Kristin Chenoweth is a fan favorite on TV, theater and music. Veronica has an in-depth interview with the talented entertainer, who is also a breast cancer advocate for Ford’s Warriors in Pink.
Video Content: Kristin Chenoweth (2016)
SIDEWALKS host Veronica Castro talks to the actress / singer about her career start, being in “Wicked,” and fans hope for a revival of “Pushing Daisies.” As part of the promotional tour, Chenoweth talks about her involvement Ford Warriors in Pink and the campaign in the fight against breast cancer.
Born in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, Kristin Chenoweth is a multi-talented, award-winning actress and singer. In musical theatre, she made her Broadway debut in “Steel Pier,” originated the role of Glinda in “Wicked” and won a Tony Award® for “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.” Other stage titles include “The Apple Tree” “Promises, Promises,” and “On the Twentieth Century.” In TV, Chenoweth played the title character on comedy “Kristin,” Annabeth Schott in “The West Wing,” Carlene Cockburn on “GCB,” and Olive Snook on “Pushing Daisies,” where she won an Emmy Award® for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. In films, she was in “Bewitched,” “The Pink Panther,” and “RV,” as well as lending her voice to “Rio 2” and “The Peanuts Movie.” Some of her albums are “A Lovely Way to Spend Christmas,” “Some Lessons Learned,” “Coming Home” and the recent “The Art of Elegance.” Chenoweth also penned a 2009 memoir, “A Little Bit Wicked.”
Recorded: September 21, 2016
Host / Producer: Veronica Castro
Videographer: Jeff Jarantilla
Editor: Richard R. Lee
Special Thanks To: Ford