EXCLUSIVE:

By on 9-01-2010 in My Girlfriends Boyfriend, News, Talk Shows and Interviews

EXCLUSIVE:

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By: Stuart Levine
Published: Wed, September 01, 2010, 3:15 PM

Alyssa Milano is set to star in the upcoming Lifetime telepic “Sundays at Tiffany’s.”

Milano, who will also produce, will play a bride to be who is visited by the adult incarnation of her childhood imaginary friend. Soon afterward, Milano’s character begins to re-examine her life. Eric Winter co-stars

“Tiffany’s,” which doesn’t yet have an air date, is based on the James Patterson novel. Sony Pictures Television is producing. Judith Verno, Dan Wigutow and Patterson are exec producers.

Lifetime and Milano have worked together in the past. Actress, who toplined ABC’s short-lived “Romantically Challenged,” starred in femme-skewing cabler’s 2008 telepic “Wisegal.”

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8 Comments

  1. Yay!!! Congrats Alyssa :)

  2. Congratulations, Sundays at Tiffany’s by James Patterson is one of my all time favourite books. I love the imaginary friend idea and to find out that You will be staring in it is great as I’ve been a fan of yours since charmed. :)

  3. Congrats Alyssa. I can’t wait to see it air on lifetime.

  4. awsommeee cant wait till it airs congratz alyssa

  5. OMG, I’m so happy with this news!
    I am excited to be able to watch it!
    Congratulations on another victory!

    I love my star!
    Kisses

  6. Congratulations, Alyssa, I’m looking foward to see to there.

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