Posted on April 5, 2010
With a long career in film and theater actress reappeared on screen as Nina Sharp from Fringe intriguing, the "most SciFi" Fox series
"The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd" was an exceptional U.S. TV in the late '80s program. It used to frame in the sitcom genre, but is more suited to what we Americans call "dramedy", a fusion of comedy and drama.
Molly, played by Blair Brown, was as unusual as the program that gave name: a woman adored by all (including ex-husbands) wearing a somewhat hippie and disorderly life. This character, at once tender and blocked by their constant emotional and job changes, awarded Brown notorious popularity in U.S.
Off screen, Brown continued to reap huge impact as a theater actress, confesses field where feel freer. In 2000 he won the Tony Award as best actress for Copenhagen Classic Michael Frayn which addresses the debate between science and ethics during World War II.
Among the "bad" Fringe
Currently, Brown has been in the skin of Nina Sharp on Fringe . Nina is an intriguing and speculative woman who must defend the best kept secrets of Massive Dynamics. As an employee of that dark multinational Sharp works with all weapons technology continues to subordinate objectives as spurious. This commitment by the Fox sci-fi thriller is directed by JJ Abrams (Lost it) and already renewed for a third season contract.
By the way, we share with you the following excerpt from an interview in which Brown tells about his role in the series and his foray into science fiction. Meanwhile, Blair from here include not only as a performer but also as a host of luxury.