In a way, the decision was easy, because I love this guy more than any man I’ve known.But I also believe that love alone is sometimes enough to pick up and move a life you’ve spent years building.Over the six years she has been slipping into the frilly pink dresses and sharp Southern twang of Deputy Police Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson, Kyra Sedgwick has earned loads of rewards, including a seven-figure salary, an Emmy, a Golden Globe, a People's Choice Award and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.There's one honor she seems to treasure above many others: creating a real, relatable female character on series television.Her work has appeared in nine books including "The Bigger the Better The Tighter The Sweater: 21 Funny Women on Beauty, Body Image & Other Hazards Of Being Female," magazines including , and then she had the idea to make this place, and now here we all are!
But when it comes to female police officers and crime solvers on television, it seems they mostly still fit a certain stereotype.
By the way, we're out of milk." * 12/4/13 Update: Daley has since clarified to talk show host Jonathan Ross that he is not currently labeling his sexuality, saying, "Everything is all pretty new so I don't see any point in putting a label on it - gay, bi, straight, any of those kind of labels.
All that I feel happy about at the moment is that I'm dating a guy and couldn't be happier, it shouldn't matter who I'm dating and I hope people can be happy for me." A question I'd like to see asked now is whether Daley's rumored boyfriend, Oscar-winning screenwriter and gay rights activist Dustin Lance Black, helped shape his You Tube speech or if that was all Daley.
The mold in this case was forged by the hero of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Mariska Hargitay's Detective Olivia Benson.
Given to leather jackets and low-cut shirts, Hargitay's Benson hides an awful secret: She was fathered by a rape.