Andrea Savage was a successful actress on shows like “Veep” and her semi-autobiographical sitcom “I’m Sorry.”
She created and starred in “I’m Sorry,” but it ended up being cut during the pandemic, like many others. However, before that happened, the show was praised for its nuanced portrayal of mom. The actress said they had to stop in the middle of filming, but would not object to the series being picked up, as it is already written.
In her new film “Look Both Ways”, she plays Lily Reinhart’s mother who becomes pregnant. The film takes the audience on both paths of what life can be for her whether she tests positive or negative.
“What I like is kind of this cute hug of a movie,” she said. “Whatever life throws at you, you’ll be able to handle it, and it will work out the way it will.”
The actress is well known for her comedic and funny roles, but she decided to change things up by taking part in the new mob drama series ‘Tulsa King’. She explained that it was a nice change of pace for her.
“We’re all getting older and you have to keep pushing yourself to do new things,” Savage said.
“Look Both Ways” is streaming now on Netflix and “Tulsa King” will premiere on Paramount+ in November.
This segment aired on the KTLA 5 Morning News on September 1, 2022.
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