Alicia Silverstone, `Clueless’ Star, In New TV Show With `Sex and the City’ Director
By Staff Writer | July 13, 2013 08:56 AM EDT
Alicia Silverstone, who rose to fame after starring in the movie “Clueless,” will star in a new TV pilot that will be directed by Darren Star. Alicia Silverstone, who recently began a breast milk sharing program, is headed back to TV to shoot a pilot that will be directed by man behind the HBO series “Sex And The City.”
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Alicia Silverstone, who turned down starring in the TV version of her breakthrough film, “Clueless,” take the lead in the pilot of a series that will reportedly be called “HR.” Silverstone, who played the popular
Beverly Hills valley girl Cher, will play an "an uptight human resources boss determined to overhaul her company."
This will be Silverstone’s fourth run at syndicated television. The 36-year-old actress who got her start in Aerosmith videos along with Steve Tyler’s daughter, Liv Tyler had a sitcom in 2003 called “Miss Match" which was canceled after 11 episodes. Silverstone also shot pilots for the TV series "Queen B" and "Pink Collar," but they did not get picked up for syndication. Silverstone is hoping that her new attempt will fare better than her previous small screen efforts.
Darren Star is set to helm the pilot and is the executive producer. Star is a veteran of such shows as "Sex and the City," "Melrose Place" and "Beverly Hills 90210."
Alicia Silverstone announced a breast milk sharing program on her Web site, The Kind Life. The former girl next door wants to connect with mothers who “recognize the importance of food as health.” The actress is also known for her vegan lifestyle and wrote a book in 2009 called “The Kind Diet” which featured vegan recipes. “The Kind Diet” hit number one on the New York Times bestseller list.
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