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One friend didn’t realize anything was up until, she said, Ephron suggested over lunch that the pair have some cheesecake. After that, the friend added, Ephron quietly asked for help getting a cab to go home — which was only a couple of blocks from the restaurant.Just days after that, she entered the hospital where she died.'All the attention and the interviews and busy and… 'I mean, it was all good things but it was also kind of a lot at once.One minute you’re buzzed about, and the next minute you’re too successful and people are sick of you – it’s like, “Ugh, I don’t even want this.” I’m not complaining, because who wouldn’t want their record to be successful?Ephron simply hadn’t told anyone outside of her inner circle.Even then, Ephron, who wrote “When Harry Met Sally . .” and directed “Sleepless in Seattle” and “You’ve Got Mail,” had been vague about how sick she was.When news broke that Nora Ephron was dying in June 2012 — she died on June 26 at New York-Presbyterian Hospital — the entertainment world was stunned.
Jones, who was 22 and who had been raised by a single mother in Texas, had been in New York for only two years, singing in restaurants and small clubs while working part-time as a waitress to support herself.
Metcalf’s funnybone was honed in the theatre and on television, in shows such as Roseanne, in which she played Roseanne’s sister Jackie in the nine-year run.
She and the original cast will reprise their roles over eight episodes being filmed for ABC in the U. They’re bound to come to the UK, where Roseanne had a lot of fans.‘I don’t know where Roseanne’s going with this thing,’ Metcalf told me, ‘but we’re going to pick up where they are in 2017.
Metcalf has been nominated for a best actress Tony for her superb portrait of a woman who survived a suffocating marriage to a man who felt ‘her life was as his little wife’.
The actress said she relished reinventing one of the most famous characters in theatre.Successful ones; about how marriage is cruel, and destroys women’s lives. It’s very funny in places.‘When the play was given to me, I saw the title and I assumed there was some humour in it,’ Metcalf said.