Lydia Cornell

Lydia Cornell
Lydia Cornell

Lydia Cornell

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Birthday: July 23, 1953 (69 years)

HomeTown: El Paso, Texas, United States

Lydia Cornell, Best Actress nominee for AFI at Method Fest and People’s Choice Award winner, is best known for her starring role on the hit ABC series “Too Close for Comfort” as Emmy legend Ted Knight’s daughter ‘Sara’ with 20-34 million viewers Tuesday nights on ABC prime time, and more in worldwide syndication. She has appeared in over 200 programmes and films in 27 countries, most notably on HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm, Variety’s Power of Comedy, and the Kelsey Grammer Comedy Hour. For directing the SAG film “It’s My Decision,” she received Best Director Honors at the Los Angeles Movie Awards and Best Comedy Film at Paramount Studios UIFF (United International Film Festival) in 2016. She created and directed the critically acclaimed stage production “Relationshop,” as well as “Venus Conspiracy” and “The Awesome Adventures of Frankie Stargazer.” She has been invited to submit her writings to the International Museum of Peace, which holds letters from Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Mother Teresa, Maya Angelou, and Sir Edmund Hillary. She is a women’s and children’s champion whose great-great grandmother was Harriet Beecher Stowe. Cornell earned the Golden Halo Lifetime Achievement Award from the Southern California Motion Picture Council, as well as the inaugural Elizabeth Montgomery Humanitarian Award (2018.) She is a writer, director, mother, comedienne, talk show host, women and children’s advocate, adolescent mentor, and inspiring public speaker who was once one of TV’s most popular sex symbols. She has been sober since September 11, 1994, and she is an addiction and recovery specialist as well as a podcast presenter (“Godshots.”) Her iTunes Stitcher award-winning podcast debuted in 2013. Her work has appeared in People, US, Herald de Paris, A&E Biography, Huffington Post, Editor & Publisher, Macon Daily, and Lone Star Icon, among other publications. She is the author of the book series “Godshots,” as well as two planned novels based on her US Trademark. Cornell had a terrifying encounter with a guy who moved into her house and pretended to be a handicapped war hero. He sued Kelsey Grammer for using Lydia Cornell’s name fraudulently in order to get attention. Cornell never sued Kelsey Grammer, despite erroneous reports in tabloids and other news sources. Cornell is developing a new TV programme for 2020, a comedy series. A revival of “Too Close for Comfort” is in the works with the show’s original producers (D.L. Taffner, LTD.) based on a script Cornell penned. In 2019-2020, she will teach Acting and Directing for Screenwriters at the LMU School of Film and Television. Born on July 23, 1953, Lydia Cornell hails from El Paso, United States. As in 2023, Lydia Cornell's age is 69 years. Check below for more deets about Lydia Cornell. This page will put a light upon the Lydia Cornell bio, wiki, age, birthday, family details, affairs, controversies, caste, height, weight, rumors, lesser-known facts, and more.

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Lydia Cornell was born on July 23, 1953 in El Paso, United States.

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Real Name Lydia Cornell
Profession(s) Actress, Producer, Writer,
Birthday July 23, 1953
Zodiac Sign Leo
Age 69 years
Gender Female
Birthplace El Paso, United States
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  • Lydia Cornell was born in El Paso, United States.
  • Lydia Cornell‘s birth sign is Leo.
  • Lydia Cornell, Best Actress nominee for AFI at Method Fest and People’s Choice Award winner, is best known for her starring role on the hit ABC series “Too Close for Comfort” as Emmy legend Ted Knight’s daughter ‘Sara’ with 20-34 million viewers Tuesday nights on ABC prime time, and more in worldwide syndication. She has appeared in over 200 programmes and films in 27 countries, most notably on HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm, Variety’s Power of Comedy, and the Kelsey Grammer Comedy Hour. For directing the SAG film “It’s My Decision,” she received Best Director Honors at the Los Angeles Movie Awards and Best Comedy Film at Paramount Studios UIFF (United International Film Festival) in 2016. She created and directed the critically acclaimed stage production “Relationshop,” as well as “Venus Conspiracy” and “The Awesome Adventures of Frankie Stargazer.” She has been invited to submit her writings to the International Museum of Peace, which holds letters from Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Mother Teresa, Maya Angelou, and Sir Edmund Hillary. She is a women’s and children’s champion whose great-great grandmother was Harriet Beecher Stowe. Cornell earned the Golden Halo Lifetime Achievement Award from the Southern California Motion Picture Council, as well as the inaugural Elizabeth Montgomery Humanitarian Award (2018.) She is a writer, director, mother, comedienne, talk show host, women and children’s advocate, adolescent mentor, and inspiring public speaker who was once one of TV’s most popular sex symbols. She has been sober since September 11, 1994, and she is an addiction and recovery specialist as well as a podcast presenter (“Godshots.”) Her iTunes Stitcher award-winning podcast debuted in 2013. Her work has appeared in People, US, Herald de Paris, A&E Biography, Huffington Post, Editor & Publisher, Macon Daily, and Lone Star Icon, among other publications. She is the author of the book series “Godshots,” as well as two planned novels based on her US Trademark. Cornell had a terrifying encounter with a guy who moved into her house and pretended to be a handicapped war hero. He sued Kelsey Grammer for using Lydia Cornell’s name fraudulently in order to get attention. Cornell never sued Kelsey Grammer, despite erroneous reports in tabloids and other news sources. Cornell is developing a new TV programme for 2020, a comedy series. A revival of “Too Close for Comfort” is in the works with the show’s original producers (D.L. Taffner, LTD.) based on a script Cornell penned. In 2019-2020, she will teach Acting and Directing for Screenwriters at the LMU School of Film and Television.

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