View Comments The Real Thing star Cynthia Nixon has quite the history with the Tom Stoppard play. In 1984, she appeared in the original production as Debbie (while simultaneously starring in Hulyburly two blocks up). Now, she stars in the Roundabout revival as Charlotte (Debbie’s mother). The Tony, Emmy and Grammy winner stopped by The Today Show on November 5 and shared that she’s still “e-mail buddies” with Christine Baranski, who played Charlotte back in 1984. The Sex and the City actress also addressed rumors of a second sequel, saying she’d be “thrilled for the opportunity” if it worked out. But the most shocking news? Nixon does not have a television in her house. However, she does have two Emmy Awards. Hmm. Take a look at the interview below! Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 4, 2015 The Real Thing
THREE British Riders are due in Guyana next month for the Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club’s (GMR&SC) International Race meeting. According to the club, Harry Truelove and Richard Cooper will return following last year’s event with Dan Linfoot being the third rider, who is set to make his debut.They will compete in the superbike class and race under the Team Mohamed’s banner.Dan Linfoot is the third rider who will be a part of Team Mohamed’s Enterprise setup.The 31-year-old called ‘Linny’ is Santander Salt Tag Yamaha rider in the British Super Sport SeriesMeanwhile, a sizable ‘posse’ of Trinidadian drivers has indicated interest in the event.There is also a Barbadian contingent expected to confirm participation later this week.Tropical Shipping has been confirmed as the first major sponsor of the event with their job being the major one of transporting the vehicles to Guyana.According to GMR&SC, more sponsors have indicated an interest in joining the event and their details will be released in the coming days.