Posts Tagged ‘magazine’

HGTV: A Makeover, Bright Side Up!

Thursday, September 28th, 2017

I added a new kind of interview to the mix this season by talking with a California family and their home designer for this month’s issue of HGTV magazine. The story highlights a fresh before and after makeover of the Ueberroth family home in Costa Mesa, CA.

They revamped their slightly dark and dreary former house into a light, bright home for their vibrant family of five—with a lot of paint and without tearing down walls.

Check out their gorgeous home in the sixteen-page feature in the September 2017 issue.

You can read the full story here: A California Home Gets an Impressive New Look. But in the meantime, here’s a taste of some of that decor…

—Amy

The Will & Grace Revival

Thursday, September 28th, 2017

In honor of the revival of Will & Grace on NBC (debuting Sept. 28 at 9 pm on NBC), I spoke with all four of the Will & Grace castmembers for the cover of PARADE magazine: Will & Grace: Revival of the Wittiest

Read about their favorite memories making the show and what they look forward to this season.

—Amy

Nerds Rule: The Stars of Young Sheldon

Friday, September 15th, 2017

How did they find just the right little star to play everyone’s favorite nerd from The Big Bang Theory as a boy?

The answer is in one of my latest features covering the September 10 edition of Parade magazine.

You can read my Young Sheldon profile on Parade.com featuring interviews with both Jim Parsons—who plays Sheldon on the original hit show—and the star of the brand new CBS spinoff Young Sheldon, Iain Armitage.

—Amy

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

 

Like Fathers, Like Sons: Sam Elliott and Ashton Kutcher

Tuesday, June 20th, 2017

This weekend, in honor of Father’s Day, my latest cover feature was published: A sit down chat with two of the stars of the Netflix sitcom The Ranch, which just debuted a new season. Lucky for me, those two stars were Sam Elliott and Ashton Kutcher (who also co-produces the show), for the cover of the June 18, 2017 issue of Parade magazine.

It was an honor to talk to each of them about growing up with their dads, as well as what they’ve learned and love about being dads themselves now. You can read my full piece here—Like Fathers, Like Sons—on the Parade site.

And aside from Sam Elliott’s role on The Ranch, the countdown is on for the release of his upcoming movie The Hero, out July 4th. Consider me first in line for that one…

—Amy

 

Erin Andrews: “I’m Really Lucky”

Tuesday, June 20th, 2017

If you grab the July 2017 issue of Health magazine, you can read my latest story:

The issue features my sit-down cover interview with Erin Andrews—NFL field reporter and co-host of Dancing with the Stars.

Erin was so down to earth and refreshingly open about her life and the health issues she had to battle this past year—along with some fun shares about her current life with her beau and new pup!

You can read the full story here on the Health site: Erin Andrews on her Cervical Cancer Scare and Roller Coaster Year: I’m Really Lucky. Or pick up a magazine and see it all there!

—Amy

Naomi Watts on Family: “I’m In a Good Place”

Tuesday, June 20th, 2017

One of my latest: My cover interview with actress Naomi Watts for the June 11, 2017 issue of Parade magazine. A rad mom, kind person, and a daaaamn good actress.

She talked about growing up, raising her two boys, and her new film The Book of Henry.

You can read the full story—Naomi Watts on Being a Mom and Playing One in the Movies—on the Parade magazine site.

—Amy

Goldie Hawn & Amy Schumer

Tuesday, May 9th, 2017

This weekend’s latest: My interview with Goldie Hawn and Amy Schumer—the stars of the new film Snatched—for the May 7 issue of Parade magazine.

And you can read the full interview here: Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn go on Mother-Daughter Misadventure in Snatched. The film debuts May 12.

-Amy

Tracee Ellis Ross: Fit and Fierce

Tuesday, March 14th, 2017

Some days, I can’t believe my luck—that my job is to sit down to chat with some of the most creative, confident, inspiring, badass women. And this month is no different.

I got to sit down with Tracee Ellis Ross—Emmy winning star of the hilarious and important show Blackish, former star of Girlfriends, daughter of Diana Ross, and the cover star of the March 2017 issue of Health magazine.

You can check out our full interview  here on the Health site: Tracee Ellis Ross: “At 22, I woke up like that. At 44, I work really hard.” 

Read what she has to say about her intense workout routine with Tracy Anderson, the lessons she’s learned with age, how she came to love her body (which is badass as you can see) and her vices (the funniest I’ve heard yet!).

—Amy

America the Beautiful

Saturday, March 4th, 2017

Here is another one of my latest: An interview with the warm, wise, funny, fierce and inspiring America Ferrera for the March 2017 issue of Redbook.

We met up on the set of the NBC television show Superstore, which she not only stars in, but is also a producer. We got to chat about what (and who!) has inspired her to take chances at work, how she ups her confidence, how she pushed herself to complete a triathlon last year—yeah, a dang triathlon—and what makes her marriage work.

You can read some bites of our talk here on the Redbook site: America Ferrera is Not Afraid of Being a Little Big Scared. This isn’t the whole piece, but it’s a few choice bites. My favorite is what she said at the end of our talk, about how she plans to do more as a women in business—which of course extends far beyond entertainment for all of us…

“We talk about a lot of things we want to see more women doing. We want more women producers, more women writers, more women directors–and you can only say that so many times before you say, ‘I’m a woman. What’s stopping me from doing this?’ I’ve had to ask myself: Why not me?”

Amen, girl. Like a boss.

—Amy