The Suburbarazzi has been fishing through the list of Emmy nominees and we’ve come up with quite a hefty list of connections to the lower Hudson Valley. Leave a comment if you find more.
Lead Actress in a Drama
Glenn Close, Damages â€” house in Bedford
Actress In a Miniseries or a Movie
Susan Sarandon, Bernard And Doris â€” home in Pound Ridge
Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
Vanessa Williams, Ugly Betty â€” lives in Chappaqua
Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Kevin Dillon, Entourage â€” grew up in Mamaroneck
Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie
Audra McDonald, Raisin in the Sun â€” Lives in Croton
Guest Actor in a Comedy
Rip Torn, 30 Rock â€” arrested for DUI in North Salem in 2007
Guest Actor in a Drama
Stanley Tucci, ER â€” went to John Jay in Katonah, lives in North Salem
Guest Actress in a Comedy
Edie Falco, 30 Rock â€” went to SUNY Purchase
Guest Actress in a Drama
Ellen Burstyn, Big Love â€” Lives in Nyack
Best Made for TV Movie
Raisin in the Sun, executive produced by Sean “Diddy” Combs â€” grew up in Mount Vernon
(Diddy: AP Photo/Chris Pizzello; Susan Sarandon: AP Photo/Martial Trezzini)
On the big show this week: Joe Girardi visits Fox Lane High School, Emeril jumps ship from the Food Network, and Diddy’s Foxwoods bash.
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Quiz: Leona Lewis, one of the hitmakers to be helmed by Pound Ridge resident Clive Davis, scored an international No. 1 with her hit “Bleeding Love.” Which singer with ties to the Lower Hudson Valley cowrote the song?
A. Mariah Carey, formerly of Bedford
B. Kimberley Locke, North Salem resident
C. Jesse McCartney, Ardsley native
The answer, as always, is at the end of the video or after the break. It’s also revealed in, uh, the next post down.
Mount Vernon native Sean “Diddy” Combs has had a busy month so far. First, on May 2, he got his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and, according to People, proclaimed himself the black Bruce Willis. (Actually, the full quote was: “I’m trying to get my Black Bruce Willis on.”)
And on that same day, he was reportedly spotted having lunch with his ex, Kim Porter, at Italian restaurant Trilussa in Beverly Hills. You may recall, Diddy and Porter split a month ago, after Porter gave birth to the couple’s twin girls, D’Lila Star and Jessie James. Including son Christian, that’s three kids the couple has.
Could this lunch mean the couple’s giving it another go? BlogXilla certainly hopes so. Here, they share “13 reasons to get back with your baby mama.”
Thanks to Amy Vernon for the tip!
(AP Photos/Reed Saxon)
Over the course of the next month, as we build up to the Oscars, we’re going to try to uncover every conceivable thing to write about New Rocheller Ruby Dee, who’s up for Best Supporting Actress. Today, courtesy of Friend of Suburbarazzi Amy Vernon, we’ve got something for you to add to the DVR queue.
On the night after the Academy Awards, ABC is airing an update of the classic “A Raisin in the Sun,” produced by Sean “Puffy” Combs. The original 1961 film starred Dee (bottom left) opposite Sidney Poitier (a former Pleasantville resident), and while this one doesn’t actually feature either, it does have SUNY Purchase Performing Arts Center regular Audra McDonald (bottom right) reprising Dee’s role, this time opposite Combs.
Be sure to check it out: MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25 (8:00-11:00 p.m., ET)
(Dee: AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill; McDonald: photo by Michael Wilson)