Partners in crime! Rizzoli & Isles took the crime show genre to the next level with its 2010 premiere, focusing on two female friends and colleagues who didn’t need anyone else to solve the case. Based on the novels by Tess Gerritsen, the TNT drama followed detective Jane Rizzoli (Angie Harmon) and medical examiner Dr. […]
Aug. 10 (UPI) -- Those born on this day are under the sign of Leo. -- Edmund Jennings Randolph, the first U.S. attorney general, in 1753. -- Herbert Hoover, 31st president of the United States, in 1874. -- Actor Jack Haley in 1898. -- Guitar maker Leo Fender in 1909.
“She’s just flat-out meaner than Jane Rizzoli,” says Angie Harmon (above) of Hazel King, the gruff ex-hitwoman who’s finally brought Harmon back to TV six years after TNT’s cop dramedy Rizzoli & Isles ended. In Buried in Barstow, the first film in a planned franchise, Hazel’s...
After taking a few years off from acting, Angie Harmon — best known for her roles as Jane Rizzoli on Rizzoli & Isles (2010-16) and Abbie Carmichael on Law & Order (1998-2001) — is back with a new Lifetime project that she executive produces and, of course, stars in.
Fans of Angie's know her for her memorable roles on Law & Order and Rizzoli and Isles. Now, the star is starring as a single mother and former hit woman in the first installment of the movie series Buried in Barstow. "She's not necessarily making the most ethical choices, but...
Be on the lookout Law & Order fans, you may be seeing Angie Harmon return to the DA’s office very soon. For those of you who don’t remember, Harmon played Abbie Carmichael, a high-powered ADA with conservative views that sometimes caused her to butt heads with Sam Waterson’s DA Jack McCoy and his team. For three seasons, she starred as a series regular, appearing in 72 episodes. The actress also crossed into the first season of Special Victims Unit. In it, she took its DA spot for a handful of episodes.
Actors Angie Harmon and Kristoffer Polaha share a hilarious blooper story from the set of ‘Buried in Barstow’
We couldn’t stop laughing when Angie Harmon and Kristoffer Polaha shared a story about their attempt to make a love scene more “sexy” in their new Lifetime original movie, “Buried in Barstow”. Harmon serves as Executive Producer and plays a single mother who relocates to a small California town to protect her daughter from her past as a hit woman… but it comes back to haunt her. “Buried in Barstow” is the first installment in a series of movies that Harmon will produce for Lifetime.