Flashback Friday: Uma Thurman Already Had Herself a Hit in The Producers
The award-winning screen actor will make her (actual) Broadway debut this fall.
Uma Thurman has already conquered film, television, and the delicate art of the Quentin Tarantino fight scene. Broadway is truly the last frontier, and she'll finally be crossing it this fall in Beau Willimon's new political drama The Parisian Woman, as was officially confirmed earlier this week.
Though she's not technically a Broadway star yet, she sometimes plays one on TV. You might remember her as Hollywood diva-turned-Bombshell-headliner as Rebecca Duvall on NBC's Smash. Or maybe you better recall how she stepped right up and strütted her stüff as Ulla Inga Hansen Benson Yansen Tallen Hallen Svaden Swanson in the 2005 film version of The Producers.
I don't think The Parisian Woman will be staging many production numbers, so take a stroll down Uma Thurman memory lane and enjoy her rendition of "When You Got It, Flaunt It" — an audition that landed Ulla a Broadway debut in Springtime for Hitler.