I’ve always found Amy Irving compelling as an actor, something about the combination of beauty, delicacy, and intelligence. She was Richard Dreyfuss’s enticing rival in The Competition, Peter Riegert’s literary uptown girl in Crossing Delancey, and Barbra Streisand’s consummate (if unconsummated) beard in Yentl, among other roles.
At the age of 69, Irving has now teamed up with the big band Goolis to do something new—an album, Born in a Trunk (her father was a director and her mother an actor)—that reflects…
My Interviews with...
BETTY BUCKLEY (VanityFair.com)
LINDA RONSTADT (VanityFair.com)
DEBBIE HARRY (VanityFair.com)
RICKIE LEE JONES (VanityFair.com)
RICKIE LEE JONES (VillageVoice.com)
EDIE BRICKELL (VanityFair.com)
NELLIE MCKAY (VanityFair.com)
SHERYL CROW (StarPolish.com)