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Thursday, April 1, 2021

Danielle Harris Returning to the Small Screen to Reprise 1990s Role in “The Conners” This Month

No, she won’t be covered in blood this time. We don’t think so, at least.

In the wake of her iconic role in the Halloween franchise, Danielle Harris played a character named Molly Tilden in several episodes of “Roseanne” back in the early ’90s, a role that we’ve learned Harris will be reprising on that show’s spinoff continuation, ABC’s “The Conners“!

Danielle Harris will be playing Molly Tilden in the April 7th episode of the series that’s titled A Fast Car, a Sudden Loss, and a Slow Decline, wherein “Darlene learns shocking news about an old friend” and “the family comes together to help someone close to them.”

Harris writes on Instagram, “GUESS WHO’S BACK IN LANFORD?!!! It’s been a long 27 YEARS but “MOLLY TILDEN” is back stirring up ALLLLL kinds of good trouble for Darlene! This is what I’ve been working on that I’m SO DAMN excited about! I could shout it from the rooftop!”

Check out a first-look image of Harris from the upcoming episode below!

On the horror front, “Danielle is excited to get back in the director’s seat with her currently titled feature film Sequel, which was written by British screenwriter James Moran and will be produced by Joe Dante (Gremlins) and Mark Alan of Renfield Productions. Sequel is a dark, twisted, female forward, horror comedy about seven final girls and one fateful final night.”

 

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source https://bloody-disgusting.com/tv/3658377/danielle-harris-returning-small-screen-reprise-1990s-role-conners-month/

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