Marilu Henner


Marilu Henner as Elaine O’Connor-Nardo and Danny DeVito as Louie De Palma in Taxi (1978-1983)


Elaine Nardo not taking any of Louie’s crap

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The Bucks County Playhouse production of Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, which features the play’s Tony Award-winning author Christopher Durang in the starring role alongside stage and screen actress Marilu Henner, begins performances July 17. Be sure to follow and subscribe for daily updates, news, and auditions! Visit


You know, one of the biggest thrills I have is when famous people recognize me from Taxi. - Marilu Henner


Marilu Henner fangirling over Sting on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno is my favorite thing ever.

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Godspell alum and Orange is the New Black star Uzo Aduba joined Taxi favorite Marilu Henner (who is gearing up to star in Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike at the Bucks County Playhouse) to catch the disco-dancing extravaganza Here Lies Love at the Public Theater on July 7, 2014. Click for photos of their visit! Be sure to follow and subscribe for daily updates, news, and auditions! Visit


L.A. Story (1991, Mick Jackson)


The Crazy Ones 01x22 - The Lighthouse


Marilu Henner, Perfect (1985)


Poppy Montgomery Would Like To Be Briefly ‘Unforgettable’

The CBS mystery/drama Unforgettable is one of the most enjoyable shows on during the Summer. The series focuses on NYPD police detective Carrie Wells, played by Poppy Montgomery. Her character has a very unique medical condition called hyperthymesia, which is the ability to remember everything–including exact days and events that took place.

While hyperthymesia seems like something made up, it’s not. In fact, actress Marilu Henner has the condition and has displayed her abilities on many talk shows. During a press event for Unforgettable, Montgomery was asked whether she thought it would be a blessing or a curse to have hyperthymesia, and Montgomery said that after talking to Marilu Henner she has very mixed feelings.

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