Posts Tagged ‘ALEXA’

Kaley Cuoco: Smarty Pants

Thursday, September 14th, 2017

My second sit-down with actress and amateur equestrian jumper Kaley Cuoco appears in this week’s ALEXA magazine in The New York Post.

If you missed the issue, here’s my full Kaley Cuoco profile, where you can read about her love for her boyfriend, pantsuits, Sazeracs, The Big Bang Theory, and the passion she hopes to turn into a full-time career.

—Amy

 

Alison Brie Gets Her Fashion On in ALEXA

Thursday, March 17th, 2016

This week’s latest is a feature I did for The New York Post with the gorgeous, quirky and hilarious Alison Brie. We met at a cafe by the Hollywood sign to talk about fashion, love and work. And there was a lot of work to talk about.

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Alison has been in so much it’s almost hard to keep track of her: Mad Men, Community, The Five-Year Engagement, How to Be Single, Get a Job, and the one I’m most looking forward to: the new ITV British period drama from Julian Fellowes (from Downton Abbey) called Dr. Thorne, in which Alison will play an American character.

And she shared some funny memories about growing up and some insights to her engagement to James Franco’s younger brother Dave Franco.

You know what? I’ll just let the feature story tell you all you need to know about what she’s up to these days. You can read the whole fashion ALEXA special on the New York Post site: Alison Brie: The Biggest Misconception About Me is That I’m Wholesome. It was pure fun chatting with her. Hope you enjoy.

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—Amy Spencer

 

Dylan Penn: The Next Generation

Tuesday, November 24th, 2015

It’s almost uncanny how much Dylan Penn looks like her mother, Robin Wright. (With maybe a dash of her dad Sean Penn thrown in.) But when I got to sit and talk with her for a recent issue of ALEXA magazine with the New York Post, I got to see that she is forging her own path.

Right now, she’s modeling and acting in the film Condemned (a horror film set in a condemned New York City building). But she’s also looking toward the future, watching and learning from her parents and hoping to get behind the camera to tell the stories she wants to tell.

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Read more about what Dylan had to say about her lineage and dreams in Dylan Penn/New York Post.

—Amy