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TV Shows: The Nanny S01, Ep03 - My Fair Nanny

Show: The Nanny
Season: 1
Episode: 3
Title: My Fair Nanny
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Guest Stars:
Dorothy Lyman: Maureen Wentworth
Nikki Cox: Cindy Wentworth
Heather Lynne Allen: Harpist… 628 more words

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Francine Joy “Fran” Drescher (born September 30, 1957) is an American film and television comedian, model, actress, producer, ordained minister, and activist. She is best known for her role as Fran Fine in the hit TV series The Nanny (1993–99), and for her nasal voice and thick New York accent. 657 more words


Women in Comedy and Their Tales From the Dark Side


November 7, 2015 – Margarita Sophia Cortes

Get ready for another fun-filled night with funny gals in “Comedy Makers: Tales From The Dark Side” 847 more words

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Let's See What The Cast Of 'The Nanny' Has Been Up To Since The '90s

The Nanny was bright and goofy and… that voice! The Nanny was that voice.

In the role that made her a star, Fran Drescher played a cosmetics saleswoman straight from Queens who uses her fast-talking ways to land the job as a live-in babysitter for a wealthy widower. 1,295 more words


People lived in the same apartments for years. You’d meet...

People lived in the same apartments for years. You’d meet a group of kids in kindergarten, and you’d still be with them in high school. No one ever left the neighborhood. 6 more words

Fran Drescher


  • Title:  UHF
  • Director:  Jay Levey
  • Date:  1989
  • Studio:  Orion Pictures (DVD released by MGM)
  • Genre:  Comedy
  • Cast:  “Weird Al” Yankovic (created as Al Yankovic), Victoria Jackson, Kevin Mccarthy, Michael Richards, David Bowe, Anthony Geary, Trinidad Silva, Gedde Watanabe, Billy Barty, Fran Drescher…
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Hotel Transylvania - Movie Review (2012)

My Distrust in Adam Sandler, is the thing that has kept me away from “Hotel Transylvania”. On paper, it just doesn’t sound good. My interest in the movie suddenly peaked when I heard that the movie was directed by the brilliant Genndy Tartakovsky; the man behind my childhood, with such titles as: Samurai Jack, The Powerpuff Girls and Dexters Labratory. 518 more words