Lorelai Gilmore will make her triumphant return this November when "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life" debuts on Netflix.
But for fans who can't get enough of the woman behind the beloved television character, actress Lauren Graham is also writing a memoir about her experiences on "Gilmore," both during the show's original run from 2000 to 2007, and filming the new revival episodes this year.
It was a bit like take-your-daughter-to-work day on Tuesday at marketing and event firm 360 Live Media — only with an audience — when strategic adviser Larry Graham and his actress offspring, Lauren Graham, held a Q&A session for a roomful of the firm’s clients and friends at its downtown headquarters.
Graham is having a moment — the revival of “Gilmore Girls,” in which she stars as quirky single mom Lorelai Gilmore, was released last month on Netflix, and she’s on tour promoting her new memoir, “Talking as Fast as I Can” (including a stop at the Sixth & I synagogue on Wednesday).
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