Lisa Kudrow poses with Laverne Cox at Who Do You Think You Are? event in LA


Daily Mail By Rebecca Davison June 6, 2018 

 

She's most famous for playing Phoebe Buffay in American sitcom Friends, but Lisa Kudrow has another project, executive producing Who Do You Think You Are?

The 54-year-old looked incredibly youthful as she posed alongside actress Laverne Cox, 46, at the show's press event at Wolf Theatre in North Hollywood. Also present was Lisa's business partner, Dan Bucatinsky. TLC's Emmy-Award winning series also has an equivalent on the BBC and season nine saw the likes of Laverne, Hilary Duff and Megan Mullally tracing their ancestry.

Laverne looked incredible at the event, wearing a black top tucked into maroon high-waisted trousers. On May 22, viewers saw the star piecing together the inspiring life of her African American ancestor. They challenged societal norms and bravely pushed the boundaries just years after Emancipation.

Lisa, too, looked incredible at the event, wearing a simple white top with black tie, under a black blazer, wearing her short blonde locks in a sleek style.

The US version of the show is produced by her company, Is or Isn't Entertainment. She said in the past: 'It's the most fun show and we get to keep doing it.' The show first began in the US on NBC on March 5, 2010 and ran for three seasons before being cancelled in 2012, before being picked up by TLC. The UK version of the show has seen the likes of Danny Dyer, Cheryl and Michelle Keegan.

 

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