Faye Dunaway, Panelist
Panelist: Faye Dunaway - Actor
Faye Dunaway knows what it takes to be a Hollywood starlet. After all, she's been there and done that, in a big, big way. Dunaway made her mark in Hollywood (and earned her first of many Oscar noms) in 1967, with her starring role in Bonnie and Clyde opposite Warren Beatty. Since then she has packed her resume with countless stellar starring roles in many critically acclaimed films such as Chinatown, Barfly, Mommie Dearest and Network in which she won the Oscar for Best Actress. This legendary leading lady is often described as an icon by her peers and continues to work on numerous film and television projects as an actor, writer, producer and director.
No wire hangars, ever!!!!
Sorry...had to get that off my chest.
Has she fallen on hard times? Seriously, this is a big name to get for the show. Huge, even.
From what I saw on the trailer, she looks like she will be the Simon of the group. :kitty
Should be interesting. :teeth
Originally Posted by oneTVslave
I don't think it's hard times,she did a couple of movies in 2004.
Originally Posted by hepcat
Right you are, this is a huge name for Fleiss to be involved with,
she must not watch reality TV.
She is a crazy one
It's so crazy that this accomplished actress would want to be join this show. I can't wait to see what she has to say. I wish I had heard about this show, I would really love to work with faye.
I hate to admit it, but she actually sounded cohert and serious about what she's doing here in that little interview tape they have for her on Thewb.com. Maybe someone forgot to tell her "reality shows is bad, mmmkay".
the Oscar-winning Dunaway admits she knows little of reality shows,
and was unaware of Fleiss' previous credits, which sort of explains her
surprising participation here. Even more surprising is how much dignity
she brings to the enterprise-and how seriously she takes the judging,
the women and their dreams, even when dashing them.
The full story may be perceived as spoiler information by some.
She lives in that rare (almost non-existant) old-style Hollywood bubble, where such things are possible, yes. From any celeb coming along these days, I'd think it ridiculous if they professed a basic ignorance of reality TV. It's like the bubble Emily Gilmore on Gilmore Girls lives in--where people have never even SEEN fast food or any TV channel other than PBS.
Originally Posted by Noreen
The article has one big funny in it:
Bwaaaaaaa! OTH is SO crap on toast. So easy to mock. But it's exposure.
competing for such grand prizes as a guest shot on WB's prime-time soap, "One Tree Hill." (The joke here is easy: Second prize is two guest shots on "One Tree Hill.)
I have to admit... I'm looking forward to her delivering that line.
She's the Simon Cowell of this group. She's also the Donald Trump, complete with her own send-the-losers-on-their-way catch phrase: "Don't call us, we'll call you."
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