Alyssa Milano is rocking a perfectly purple hairstyle!
The actress shared a photo of herself looking almost unrecognizable on the set of her new comedy, “The Now,” where she’ll play a recurring character named Sarah.
Milano, 46, is sporting gorgeous purple tresses, which she matched with purple eye shadow, purple nails and a purple camisole. She completed the look with a septum piercing.
“Meet Sarah, the tow truck driver,” Milano wrote.
“The Now” is a comedy from The Farrelly Brothers, who have been behind movies such as “There’s Something About Mary,” “Dumb and Dumber,” and “Hall Pass.” The show will air on Quibi, the hotly anticipated shortform streaming service from Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman, which is set to launch in April 2020.
“The Now” is said to center around Dave Franco, who will play Ed Poole — a man trying to forget his past, not worry about the future and to simply enjoy the present. In addition to Milano, the star-studded show includes Daryl Hannah and Bill Murray, although additional details about the comedy have been kept under wraps.
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Milano’s fierce new look earned plenty of supportive comments from fellow celebrities and fans. David Arquette reacted with a few fire emojis, while another fan remarked that she was giving off an old Hollywood vibe, circa 2019.
“Wow! Natalie Wood classic gorgeous,” they wrote.
Milano has been keeping busy, both on screen and off. The actress is also featured on the Netflix series “Insatiable.” When she isn’t acting, Milano has also been a prolific voice lobbying for gun control, detained migrant children and women’s rights.
Shannen heeft haar verzekeringsmaatschappij aangeklaagd omdat ze weigeren haar al claims te honoreren na de schade aan haar huis in Malibu na de bosbranden. In de rechtzaak verwijt de verkeringsmaatschappij dat Shannen en haar man weigeren mee te werken aan hun onderzoek en zij haar medische dossier niet wil aanleveren. Een uitspraak door de rechter is nog niet gedaan.
Actress Shannen Doherty is allegedly refusing to let her doctor be grilled under oath in the ongoing court battle over damage damage to her Malibu mansion.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, State Farm Insurance has rushed to court demanding a judge step in.
Doherty sued State Farm accusing them of refusing to cover her claims relating to damage done by the Woolsey Fire. The insurance company denies all allegations of wrongdoing. The case is headed to trial in the near future.
In newly filed court documents, State Farm claims, “As of September 11, 2019, State Farm has paid benefits totaling $1,084,948.01 to clean and repair plaintiff’s home and personal property, and for temporary housing and furniture rental. Although State Farm paid for the damage to plaintiff’s home, personal property, and for temporary housing and furniture rental, plaintiff nevertheless alleges she is entitled to additional benefits under her Homeowner’s Policy.”
They claim to have requested a site inspection of her home, months after the fire ended. State Farm claims Doherty has given them the run around and has yet to allow them to access the home damage.
Further, they claim both Doherty’s husband, Kurt Iswarienko, of refusing to sit for a deposition in the case.
“On November 19, 2019, State Farm asked Iswarienko on four instances whether he would appear at his deposition or whether alternative dates were available. Each inquiry was met with a vague response, and Iswarienko, for the first time, represented that State Farm’s desire to depose him was “harassing”.
They accuse Doherty of refusing to produce relevant medical records from her physician Dr. Piro. The motion states, “After State Farm made repeated attempts to confirm the deposition of Dr. Piro, plaintiff’s counsel advised that it was representing Dr. Piro in connection with subpoena and that objections would be served.”