Allison Janney: ‘No matter how awful the deed, everybody is human’ [Exclusive Video Interview]

Allison Janney: ‘No matter how awful the deed, everybody is human’ [Exclusive Video Interview]
“I’m a workaholic, I’m so happy when I’m working,” reflects Allison Janney. And after winning an Oscar for “I, Tonya” the actress has kept herself very busy on television. This past year alone she has continued her Emmy winning role on “Mom;” played a corrupt school administrator in “Bad Education;” a satirized version of herself in “The Kominsky Method;” and a troop leader stuck in her ways on “Troop Zero.” All roles will be eligible for the upcoming Emmy awards. Watch our complete interview with the actress above.

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In the HBO television movie “Bad Education,” Janney stars opposite Hugh Jackman. It’s based on a true story where she plays Pam Gluckin, the Assistant Superintendent of Business for a school, who gets caught embezzling hundreds of thousands of dollars of taxpayer money. The actress will compete
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