Lydia Cornell

Lydia Cornell
== Introduction == Lydia Cornell (born July 23, 1953) is an American actress, political writer, novelist, comedienne, blogger and talk-radio host. Cornell was born in El Paso, Texas.


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Lydia Cornell Introduction

Lydia Cornell (born July 23, 1953) is an American actress, political writer, novelist, comedienne, blogger and talk-radio host.

Cornell was born in El Paso, Texas. Her grandfather was Henry Ward Beecher Stowe, and she is the great-great granddaughter of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" author Harriet Beecher Stowe.

Lydia Cornell Acting career

She co-starred as Ted Knight's daughter in the role of Sara Rush on the ABC television situation comedy Too Close for Comfort, and most recently on HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm. Cornell was a Best Actress nominee at Method Fest, which honors outstanding acting performances, for her leading role in the AFI indie "Miss Supreme Queen."

Lydia was also a People's Choice Award winner for Too Close For Comfort. She has appeared on numerous television programs in guest appearances over the years, including Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Drew Carey Show, Quantum Leap, Full House, Knight Rider, The Dukes of Hazzard, The A-Team, T.J. Hooker, Simon & Simon, Hunter, Love Boat, Hotel, Fantasy Island, Charlies Angels, and Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve as co-host with Anson Williams fron ABC-TV's Happy Days. She also co-starred with Oscar winners James Earl Jones, Jose Ferrer and Lila Kedrova in the horror film Blood Tide also known as Demon Island or The Red Tide, filmed in the Greek Isles. Rounding out the cast were Martin Kove, Deborah Shelton, and Mary Louise Weller.

As part of a USO trip, Cornell went to Beirut, Lebanon, to a war zone, to visit American troops in the Multinational Peacekeeping Force Christmas Eve 1982. She visited the Marines in underground bunkers as well as sailors and naval officers aboard the USS Sumnter, USS Shreveport and USS Inchon. Shortly after their departure from Beirut, over 250 Marines of the 24th MAU were killed there in one of the first suicide bombings. A truck entered the barracks as the troops slept, killing them all.

Literary and Journalistic Career

Lydia's blog, Lydia Cornell was a 2006 and 2005 Koufax Award double nominee for best writing, and is "a consistently thought-provoking firecracker of pointed socio-political commentary and observant, caustic wit." (Shotgun Reviews.) John Conley, a Marine combat vet, sent her his Purple Heart for her courage in standing up to Ann Coulter's "extermination speak", and about the war in Iraq.

Lydia is a monologuist and comedienne, and performs standup comedy with friend Destiny (The Tonight Show, MTV, VH-1.) The duo did 14 shows at the Riviera Las Vegas in June 2006. In November, they opened for Paul Rodriguez at Pechanga, and for The Amazing Johnathan at The Sahara in Las Vegas. Cornell is known as a humorist and "spiritual therapy comedienne."

Lydia recently starred in an original comedy show in Hollywood with Destiny and Stephanie Hodge titled Pain is Inevitable, Sex Optional. It is an ongoing comedy about marriage,sex, men, love, death and politics as told by three women.

Self titled book and other literary works

Lydia's self titled autobiographical book, Lydia Cornell, was published in 2009 by Chrome Publishers. It detailed her life in Hollywood from a humorous point of view. The book tells of her many experiences working with some of the biggest stars of yesterday and today as well as her years of tragedy that led to the triumph she lives today.

Lydia, whose humor writing is often described as a cross between David Sedaris and Anne Lamott, has several other books awaiting publication. Her editorial Bush's Last Will & Testicle was published in a Macon, Georgia newspaper Macon Area Online the Lone Star Iconoclast, and several newspapers across the nation. Her article Death is Sexier than Ann Coulter was published by BradBlog in December 2005 causing an uproar when Coulter published Cornell's home phone number and private email on the front page of her website, Ann, in retaliation. Lydia received a few death threats, hate mail, but mainly she received hundreds of letters and calls in support of her statements. The story was subsequently picked up by MSNBC's Keith Olbermann; Editor & Publisher, Huffington Post, Crooks and Liars, CannonFire, and numerous online news sources.

Lydia has also written books on Stalin, the Trotsky assassination, several comedies, theater pieces and films — including the black comedy "Venus Conspiracy", which she wrote and co-starred in with Deborah Van Valkenburgh, who co-starred with her as her character's sister in Too Close for Comfort.

Basham and Cornell radio show (2007)

On Saturday, February 24, 2007, Basham Radio host and entertainer Doug Basham introduced Lydia as his new co-host. On the program, they have interviewed many dignitaries and celebrities, such as Senator Tom Daschle (Obama's Secretary of Health); CNN's Paul Begala (Former Senior Clinton adviser), Pat Buchanan (Former Reagan Adviser), John Edwards, Elizabeth Edwards, Pulitzer Prize-winner Charlie Savage, Bill Press, NBC Bureau Chief in Tel Aviv Martin Fletcher, Congressman Dennis Kucinich and wife Elizabeth, Robert Wexler, Salon's Max Blumenthal, Valerie Bertinelli, LA Prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi, Rep. Charles Rangel; of New York, Catherine Crier, and many bestselling authors, wealth experts and celebrities.

Lydia Cornell on the Web

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