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Episode: Disney 'meanie' Elaine Hendrix likes this particular stereotype
Podcast: Mr. Media
Veröffentlicht: vor 8 Jahren, am 15.04.2010 um 16:00
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It?s always fun to welcome familiar faces?and voices?to the show and today I get that pleasure with actress Elaine Hendrix.

Probably best known for her role in The Parent Trap with Lindsay Lohan and Natasha Richardson, Elaine is one of those beautiful, distinctive actresses who is always working. In fact, she joins us to discuss the release of several new films: Good Intentions (now on DVD) and Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2.

You can see the trailer for Good Intentions at GoodIntentionsMovie.com.

Elaine was also be seen in the March 4 episode of ?The Mentalist? on CBS. Her film Rock Slyde will be available on DVD in June, while Dear Lemon Lima is currently in the Nashville Film Festival (April 12-15) and Spork will premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival (April 21-May 2).

Perhaps less well known is that Elaine is involved with several animal rights organizations. She appears in the documentary Skin Trade (now on DVD), about the fur industry, and ois slated to appear on the cover of an upcoming issue of American Dog magazine.

Follow Elaine Hendrix on Twitter ? Website ? In Defense of Animals

(LISTEN! Elaine Hendrix's first appearance on Mr. Media Radio in May 2009)
Hear it now!ELAINE HENDRIX AUDIO EXCERPT: "I tend to play a lot of meanies with Disney. I am the antagonist and I like it that way... Quite honestly, I think I play a really good bitch, to be frank about it. It has to do with being blonde, having arch eyebrows. My look tends to be a little icy." 

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You can LISTEN to this interview with ELAINE HENDRIX, star of GOOD INTENTIONS and BEVERLY HILLS CHIHUAHUA 2, by clicking the audio player above!

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