Friday, August 24, 2012

Fran Drescher to Clinton School Sept. 14

Posted By on Fri, Aug 24, 2012 at 3:12 PM

Fran Drescher is scheduled to speak at the Clinton School Sept. 14.

OK, without looking at the picture right up there or the headline up above it, take a wild guess which actress, author and cancer survivor advocate is coming to speak at the Clinton School on Sept. 14.

Need some hints? She's got a serious New York accent. She had a big role in the greatest, most hilarious and timeless film ever made and a smaller yet still memorable role in another one of the greatest, most hilarious and timeless films ever. She starred in this really popular TV show.

You got it: Fran Drescher is coming to town to discuss her work with the "Cancer Schmancer Movement and Foundation, which she started to transform women from patients into medical consumers and to shift the priority from finding a cancer cure towards prevention and early detection of the disease," according to a Clinton School presser.

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