Fran Drescher Hosted A Very Necessary ‘Nanny’ Reunion With Mr. Sheffield
That’s how Fran Drescher of the beloved sitcom “The Nanny” should greet her co-star Charles Shaughnessy each time they speak, proper?
Drescher just lately hosted a birthday celebration at her home for Renée Taylor, who performed her mom on the collection, reuniting some key forged members of “The Nanny.” The final time we noticed the Fines and Sheffields collectively was within the Lifetime’s 2004 particular, “A Nosh to Remember,” so it has been 12 years too lengthy with out Drescher’s iconic cackle.
Thankfully, Shaughnessy shared some pictures of the reunion on social media to have fun Taylor’s 83rd birthday.
“An night with the mom in regulation! Happy Birthday Renee!!” he captioned a pic of himself, Drescher and Taylor smiling collectively. He later shared two extra pictures to commemorate the event.
Shaughnessy and Drescher final shared the display in Drescher’s now defunct sitcom “Happily Divorced,” the place the British actor visitor starred as a love curiosity for her character. In reality, the TV Land collection typically paid tribute to “The Nanny” together with former forged members like Shaughnessy and Taylor, in addition to common winks and nods to Drescher’s former position.
For Drescher, nevertheless, “The Nanny” stays a excessive level in her profession, not solely as a result of it secured her a spot within the sitcom corridor of fame (Is that a factor? It must be a factor), however as a result of the collection allowed Drescher to place her many skills to make use of.
“I like doing extra than simply appearing. I like to write down, I like to supply, I wish to have opinions about units and casting and costumes. Everything,” she advised Biography in 2015. “What was extraordinarily gratifying for me was that I was capable of make a contribution on all these ranges and, finally, the success of the present itself.”
Ah, Fran, how we have missed you.
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