Twenty-seven years later, “Thelma & Louise” is still considered a landmark feminist film, certainly worth revisiting in the age of #MeToo.
Best known for playing Alexis Carrington Colby on “Dynasty,” the renowned beauty has been a glamorous Hollywood fixture since the 1950s.
With a host of celebrity guests, Blossom’s colorful fashions and many “very special episodes” dealing with hot-button issues, “Blossom” is now a much-cherished 1990s classic.
Always looking for a laugh, she symbolically chose for her star to be located in front of the movie theater where she had been fired in 1951.
During its five-season run, the flighty, mini-skirt-wearing Boston lawyer contended with her quirky co-workers, as well as her own overactive imagination.
Passionate about helping others and making a difference, Markle is a modern-day Grace Kelly.
Through her comedy, Fey has been a pioneer in bringing a feminist message to audiences.
The decision paved the way for the integration of public schools.