Frances Fisher: I Believe In Miracles

Frances Fisher: I Believe In Miracles

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Frances Fisher says it's perfectly natural that her character on "Resurrection" would immediately accept that a son who's been dead for 32 years could return.

She says it's part of a mother's nature to want to embrace a person she might have lost. "There is only a thin veil between the material world and the other world," she told 77 Square. "I've had a great journey inspired by ‘Resurrection.'"

During auditions, the show's director asked Fisher if he thought something like this could happen.  "It's a miracle," she remembers saying. "And I believe in miracles. We live on one tiny planet in a vast universe and we use 10 percent of our brains. If we were to open our minds to this, why couldn't it be possible?" she asks rhetorically.

Frances Fisher joins Steve Edwards and Maria Sansone on Good Day L.A.

Fun Facts About Frances Fisher: (Source: Wikipedia)

1) She is an English-born American actress. She is most known for her roles in films such as Pink Cadillac (1989), L.A. Story (1991), Unforgiven (1992), Striptease (1996), Wild America (1997), Titanic (1997), The Audrey Hepburn Story (1999), Gone in 60 Seconds (2000), Laws of Attraction (2004), The Kingdom (2007), In the Valley of Elah (2007), Jolene (2008), The Roommate (2011), The Lincoln Lawyer (2011), and The Host (2013). She has also appeared in television series like The Edge of Night (1976–1981), Strange Luck (1995), Becker (1999), Glory Days (2002), and Eureka (2008).

2) She is the mother of Francesca Eastwood and former partner of Clint Eastwood.

3) Deciding to follow her interest in theatre, she moved to New York, where she subsequently enjoyed a 14-year stage career in regional and off-Broadway productions. During which, she became involved with the Actors Studio, where she studied with Lee Strasberg.

‘Resurrection' airs Sunday night at 9:00pm on ABC.

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