Monday, December 27, 2010

Laurel Holloman Would Make Bette Porter Swoon, Too: The Autostraddle Interview

Jess chats with Laurel about her emerging art career, the controversy over The Kids Are All Right, her iconic lesbian roles as Tina and Randy Dean, what TV shows she’d be in love with to be on, if she’ll act again and much extra!

If you’re like us, you possibly spent approximately 4-6 years deconstructing every line of dialogue exchanged between Bette Porter and Tina Kinnard, the passionate and turbulent soulmates that formed the pulsing nucleus of the Showtime original series The L Word. Before she was one half of the most holy and blessed union ever to be feature on television, however, Laurel Holloman was already on the radar of gay girls everywhere recognizable with the lesbian film catalogue of the mid-90s. Her breakthrough role as Randy Dean in the 1995 film The amazingly True Adventure of Two Girls In Love launched her indie career, affording her roles in no less than 15 features over the subsequently decade.

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