10/01/2021 · (1973) - Alan Alda, Louise Lasser Just Me and You (1978) - Louise Lasser, Charles Grodin; script by Lasser Killer Bees (1974) - Kate Jackson, Gloria Swanson A Killing Affair (1977) - Elizabeth Montgomery, O.J. Simpson (Yeah, I know we'll never see this one.) Let’s Switch (1975) – Barbara Eden, Barbara Feldon
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22/10/2020 · Louise Lasser was reportedly the first person to be banned from SNL. According to Saturday Night: A Backstage History of Saturday Night Live , the actor was banned because she "rambled incoherently" during meetings, "refused to do pieces that had been written for her," and locked herself in her dressing room 20 minutes before the show began.
25/10/2018 · On est tous un peu nostalgiques quand on pense aux émissions de télé de “dans le temps”. Tellement qu’il y a même une chaîne dédiée juste à ça à laquelle on peut s’abonner.
The Method to Louise Lasser’s Madness in ‘Blood Rage’ By Jacob Trussell As the forlorn mother of an evil twin, she delivers an acting masterclass in this Thanksgiving-themed slasher.
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03/03/2020 · As the first person ever banned from Saturday Night Live, actress Louise Lasser was described as incoherent during her hosting appearance in the first season of the show on July 24, 1976. As if showing up to host completely lit wasn't bad enough, according to production assistant Neil Levy, Lasser was also found crawling through the "SNL" offices looking for drugs.