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Woman To Woman Luncheon Last Minute’s Kristin Chenoweth’s MIA Was Saved By Award-Winning Helen Hunt

One couldn’t tell that 10th Anniversary Woman To Woman Luncheon Co-Chairs Rachel Biblo-Block, Beverly Goldman, Julie Gothard, Marcy Kahn, Julie Liberman, Staci Rubin and Laura Weinstein had faced a double-doozy of challenges just hours before the Jewish Family Services of Greater Dallas (JFS) fundraiser on Wednesday, May 25, at the Renaissance Dallas Addison Hotel. After months of preparations and pandemic issues, keynote speaker Kristin Chenoweth had to bail due to coming down with COVID, and moderator WFAA’s Cynthia Izaguirre was called away to cover the Uvalde tragedy. But these last-minute lemons were turned into lemonade thanks to award-winning actress Helen Hunt and Cynthia’s associate Sonia Azad subbing in.
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This Is Us and Superstore stars team up with Helen Hunt for new project

This Is Us star Susan Kelechi Watson and Superstore's Mark McKinney will join Helen Hunt on stage in Jonathan Spector's comedy Eureka Day. Also joining them for the UK premiere of the play will be Pride's Ben Schnetzer and Kirsten Foster, who previously starred in the West End's Life of Pi production.
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Helen Hunt to star in satire at the Old Vic about ‘a highly contagious virus’

Helen Hunt is to star in a “wince-inducing” satire at the Old Vic in London, about a community split by their views on vaccination. Eureka Day, about a mumps outbreak at a school in California, is described by the theatre’s artistic director, Matthew Warchus, as “a very funny, clever and thought-provoking new play set amidst the panic of a highly contagious virus”. Jonathan Spector’s 2018 drama also explores the frenzy of trolling as parents struggle to reach a consensus on mandatory vaccination.
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'Mad About You' Star Helen Hunt Suing Limo Company That Left Her Hospitalized After Crash

Mad About You star Helen Hunt is suing the limo company that she was using in 2019 when she was in a terrible car accident. Hunt's legal team Is claiming that there was negligence on the part of BLS Limousine Service of L.A., Inc, and that they were responsible for the injuries that she suffered during the crash. TMZ reports that Hunt claimed In legal documents that on "top of medical expenses ... she also suffered wage losses and loss of earning capacity -- plus emotional distress, pain, suffering and other damages."
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Helen Hunt Sues L.A. Limo Company After Crash Hospitalized Her

Helen Hunt is suing an L.A. limo company claiming its negligence resulted in a crash that put her in the hospital. The Academy Award-winning actress filed legal docs in L.A., claiming BLS Limousine Service of L.A., Inc. is responsible for the injuries she suffered during a crash on October 16, 2019.
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Helen Hunt reportedly sues limo company for crash that hospitalized her

Helen Hunt is reportedly suing a Los Angeles limo company and claiming its negligence resulted in a crash that landed her in the hospital nearly two years ago. According to documents obtained by TMZ, the 58-year-old actress is claiming BLS Limousine Service of L.A., Inc. is responsible for the injuries she sustained following the wreck that occurred October 16, 2019.
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Helen Hunt Sues L.A. Limo Company Almost 2 Years After Car Crash That Hospitalized Her

Helen Hunt is suing the limousine service that was operating the vehicle she was riding in during a serious car crash in October 2019. According to court documents obtained by PEOPLE, Hunt, 58, filed a complaint via her attorney on Wednesday, claiming personal injury and loss of earnings against BLS Limousine Service of Los Angeles, Inc., in reference to the car accident.
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‘Blindspotting’ Star Jasmine Cephas Jones Talks Trauma, Oakland, and Helen Hunt [Interview]

Singer, actress, and producer Jasmine Cephas Jones can do it all. She played a dual role in the Broadway smash Hamilton and stole every one of her scenes in the 2018 film Blindspotting. Now, she has a starring role in the TV spin-off show about her Blindspotting character, Ashley, putting her center stage. In the Starz series, Cephas Jones is a force of nature – singing, dancing, rapping, and baring her soul to the audience. Blindspotting just wrapped its first season, and we can’t wait to see more, especially from her.
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Helen Hunt explains why her 'Cast Away' kiss with Tom Hanks wasn't romantic at all

Kissing in the rain is simultaneously a cinematic dream and logistical nightmare. That was the case for Helen Hunt and Tom Hanks while filming Cast Away, at least. "In order for rain to show up on film, it has to be droplets the size of coffee cups. Like, it has to be so much rain," Hunt told Kelly Clarkson on the latter's eponymous daytime talk show. "So, we would have this huge romantic kiss. Cut. And then up the driveway, you'd just hear squish, squish, squish, squish, squish."
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