The gallery was updated with 2 HQ shoots from the PCA.
Editorial Shoots > Portraits > Portrait Session #014
The gallery was updated with HQ images of Lisa during the Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2015 – Opening Night of yesterday. Enjoy them and please credit if re-posting. Thank you!
Public Apperances > Events from 2015 > Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2015 – Opening Night
Lisa Edelstein’s Abby McCarthy character on Bravo’s Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce is a self-help book author who might not have all the answers as her family begins to fall apart following her separation from her husband. Now, she has to figure out how to get her life back on track and learn to be single again.
When she stopped by EW, we found out what Edelstein was like growing up for our Pop Culture Personality Test, from her disco “Le Freak” days to joining Madonna in the boxers-as-shorts phase. She definitely caught the Saturday Night Fever fever.
Check out the video here.
I’ve added to the gallery HD screencaptures from last episode of Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce. Enjoy them!
Television > TV Series > Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce > Episode Screencaptures > 1×09 – Rule #32: F-you, Rob Frumpkis!
The one scan of Lisa was added to the gallery.
Editorial Shoots > Magazines > Scans from 2015 > The Hollywood Reporter – January 30, 2015
Food & Bounty, the just-opened canteen at Hollywood’s Sunset Gower Studios (1438 N. Gower St.), is reinventing the studio commissary, where food is often “phoned in,” says chef-owner Helen Cavallo.
Her casual, employees- and guests-only eatery serves fresh, locally sourced food, with plenty of vegetarian options (such as cauliflower steaks with romanesco sauce) alongside classics such as the Cubano panini. The menu suits Lisa Edelstein, the lead of Bravo’s Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce, which operated its production offices out of the studio during its debut season. “I like my job more than I like pasta,” jokes Edelstein, whose diet includes neither meat nor gluten. (Tony Goldwyn, who shoots Scandal at Sunset Gower, also is a regular.)
Girlfriends’ Guide creator Marti Noxon remembers her writers previously using the patio for smoke breaks, dubbing it “Casa de Fumar.” Now it’s occupied by rows of aeroponic towers where Cavallo grows produce, provided by LA Urban Farms. A former executive producer for Quentin Tarantino’s company A Band Apart, Cavallo quit nearly a decade ago to pursue cooking, launching Food & Bounty six years ago as a catering company and now adding her first restaurant to the mix.
“It’s the way our parents and grandparents used to eat,” says Cavallo, whose menu also includes her aunt’s meatball recipe. “It’s real food.”
This story first appeared in the Jan. 30 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.