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Insecure psychologist Dr. Sheldon Wallace (Brian Benben) sure did have his luck with the ladies — courting Violet and Charlotte and having a years-long will-they-or-won’t-they dance with Amelia. In the end, it’s his prostate cancer diagnosis that introduced him to terminal cancer patient Miranda (Diane Farr) and the couple would share her final days, together, on a beach in Fiji.
Diane Farr Fan Gallery > Television > Private Practice > 613 “In Which We Say Goodbye”
I’ve added to the Diane Farr Fan Gallery – screencaps from this last episode of Private Practice, as well as some HQ stills for next week’s episode.
Diane Farr Fan Gallery > Television > Private Practice > 612 “Full Release”
Diane Farr Fan Gallery > Television > Private Practice > Private Practice “In Which We Say Goodbye” Stills
Diane started her amazing run on Private Practice tonight, and I’ve added the caps tot he gallery.
Diane Farr Fan Gallery > Television > Private Practice > 609 “I’m Fine”
Based on her best-selling book “Kissing Outside the Lines,” the actress-author-columnist will write and executive produce the project for NBCUniversal.
Writer-actress Diane Farr is shifting gears from writing columns and books to writing for the small screen.
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‘Private Practice’s’ Kate Walsh Developing Semi-Autobiographical Comedy at NBC
The Numbers and Rescue Me actress has sold a semi-autobiographical comedy to NBC based on her best-selling memoir Kissing Outside the Lines, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively.
Published in September, Kissing explores Farr’s marriage to a Korean-American, with the pitch revolving around an Italian girl and a Korean guy who fall in love in California despite their parents, who will do anything to stop their relationship. Tested by race, culture and a generational divide, the single-camera comedy will be set inside a Venice Beach bar.
Will Private Practice’s Sheldon find love in the end?
NUMB3RS and Rescue Me alum Diane Farr has landed a multi-episode arc on the final season of Private Practice, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Farr will first appear in the Sheldon-centric Dec. 11 episode as Miranda, though details on her role are being kept under wraps. Considering she’ll also appear in the series finale, we’re guessing (and hoping) this means she’ll form a bond with the unlucky-in-love psychiatrist.
Farr, who has previously worked for Private creator Shonda Rhimes on Grey’s Anatomy, most recently had roles on Desperate Housewives and White Collar.
Looks like Diane is guest staring on the December 11th episode of Private Practice!
“I’m Fine” – During a dark moment in his life, Sheldon finds happiness with a new woman. Meanwhile, he becomes increasingly suspicious about his patient Nick’s involvement in Sarah’s disappearance, on “Private Practice,” TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
“Private Practice” stars Kate Walsh as Dr. Addison Forbes Montgomery, Benjamin Bratt as Dr. Jake Reilly, KaDee Strickland as Dr. Charlotte King, Paul Adelstein as Dr. Cooper Freedman, Brian Benben as Dr. Sheldon Wallace, Caterina Scorsone as Dr. Amelia Shepherd, and Griffin Gluck as Mason Warner, with Taye Diggs as Dr. Sam Bennett and Amy Brenneman as Dr. Violet Turner.
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In case you missed it, ABC Family is doing a marathon of season 5 of Secret Life and Diane’s episodes are on at 6pm and 7pm!
After visiting more than forty private schools in Los Angeles County over three years, I found the perfect school for my kids last May. In this Eden of education, kindergarteners were broken into groups of five students to one teacher and sat under fruit trees to learn reading at their own pace, without judgment or shame. This may not sound cataclysmic but seeing it happen actually made the annual tuition — which is more than all four years of my undergraduate education put together — seem worth it. A sixth grader then showed me around the country club-esque grounds and gave me a better gardening lesson in their tomato co-op than any cable TV show ever has. She finished her portion of my personal tour in the computer lab where she retrieved her personal laptop that the school provides. She showed me her “portfolio” that included all her writing projects from first grade until today, organized by year and subject. Which was larger than mine.