Posts Tagged ‘LA’

Parade Cover: Robert Downey Jr.

Tuesday, January 21st, 2020

After more than a decade as Iron Man, he’s now kung fu fighting and managing a menagerie at home — and in Dolittle.

I sat down with Robert Downey Jr. in my hood for my latest cover story for Parade magazine. He’s so much fun to talk to, we could barely keep on a single conversation thread, but we somehow managed to talk about his childhood, his family, his passions and his newest movie, Dolittle.

Read the full story: Robert Downey Jr. Opens Up About Life After Iron Man, Kung Fu Fighting and Managing a Menagerie in Dolittle 

 

Men’s Journal Fashion: Keegan-Michael Key

Tuesday, January 21st, 2020

The Comic Actor May Layer His Style For Winter, But He Is Shedding the Manic Characters That Made Him a Star—and Getting Comfortable In His Own Skin

For the December 2019 issue of Men’s Journal, I sat down with actor Keegan-Michael Key to talk about his career path, his fashion preferences, and his next moves in the new year.

Read the full story: The Snow Job. Keegan-Michael Key. Keegan-Michael Key on ‘Subtle-izing’ His Style and Getting Comfortable in His Own Skin

From the December 2019 issue of Men’s Journal.

Mark Harmon on NCIS, Football and Life as a Family Man

Wednesday, September 18th, 2019

My sit-down with actor Mark Harmon on his football past as a UCLA quarterback, his NCIS future, and getting his start with Ozzie & Harriet. Read the story: Mark Harmon on NCIS, Football and Life as a Family Man.

Kimberly Williams-Paisley: A Mother’s Memories

Wednesday, September 18th, 2019

It was a joy speaking with actress and advocate Kimberly Williams-Paisley for the cover of Parade magazine to tell a beautiful and important story about her mother for those who are, have been, or may be impacted by Alzheimer’s disease.

#parademagazine #caregiving #endalz #alzassociation

Cracking Up with Amy Poehler & Maya Rudolph

Thursday, May 16th, 2019

Parade magazine cover feature: Sunday, May 5, 2019

What makes them laugh, the joys of friendship over 40, and the girls’ trip that inspired their new movie Wine Country—directed by Poehler for Netflix.

A longer version of the original print feature can be found on the Parade magazine website: Amy Poehler and Maya Rudolph Talk Female Friendships, Comedy, SNL, Wine and More by Amy Spencer

 

This is Us: Susan Kelechi Watson

Thursday, May 16th, 2019

Good Housekeeping cover feature, March 2019

The Good Housekeeping March cover star opens up about what it’s really like to be part of America’s favorite TV family on This is Us.

A longer version of the original print feature can be found on the Parade magazine website: This is Us‘s Susan Kelechi Watson on Her Career, Castmates and “Practicing the Life You Want” by Amy Spencer

Dennis Quaid: All-Star

Thursday, May 16th, 2019

Parade magazine cover feature: Sunday, April 28, 2019

Dennis Quaid talks about growing up loving baseball, his dog Peaches, his favorite roles, working on The Rookie, his passion for music, and why he’ll never retire.

A longer version of the original print feature can be found on the Parade magazine website: Dennis Quaid on His Career, Baseball, and Why He Feels Like a 12-Year-Old Most of the Time by Amy Spencer

–Amy Spencer

Sally Field: Acting Set Her Free

Thursday, October 11th, 2018

Parade magazine cover feature: Sunday, September 23, 2018

Oscar-winning actress Sally Field on her traumatic childhood, surviving in a male-dominated business, aging with grace and always moving forward.

A longer version of the original print feature can be found on the Parade magazine website: Sally Field Opens Up About Surviving Sexual Abuse and Thriving in a Male-Dominated Business by Amy Spencer

Sofia Vergara Bares (Almost) All

Thursday, October 11th, 2018

Health magazine, October 2018

Cover feature: Sofia Vergara Talks Modern Family, Skincare Tips, and the Secret to Her Steamy Marriage by Amy Spencer

Zoey Deutch: From Disney Star to Vigilante

Sunday, April 29th, 2018

My latest Alexa cover feature for The New York Post: an interview with actress Zoey Deutch—daughter of Lea Thompson, star of this month’s indie film Flower, and the upcoming star of the Netflix romcom series Set It Up.

When we sat down in a photo studio in Downtown L.A., she talked about her starring role in this month’s indie film Flower, her focus on the Times Up movement, working with her famous family, and–because she’s awesome–her favorite food order at Katz’s deli in New York City.

You can read the full story here: Zoey Deutch Goes from Disney Star to Vigilante.

—Amy