of original character this city embraces.
The actor relates to the hard-hitting Bears after taking a tackle by Ving Rhames.
ZWECKER: The fun comes from watching Jack Black, Dwayne Johnson and co-stars playing against type.
In his wrestling days as The Rock, the muscular future movie star got booed for flashing a phony smile.
“I think all my standup is pretty relatable. I have 12-, 15- and 18-year-old daughters now. My wife and I have been married for 25 years,” Breuer says