Donna Lynne Champlin continues to delight viewers in her role as Paula Proctor in The CW’s Crazy-Ex Girlfriend, which airs Fridays.
The CW’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend explores relationships through witty dialogue and clever songs.
We love Crazy Ex-Girlfriend! There’s no one reason for Crazy Ex-Girlfriend‘s success and popularity. Great writing, music and acting. The characterizations on this series on The CW has helped to make it a hit.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend has received continued accolades for being an innovative series. Being able to pull off comedy and drama while adding a musical is no small feat but the writers, cast and crew have done it flawlessly.
When speaking with Donna Lynne Champlin, it’s easy to see how the role of Rebecca Bunch’s supportive best friend, Paula Proctor fits her like a glove. She is easy to talk with and very personable. Champlin is a theater trained actress who studied at Carnegie Mellon University and has appeared on Broadway in such shows as James Joyce’s The Dead, By Jeeves, Hollywood Arms, Sweeney Todd and Billy Elliott The Musical and in television and film.
Donna Lynne enjoys and appreciates being a part of the Crazy Ex Girlfriend cast and it shows in her performance. She is very pleased and happy to be able to reach a million people audience through the show. Read below to find out what else we talked about.
I had the privilege today of interviewing for The Nerdy Girl Express Crazy Ex Girlfriend’s Donna Lynne Champlin who plays the delightful Paula. Inspired by our chat, I wanted to share with readers my “Paula Perceptions.”
Crazy Ex Girlfriend has become one of the most talked about new series. In a short amount of time, it has endeared itself to fans and critics. Viewers eagerly tune in each week to see the antics of Rebecca Bunch, played with comedic brilliance by Rachel Bloom. The songs that accompany some of the scenes add to the narrative.
Crazy Ex Girlfriend ‘s latest episode “Josh and I Work On A Case” had attorney Rebecca Bunch working on a litigation case involving apartment complex residents pursuing a claim against the building owners regarding a water issue.
Texting and work don’t mix. Bad things can happen when you text during a meeting became painfully clear to Rebecca on the latest episode of Crazy Ex Girlfriend.