I have a Special Announcement!
Please welcome Lydia Cornell to the S-Q blog as an author/writer!
Lydia Cornell is an American actress, writer, blogger and talk-radio host. She was born on July 23, 1962 in El Paso, Texas. She co-starred as Ted Knight's daughter in the role of Sara Rush on the ABC television situation comedy Too Close for Comfort, and most recently on HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm. Cornell was a Best Actress nominee at Method Fest, which honors outstanding acting performances, for her leading role in the indie "Miss Supreme Queen."
Cornell was also a People's Choice Award winner for Too Close For Comfort. She has appeared on numerous television programs over the years, including Drew Carey Show, Quantum Leap Pilot, Full House, Knight Rider, The Dukes of Hazzard, A-Team, T.J. Hooker, Simon & Simon, Hunter, Hardball, Black Scorpion, Love Boat (5 episodes) Hotel (2 episodes), Fantasy Island, Charlies Angels, and Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve as co-host with Happy Days Anson Williams. She also co-starred with Oscar winners James Earl Jones, Jose Ferrer and Lila Kedrova in the horror film "Blood Tide" also known as "Demon Island" or "The Red Tide", filmed in the Greek Isles. Rounding out the cast were Martin Kove, Deborah Shelton, and Mary Louise Weller. Lydia is also a comedienne, political writer and novelist. Her grandfather was Henry Ward Beecher Stowe.Lydia Cornell- Wikipedia
LOS ANGELES – Lydia Cornell, a *Best Actress nominee at Method Fest for the indie film “Miss Supreme Queen”, is also an accomplished political writer, novelist and comedienne. She recently guest-starred with Larry David on HBO’s “Curb your Enthusiasm”; wrote and produced her own film Venus Conspiracy, and had leads in the feature films “Nooner” Erik Attias’ PBS play, and “Dean and Nancy”, along with Steven Tyler and Jon Bon Jovi. She also hosted the 2004 World Travel Awards in Barbados with The Sopranos’ Michael Imperioli, Curb’s Cheryl Hines, and Law & Order’s Richard Belzer.
In addition to her new book of political essay, "HOW TO TALK TO ANN COULTER, IF YOU MUST", Lydia’s new book Falling Up, is based on her humiliating adventures in Hollywood and spiritual growth. It is being developed for the stage.
Lydia Cornell- Website