The Daily Beast | Sutton Foster Gets ‘Younger’… and Wiser

Photo credit: TV LandThe Tony-winning Broadway star has her Carrie Bradshaw moment in TV Land’s new series, which asks: If you could relive your 20s, would you? (Her answer: Hell, no.)
Last week, Sutton Foster turned 40. She was really happy about that.
She knows she was happy about that because—in ways that most women, and especially actresses, don’t have to—she was forced to contemplate her feelings about hitting the milestone in a very public forum.
Therapy by way of entertainment journalists.
The inadvertent psychoanalyzing is a byproduct of the two-time Tony-winning Broadway actress’s latest role, as the lead in TV Land’s new comedy Younger, from Sex and the City creator Darren Starr. Foster plays Liza, a recently divorced 40-year-old who is unable to find a job in the publishing world, where she is dismissed as irrelevant because of her age and 15 years as a stay-at-home mom.
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