Suddenly Last Summer Star Gugino Hits Talk-Show Circuit

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Carla Gugino — currently starring in Off-Broadway's Suddenly Last Summer — will be making the talk-show rounds.

The actress, who will also promote her turn in the upcoming film "Night at the Museum," will be featured on NBC's "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" late Friday night (Dec. 16) at 12:35 AM. On Dec. 18, she will also appear on CW's "Morning Show" (8:30 AM) and on ABC's "The View" (11 AM).

Gugino is currently playing the role of Catharine opposite Blythe Danner in the Roundabout Theatre Company's staging of Tennessee Williams' Suddenly Last Summer.

Gugino was previously seen at Roundabout in After the Fall. The actress is known for her work on television and film, including big-screen credits "Sin City," the "Spy Kids" trilogy, "The Singing Detective," "The One," "Judas Kiss," "Snake Eyes" and the upcoming "Night at the Museum." She starred in the television series "Karen Sisco," appeared on "Chicago Hope" and was also Michael J. Fox's original girlfriend on TV's "Spin City."

Mark Brokaw (The Constant Wife) directs the revival that also features Becky Ann Baker, Gale Harold, Sandra Shipley, Karen Walsh and Wayne Wilcox.

The drama began previews Oct. 20 and opened Nov. 15 for a limited run at the Laura Pels Theatre in the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre. The show extended its run one week and will now end Jan. 20, 2007. In Williams' psychological drama, Danner stars as "the formidable Mrs. Venable, an aging widow distraught over the mysterious death of her son," according to a release. "When the young cousin (Gugino) who traveled with him begins raising scandalous allegations, Mrs. Venable will stop at nothing to preserve her son's reputation."

Tickets may be purchased by calling Roundabout Ticket Services at (212) 719-1300, visiting the Laura Pels box office (111 West 46 Street) or online at

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