, and an impressive list of recognizable TV roles) moved to the area after the arrival of their fourth child.“We knew we wanted to raise our kids in a rural setting and we also needed to be within striking distance of NYC,” Masterson said, adding that they first tried living in Westchester County.
That’s because screenwriters made the friendships seem platonic in the films.
In 2018, there are more openly gay people on television than ever before, and LGBTQ characters can be found onscreen in more and more venues.
But in the 1990s, lesbian characters were repeatedly transformed into “close friends” in film adaption of LGBTQ-themed books.
In 1989, she starred as Lucy Moore, a teenage girl giving up her first baby to a wealthy couple, played by Glenn Close and James Woods in Immediate Family.
For her work in that film she received a "Best Supporting Actress" award from the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures.