Plus, ''The Practice'' star chats about her infant son and her pal Marcia Gay Harden

By Dave Karger
Updated April 25, 2001 at 04:00 AM EDT
Credit: Camryn Manheim: Bob D'Amico

After winning an Emmy and a Golden Globe for her role on ”The Practice,” Camryn Manheim must have been feeling restless. Now she’s starring and coexecutive producing her own movie of the week, the romantic comedy ”Kiss My Act,” airing on ABC Monday, April 23, at 8 p.m. And she’s got other plans. Her next project is producing and starring in ”The Extra,” a film about a movie extra who terrorizes a big Hollywood star.

EW’s Dave Karger sat down with the always candid Camryn, moments after she survived a fashion drill by Joan Rivers on ”Live With Regis and Kelly.” The 40-year-old actress chatted about the new man in her life (her six-week-old son, Milo), picking that red Oscar dress for her pal Marcia Gay Harden, and the hush-hush 100th episode of ”The Practice.”

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