Welcome to Lauren Graham Fan - a comprehensive website dedicated to the talented actress Lauren Graham best known for her roles on the television series Gilmore Girls and Parenthood. This site is determined to bring you the most up to date information on this talented performer and her career. I hope you enjoy your visit!
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23 Aug 2015
By Aniek • Comments Off on New Layouts @ Lauren Graham Fan!Site

Thanks a lot to Claudia at Never Enough Design, I was able to add two beautiful new layouts to the site. One for the main website and one for the gallery. I am experiencing some errors here and there, but I am working very hard behind the scenes to fix them all! I hope to have them all sorted out within a few days.

I hope you enjoy our new looks just as much as I do!

18 Aug 2015
By Aniek • Comments Off on Lauren Graham Fan is back!Images

Hi everyone! It feels so good to be back! As announced: Lauren Graham Fan moved to a new host. It took some time to move everything, but we’re back! I hope you didn’t forget to change the link from laurengraham.org to laurengraham,org! Please bookmark the new URL, so you don’t have any trouble finding us.

Thanks a lot to everyone retweeting and favoriting our message on Twitter about the move <33 I updated the gallery with a few missing photoshoots from 2011.




Gallery Links:
– Outtakes > 2011 > Session 2 +1
– Outtakes > 2011 > Session 3 +1
– Outtakes > 2011 > Session 4 *new*
– Outtakes > 2011 > Session 5 *new*

09 Aug 2015
By Ali • Comments Off on Site moving! Please read! New Address!Site

Hi everyone,

Very important news, sadly our host fan-sites.org is closing doors, but before you panic I am currently in the midst of moving the site to another host. However three very important things you need to be aware of.

1. Our boss of our host is retaining all domains owned by them, so that means we will unfortunately be losing our home here at laurengraham.org. However, our host will forward this domain to our new one for two months once I have the site restored at our new host.
2. Our host will be turning off public access to this site on August 10, 2015 and due to the fact I don’t have super fast internet I may not have the site restored by this time, but never fear I have the site downloaded and the backup works, its the restoration that will take time, but I am working very hard to minimise any down time (if any) for you all.
3. Our new url will be laurengraham.org, so please adjust your bookmarks accordingly.
I will keep your apprised of the status of the restoration on our twitter and will let you know once we are live at our new domain.

Remember our new site url will be laurengraham.org and our site twitter is @LGrahamFan, so follow us if you aren’t already.

25 Jun 2015
By Ali • Comments Off on Max PremiereEvents, Images

Added a bunch of images of Lauren from last night’s premiere of her film Max to the gallery!

Gallery Links:
Lauren Graham Fan > 2015 > June 23 | Max Los Angeles Premiere

25 Jun 2015
By Ali • Comments Off on ‘Max’ star Lauren Graham reveals the weirdness of working with animalsArticles / Interviews, Max

Lauren Graham is no stranger to working with children in her cult-favorite television series “Gilmore Girls” and “Parenthood” and with animals in the feature “Evan Almighty.”

The part-time New Yorker is working with both in her latest film “Max,” from writer/director Boaz Yakin. She plays the mother of a Marine who works with trained dogs. When her son is killed in action, his dog Max is distressed and incredibly dangerous. Max seems to take well to her other son Justin (Josh Wiggins), but the healing process is difficult for everyone.

amNewYork spoke to Graham about the film, opening Friday.

What drew you to this role?
I liked that it wasn’t something I had done. I tend to play kind of verbal, more flaky people, and she was very different and I found the film moving. And I had seen several of Boaz’s movies. And I just knew it would be, it would have sincerity and wouldn’t feel like a kid’s movie. I thought it had some substance to it.

What was it like working with a dog that has such a major role?
It’s part of the technical challenge. Every project has its own components. And I have done “Evan Almighty” — I’ve worked with animals; I’ve worked with kids. … You have to stay consistent so that whatever take the animal gets right is going to be the one they use. So it becomes, in a weird way, fun. It’s part of the unknown. You’re not sure exactly what’s going to happen and it keeps you on your toes.

Have you considered coming back to Broadway?
Of course. … If I lived here full time, I would work as much as I absolutely could on stage, where I started. … But I have a person I live with, and he has a 13-year-old son. And, so, it just becomes, it’s sort of unrealistic while he’s in school. When I did “Guys and Dolls,” I was single and more mobile. But I think it’s something I’ll do in years to come if I get the chance for sure.

What is it that keeps you here in the Big Apple?
Well my dad grew up in a suburb of New York, and all my cousins were out in the North and South Forks of Long Island. It was just like a big part of my childhood: Coming to the city and going out to Long Island. … I went to Barnard. I started here, and this city was kind of the goal for me. The dream was to live and work in New York, probably based on everything from “Tootsie” to the movies I grew up watching.

Your first book “Someday, Someday, Maybe” was very well-received. Are you working on another?
Yes, I’m working on [a] sort of sequel, but you don’t have to have read the first one. It’s very briefly autobiographical. I’m not masking memoirs or anything. But I definitely was interested in kind of why I got to this certain place — what was I thinking when I started? And how did I possibly imagine that I could ever make it in such a tough business? And those years to me are interesting because it’s a time that people can relate to, where you just have a hope for yourself, or you’re not sure if you can make it happen.

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