VIDEO: Linda Lavin Chats With CBS SUNDAY MORNING About Advocating For Herself, and Being Busier Than She's Ever Been

Lavin has released a new album, called Love Notes, and has also been performing weekly online concerts. 

By: Aug. 02, 2020
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CBS Sunday Morning aired a feature on Linda Lavin this morning, where she talked about how she has been busier than ever since the pandemic began.

"I've worked more in these 2½ months than I have in 2½ years. I'm not making that up," she said.

Lavin has released a new album, called Love Notes, and has also been performing weekly online concerts.

"I'(M) Willing to advocate for myself, absolutely,' Lavin said. "Sometimes people don't think of you. They don't know you're here. I'm still here! They don't know you're alive! You gotta let 'em know, gotta let 'em know."

Watch the full segment below!

Broadway, TV, and film star Linda Lavin has received numerous awards: a Tony, a Drama Desk, an Outer Critics, a Helen Hayes and she was recently inducted into the Theater Hall of Fame. She is also 6-time Tony nominee. Linda is widely known for playing the title character in the TV sitcom Alice for 9 years, for which she is a two-time Golden Globe Award winner. Most recently Linda starred on the CBS sitcom 9JKL and co starred on the NBC TV series Sean Saves The World.She has also starred Madam Secretary and episodes of the Netflix series, The Santa Clarita Diet.

On Broadway she has starred in Our Mother's Brief Affair, The Lyons, Collected Stories, The Tale Of The Allergist's Wife, The Diary of Anne Frank, Gypsy, The Sisters Rosenweig and Broadway Bound, to name a few. Linda appeared with Robert De Niro in Nancy Meyer's The Intern and recent feature films include A Short History of Decay, Manhattan Nocturne with Adrien Brody, and upcoming, How to Be A Latin Lover and Warner Brothers feature, Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase.