Ann-Margret is an amazing actress, but has she fallen into stereotypical roles? Lately the only jobs she’s been getting are the ones where she plays a drunk or out of control nut job and frankly she deserves better. It was announced on Monday that the revered actress will be guest starring on the new season of Ray Donovan and over at the Examiner; at least one person is hoping Ann-Margret will bring some womanly sex-appeal to the show. The writer of article, Christine Nyholm, believes the show has been too heavy on masculine machismo but short on feminine allure while here I am wishing an older women finally get recognized for still having sex appeal.
How many actresses have told the story of getting treated like they were in fact dead when all they really were was past 40? Well, here’s a Emmy-winning and Oscar–nominated actress; let’s see if the writers of Ray Donovan will know what to do with her. Ann-Margret is set to play actress June Wilson, a major star back in her day who has a past with Ray’s sometimes boss Ezra Goldman (“Elliott Gould”), who is now a widower.
I’m thinking black widow.