VIDEO: Amy Brenneman Talks New Film, HBO Series & More on TODAY
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Amy Brenneman has been keeping busy playing a school board member in the new film, 'Words and Pictures,' and also stars in the new HBO series 'The Leftovers' where her character doesn't say a word. The actress stopped by the fourth hour of TODAY this morning to talk about her most recent projects. Check out the appearance below!
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