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Charles Shaughnessy on Being an Actor: TV Land Interview

Charles Shaughnessy on Being an Actor: TV Land Interview

Charles Shaughnessy decided to become a lawyer, but then went back to his passion and started acting again. We think he made the right choice! 

Chat LIVE at TV Land with Charles Shaughnessy during the Happily Divorced Season Finale Wednesday, August 17th at 10:30PM Eastern/ 7:30 Pacific!!


  1. Thanks for sharing this! It's nice to see Charlie enjoying himself.

    When I was a student in school, I was the one raising my hand while everyone else was in the 'duck and cover' mode...and then getting dirty looks because I was the teacher's pet for answering the questions, volunteering to read, etc. (while at the same time they made fun of my accent). Of course, I think I got the last laugh...and I don't allow my students to hide under the desks, except when we reenact one of those national defense drills when talking about the 1960s (like the layer of gum under the desk would have protected us in case of nuclear attack).

  2. This was funny! We fans are so thankful that you chose to starve so you could act. lol Happy you took the hard road so you could follow your passion. It is said the easy road isn't always the best or most fun. Cool you knew early on what you wanted to do. So happy Fran had this great & funny new show so we get to relive the Nanny all over again. We all need a good laugh now and then. She is a good sport to put herself out there. At first wondered how it would go with the topic but the show grows on you. Plus, is really funny. Think it goes well with this day and time where alternative lifestyles are pretty much out in the open.


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