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Debra Messing will join the thousands flocking to the Women’s March on Washington this weekend. Debra Messing is not one to stay silent when she spots injustices in the world. The activist actress — who will revisit her beloved role on Will & Grace for its 10-episode revival, NBC just announced (yes!) — has been an unwavering voice for LGBT equality, HIV/AIDS awareness, and Hillary Clinton, as well as a voracious anti-Trump tweeter (sparring fiercely on the topic with Susan Sarandon).
I first met Debra Messing last year at a City Meals on Wheels event. She is someone who stands out not only because she’s tall with an amazing mane of red hair, but because she’s incredibly warm and kind. Over the years, I’ve worked with, and met, many celebrities and Debra is one of the nicest. I recently interviewed Debra about being a mom, trying to be healthy, and why she has the best manners in Hollywood.