Jamie Lee Curtis talks about the end of ‘Halloween’, new beginnings with ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’, and the music of her life, from Joni Mitchell, James Taylor and Rickie Lee Jones to DJ Snake and a splash of Django Reinhardt. 


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Actor, producer, author and activist Jamie Lee Curtis’ career has spanned multiple genres in both television and film, including the role of Laurie Strode In the ‘Halloween’ series and comedies such a ‘Trading Places’, ‘A Fish Called Wand and Freaky Friday. She won her first Golden Globe for her work on ABC’s ‘Anything But Love’, and a second for her role in James Cameron’s ‘True Lies’ opposite Arnold Shwartzenegger.

Her recent work includes the TV show ‘Scream Queens’ and the movies ‘Knives Out’ and ‘Everything All At Once’, for which she received her first Academy Award nomination for best supporting actress.

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