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'Go On's' Julie White on how 'Guys and Dolls' saved her from detention

Julie White was having a terrific week: Her character, Anne on NBC's "Go On," had an important storyline; her indie film, "Language of a Broken Heart," opened; and her voice was the only other one heard in Holland Taylor's one-woman Broadway show, "Ann."White, who has been an actor for decades, is happy."Go On," which airs Thursday, April 4, revolves around a grief counseling group Matthew Perry's character must attend."I love that my character is such an unusual character on television," White tells Zap2it of Anne, a lesbian whose partner died. "She is really a woman not about the male gaze at all, and with no apology at all. She is not part of the landscape."After you have acted as long as I have, your criteria for a part is, 'Please let it not be embarrassing in any way!' " White says.White grew up in an artsy home in Austin, Texas. Her mom had been a...


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