Fact about the Religious Beliefs of Debra Messing
12 Sep 2019SEATTLETIMES.com
In an interview with the Seattle Times, remembering her Jewish community center memories
That was a big part of my parents’ identity, and by proxy, mine. […] It was something I was proud of. I felt it was an opportunity to represent, and ‘Will & Grace’ became known for representing marginalized people, mainly those in the LGBTQ community. That was at the forefront of our discussions: How can we represent in a more progressive way?
Ann May Ceniza
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