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Mayor Michelle Gomez to Give State of the City Address

Mayor Michelle Gomez will recap the city’s accomplishments in 2021 and share the vision for the bright future of Tamarac at the State of the City Address. The public is welcome to attend in person on Wednesday, March 9, at 7:00 p.m. or watch it live online. Every year,...
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Mayor Michelle Gomez Holds Kickoff for Reelection Campaign

Mayor Michelle Gomez’s reelection campaign kick-off turnout surpassed volunteers’ expectations. With over 200 in attendance at Chow Time Grill and Buffet, the restaurant had to open another room to accommodate them. A city commissioner since 2010, Gomez served as a vice mayor four times, then elected as mayor...
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Inside the Idyllic Connecticut Country Home of Actress Michelle Gomez

“There were these things called… Trees,” says Doctor Who actress Michelle Gomez, mocking her own astonishment at the verdant spectacle closing in on the 1865 country house that she and her husband, Pirates of the Caribbean actor Jack Davenport, had purchased in Litchfield County, Connecticut, just a few months earlier, during the winter of 2018, when the property was cloaked in snow.

Michelle Gomez on 'Doom Patrol' Season 3 and Going From Madam Satan to Madame Rouge

Warning: This interview contains light spoilers for Episode 5 of 'Doom Patrol' Season 3, "Dada Patrol." Doom Patrol is back for a third season and shows no signs of slowing down on its gloriously bonkers storytelling — but the motley members of the Doom Patrol have another person joining their ranks now that the show has returned. A mysterious woman (Michelle Gomez) arrived in town via time machine at the end of the Season 3 premiere, with no memory of who she is or what her purpose might be. Subsequent episodes have since revealed her to be Laura de Mille — who comics fans will recognize as an alias for the villainous Madame Rouge. But Laura's not there yet, and it's in her developing relationships with the rest of the Doom Patrol, as well as a particularly ominous warning letter written by Niles Caulder (Timothy Dalton), that she might start to uncover who she really is.

‘Doom Patrol’: Michelle Gomez Says the ‘Doctor Who’ References Made Her Feel at Home

[Warning: The below contains MAJOR spoilers for Doom Patrol Season 3 Episode 5 “Dada Patrol.”]. Laura De Mille/Madame Rouge (Michelle Gomez) sends most of the Doom Patrol on a mission to track down the Sisterhood of Dada in the October 7 episode, while she stays back and has a heart-to-heart of sorts (and drinks) with Rita Farr (April Bowlby) as she’s still trying to figure out just who she is.
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‘Doom Patrol’: Michelle Gomez Says Madame Rouge Is ‘Devastated’ After That Revelation

[Warning: The below contains MAJOR spoilers for Doom Patrol Season 3 Episode 4 “Undead Patrol.”]. By the end of the fourth episode of Doom Patrol Season 3, Michelle Gomez’s character, Madame Rouge, has become entangled in one of the group’s crazy adventures (they turn into zombies!) and found out some information about herself she might not like.

Doom Patrol: Michelle Gomez Teases Madame Rouge's Journey

The third season of Doom Patrol debuts Thursday, September 23rd on HBO Max and will see not only the aftermath of the team's confrontation with Candlemaker from Season 2 but the introduction of Madame Rouge. Played by Chilling Adventures of Sabrina star Michelle Gomez, the character is described as arriving in a time machine "with a very specific mission, if only she could remember it". It's a description that certainly sets things up for a good bit of mystery and potentially some big adventures, but according to Gomez, Madame Rouge is much like the DC series' other characters in the sense that she's on her own journey through discovery.
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Michelle Gomez: Meet Doom Patrol Season 3’s Madame Rouge

Michelle Gomez is one of our generation’s best character actors. She’s been blessing genre fans with incredible performances like Missy in Doctor Who, Madame Satan in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, and most recently as the dynamic and dangerous Miranda in The Flight Attendant. So the announcement that she’d be joining HBO Max’s groundbreaking superhero series Doom Patrol was a match made in heaven. Gomez will be playing Madame Rouge, a sometime ally, sometime antagonist of the motley crew. To celebrate her arrival, we spoke to Gomez about her new role, her penchant for playing complex women, and the grotesque hilarity fans can expect when Madame Rouge joins the show.
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Michelle Gomez is a time-traveling Madame Rouge in Doom Patrol S3 trailer

Michelle Gomez is always a welcome addition to any series, whether playing the Master on Doctor Who or Madame Satan on the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. So we were thrilled to learn she was joining the cast for the upcoming third season of Doom Patrol. And now we have our first good look at her portrayal of Madame Rouge in the official S3 trailer.

‘Doom Patrol’ Season 3 Official Trailer: Michelle Gomez Debuts as Madame Rouge

HBO Max’s official Doom Patrol season three trailer begins with Michelle Gomez (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina) as Madame Rouge arriving in a time travel capsule and totally confusing the Doom Patrol, with Rita immediately cutting to the chase and asking, “Who in the sweet mercy of f*ck are you?” Madame Rouge quickly explains she needs them to help kill the Brotherhood of Evil…oh, she always warns the Sisterhood of Dada is going to be an even bigger problem.

Michelle Gomez arrives to stop the Sisterhood of Dada in Doom Patrol season 3 trailer

Will this time traveler who doesn't even remember who she is be a help or a hindrance to the misfit superhero team?. Doom Patrol is bringing in some new faces for season 3. Foremost among them is Michelle Gomez (Doctor Who), who will be portraying Madame Rouge. Following EW's first look at her last week, you can now see Gomez in action in the latest trailer for Doom Patrol season 3.