What do you wish you knew about your own parents? What do you want your kids to know about you?
When it comes to family, a lot goes unsaid. So, what happens when we finally start talking—really talking—with the people we love? Today, iconic mother-daughter actresses Diane Ladd and Laura Dern join the podcast to share how a life-threatening illness transformed their relationship and inspired their co-written memoir: Honey, Baby, Mine. From wild feeding stories as working mothers on set in Hollywood to the importance of leaving nothing unsaid, their conversation with host Anjelika Temple will have you laughing, crying, and calling up your loved ones asap.
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Diane Ladd is a renowned actress known for her roles in films such as Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore, Rambling Rose and Wild at Heart. She is both a Bafta and Golden Globe Award winner. Ladd is mom to Laura Dern, with whom she has written a memoir, Honey, Baby, Mine.
Laura Dern, daughter of Diane Ladd, is known in recent years for her remarkable roles in Big Little Lies, Marriage Story and Little Women. Dern is also known for her activism and advocacy for women’s rights, gender pay parity, gun violence and climate change.