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20 May 2016

Angie Harmon Shares The Secret to her Perfect Figure

ImageActress Angie Harmon is known for playing tough female characters on TV—ADA Abbie Carmichael on Law & Order, and her current gig, detective Jane Rizzoli on TNT's Rizzoli & Isles. But, although she embodies many of those leading ladies' attributes, she's also got a fun-loving, nurturing side off camera. At 43 years old, the mother of three and UNICEF ambassador says she feels the best she's ever felt. Here, we get the inside scoop on everything Angie from the star herself.

NewBeauty: What beauty tips have you learned from being on camera for so many years?
Angie Harmon: A lot of makeup is not necessary.

NB: What are your never-fail beauty products?
AH: I don’t like to wear a lot of makeup, but when I do, I try to keep it minimal. Bobbi Brown Tinted Moisturizer: The coverage is amazing, but still light, and the smell is fantastic. Clinique High Lengths Mascara: The wand is my favorite because it really separates and lengthens my lashes. Armani eyeliner, any color. And bareMinerals Stroke of Light Eye Brightener is a necessity.

NB: What do you teach your three daughters (Finley, Avery and Emery; pictured below) about beauty ideals in today’s selfie-obsessed world?
AH: Rule #1: Beauty shines from within. Rule #2: Stay a kid as long as you can, even in adulthood. Rule #3: Keep your tongue in your mouth.

NB: How do you incorporate anti-aging into your skin care routine?
AH: I get facials and I have a skin care line in development that I’m tremendously excited about because it REALLY works.

NB: You’ve always been in great shape. What does your typical fitness regimen include?
AH: I don’t have one except for running to the gate at the airport. I do have a very healthy diet and try to be mostly sugar-free, and now I'm also trying to be gluten-free.

NB: What do you like to do when you’re not working?
AH: Anything with my kids.

NB: Your show Rizzoli & Isles, on which you play a Boston police detective, is set to conclude after its next season. What future projects are you working on?
AH: I’ve had many offers and I'm incredibly flattered, but first I’m going to take a little bit of time off to be with my daughters and I might work out.

NB: What’s your personal motto?
AH: Like attracts like.

NB: At what age did you feel at your very best?
AH: Present day…I’ve grown up and I truly enjoy and am proud of the person I’ve become.

NB: What one beauty trend would you never try?
AH: A spray tan.

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20 May 2016

Rizzoli & Isles Season 7 press release

ImageTNT's Top-Rated Rizzoli & Isles Returns for Final Run With Two Hour Season Premiere June 6

Rizzoli & Isles, the chart-topping hit from TNT, a division of Turner, is back this summer for its seventh and final season. Angie Harmon and Sasha Alexander star in the drama as Boston's toughest crime-solving duo. Rizzoli & Isles, which ranked as basic cable's #1 summer drama in 2015, is set to launch its final season on Monday, June 6, with back-to-back episodes at 9 p.m. (ET/PT) across TNT's television, mobile and digital platforms.

In Rizzoli & Isles, Harmon plays Jane Rizzoli, a tough-as-nails Boston police detective, with Alexander as Dr. Maura Isles, a smart, impeccably dressed medical examiner from a privileged background. Despite being complete opposites, the two women have long shared an offbeat chemistry, an authentic and deep friendship and a unique working relationship. It's a killer combination that helps them put even the most dangerous criminals behind bars.

In addition to Harmon and Alexander, Rizzoli & Isles stars Bruce McGill as Sgt. Detective Vince Korsak, her steady, old-school Homicide Squad teammate; Jordan Bridges as Detective Frankie Rizzoli Jr., Jane's younger brother; Idara Victor as Nina Holiday, a former-cop-turned-crime-scene-analyst; Adam Sinclair as Kent Drake, Maura’s assistant medical examiner and Lorraine Bracco as Angela, Jane's mother.

Season 7 of Rizzoli & Isles will open in the aftermath of a shooting that closed out the prior season. The team must use every tool at their disposal to find Alice Sands and bring her to justice before she succeeds in destroying Jane's life.

Rizzoli & Isles launched in 2010, finishing its first year as basic cable's #1 new series. Each year since, it has ranked as one of basic cable's Top 5 series with total viewers, as well as one of basic cable's Top 10 series with adults 25-54. The show topped the charts last summer as basic cable's #1 series, with 7.6 million viewers in Live + 7 delivery. It was also the #2 series (behind TNT's The Last Ship) among adults 25-54 and ranked among the Top 5 with adults 18-49 for the summer. Overall, Rizzoli & Isles reached an average of 13.6 million viewers per episode last summer across TNT's multiple platforms.

Rizzoli & Isles has earned four People's Choice Award nominations, including Favorite Cable TV Drama in 2015. Both Harmon and Alexander have won the award for Favorite Cable TV Actress, with Harmon winning the award in 2015 and Alexander taking the prize earlier this year. The show has also earned two Gracie Awards, the first in 2011 for Janet Tamaro as Outstanding Producer and the second in 2012 for Harmon as Outstanding Female Actor. And in 2010, Alexander won a Woman's Image Network Award for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series.

Rizzoli & Isles is produced for TNT by Warner Horizon Television and Bill Haber's Ostar Productions, with Haber, show runner Jan Nash, Greg Prange and Ken Hanes serving as executive producers. Janet Tamaro developed the series, which is based on characters created by best-selling crime novelist Tess Gerritsen.


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