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11 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Daisy Eagan. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Daisy Eagan, often where they are interviewed.

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11 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Daisy Eagan. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Daisy Eagan, often where they are interviewed.

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#30 - Daisy Eagan, Nothing To Hide

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Continuing Pride Month, Daisy Eagan, the youngest female to ever win a Tony award for her portrayal of Annie Lennox in The Secret Garden, shares her motherhood/life journey with us. Coming out to her liberal parents at 12 years old, she continued to explore her sexuality and gender identity all while battling the pressures of show business that has for so long only accepted womxn who look and act a certain way. Wildly open and honest about her struggles and triumphs, Daisy continues to be an activist for the LGBTQ+ community and the #BLM movement, and a voice for the dismantling that needs to take place in order to heal and rebuild our broken society.

Find more info about the podcast via BroadwayPodcastNetwork.com/mamas

Produced by Dori Berinstein and Alan Seales.

Edited by Derek Gunther.

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Jun 16 2020 · 51mins
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Ep9 - Daisy Eagan - Famous Enough

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Little Me host, Marc Tumminelli sits down with his childhood obsession Daisy Eagan in episode 9 of Little Me: Growing Up Broadway. Daisy Eagan tells her remarkable story of going from a normal 9 year old living in Brooklyn, NY to receiving a TONY Award at age 11 for Best Featured Actress in a Musical. Daisy shares some magical moments of making her Broadway debut in Les Miserables before starring on Broadway in the history making Broadway production of The Secret Garden and her career beyond her famed TONY win. Daisy talks about her early auditions, reality TV, her Tony win, press performances, family life, high school, college, working in LA, being part of The Secret Garden Lincoln center concert, missed opportunities, working with Lena Dunham, stopping the show at the Sondheim: A Celebration at Carnegie Hall and going to Disneyland with Mandy Patikin.

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Jun 11 2020 · 1hr 11mins
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Episode 5: Daisy Eagan

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Tony Award winner Daisy Eagan (HBO's Girls; National Tour of "The Humans") was recently described by a friend as having gone from "sort of bi to full-on queer-poly in under a year." Daisy talks us through the ups and downs of her awesome and still-evolving personal renaissance; plus, we take a deep dive into polyamory, and drop an s-ton of f-bombs!

Jul 11 2018 · 54mins
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Daisy Eagan

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In the early 90's, Broadway was very important to me.  Thus, Daisy Eagan was a huge deal.  She is the youngest actress to win a Tony Award for The Secret Garden, and I was really excited to see her in HBO'S GIRLS recently, playing the film version of Lena Dunham. We talk about prop food on The Secret Garden, her mom's cooking, Chicken Tetrazzini dreams, the politics of food, the definition of a casserole, and what the crafts service on the set of GIRLS was like.  Theme music is by Podcast Guest Goh Nakamura. Keep in touch via Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @mslynnchen. xo Lynn

Apr 12 2017 · 43mins
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Daisy Eagan / The Who's Tommy - Original Cast Recording (1993)

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The youngest actress to ever receive a Tony® Award is here to talk about everyone’s favorite musical based on an album by The Who.

Topics include: Anthony Barrile’s gyrations, why teenagers are so angry, and whether or not Daisy was (briefly in the early 90s) the real-life Sally Simpson of the St. James Theatre.

Daisy can currently be seen at Shakespeare Theatre here in DC in THE SECRET GARDEN, newly extended through January 8!

Featured recordings: THE WHO’S TOMMY - Original Cast Recording (1993)TOMMY - The Who (1969)

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Dec 14 2016 · 1hr 2mins
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How BroadwayCon Gets Made + Tony Winner Daisy Eagan

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For this episode we go inside the BroadwayCon Offices--er, office--to chat with Mischief Management's Melissa Aneli and Sierra Fox. We get the inside scoop on what it takes to pull off the biggest and best Broadway fan convention in the world. They share their favorite moments from last year's inaugural event and make some exciting announcements about what's on the bill for 2017. In the second part of the show, we'll catch up with Daisy Eagan who won a Tony Award when she was 11 for originating the role of Mary Lenox in The Secret Garden.
Oct 19 2016 · 26mins
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Daisy Eagan: A Catching Up Bonus Episode (Episode 51)

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The youngest female Tony Award winner is back! For this episode we catch up with Daisy who has just relocated from LA to NYC where she is living the theater auditioner life for the first time in nearly 12 years. She shares stories we didn't get the first time--including working with Christopher Walken on the Broadway production of James Joyce's The Dead. She also tells all about her upcoming show 'Daisy and Jordan: Rejected Bond Girls' which premieres Sunday, November 15 at 54 Below.
Nov 13 2015 · 32mins
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Ep. 8 Tony Award Winner Daisy Eagan on Being a Broadway Baby!

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Tony Award-winning actress Daisy Eagan stops by to talk about what it was like winning the biggest theater acting honor when she was just 11-years-old. When I was 11-years-old, I wanted to be on the Junior Varsity cheerleading team. That was my biggest goal in life. It was the pinnacle of success in my world at that time. I really had no aspirations beyond that  except maybe going to space one day (TNG-style).

Actress & Mom Daisy Eagan

The fact that Daisy Eagan at that same age was starring on Broadway (The Secret Garden) and won a Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical is so mind-boggling to me, that I wish I could go back in time and slap myself in the face for being so short-sided. Beyond amazed is how I would describe what I feel about Daisy.  She accomplished so much at such a young age, faced tremendous pain and loss, and still continued with her love of theater and performing as she moved through life.

Daisy and Monty. Such a ham!

Does that mean life was perfect? No. There have been many challenges. She shares things in this episode that affected her deeply, and still do to this day.Her mother died just 2 years after she won a Tony. And now she is a mother, trying to figure it all out and live out her life's passion for performing. She's a self-described feminist and activist and has a beautiful singing voice. She even sang "Let it go" for Channing before she left for NYC so obvi we are big fans.

But mostly we just had fun in this episode. Just two moms gabbing about how much we (unwittingly) love our kids and this industry. We do!

She has promised me play dates if she ever moves back to LA. And I'm going to hold her to that.

For more information on Daisy go to www.daisyeagan.com
Aug 24 2015 · 1hr 12mins
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Daisy Eagan

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TONY AWARD WINNER | ACTRESS | SINGER - Daisy Eagan began her career at the age of two,
playing a Bag of Wool in a preschool production of "Baa Baa Black Sheep." Eventually, she became the youngest
female ever to win a TONY AWARD for her performance as Mary Lennox in “The Secret Garden."

Recently, Daisy performed in NYC on the first national tour of "Love, Loss, And What I Wore" and as Snooki in
"Jersey Shoresical: A Frickin' Rock Opera!" “Les Miserables” (Broadway), James Joyce’s "The Dead”
(Original Broadway production) and a whole bunch of other plays and musicals. Some film and TV credits
include: "The Mentalist," “Without a Trace,” “Ghost Whisperer,” “Numb3rs,”
“The Unit,” “Losing Isaiah,” “Ripe,” and “Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding”
among others. Daisy co-created, co-wrote and starred in “Krystal Park”, a soap opera set in a
trailer park, pieces of which can be found on YouTube. Her two one-woman shows, "Still Daisy After All These
Years" and "Daisy Eagan: Fuck Off. I Love You" have played to packed houses in New York City and Los Angeles.

Currently, Daisy is expecting more sold-out performances for her upcoming self-written one woman show
entitled "One For My Baby" that premieres in San Francisco at Society Cabaret: Friday and Saturday, March
28th and 29th, Los Angeles at Rockwell Table & Stage: Monday, April 21st, New York at 54 Below: Sunday,
May 4th with more dates to follow. You can help support Daisy's tour by donating whatever you can give on her
IndieGoGo page.

INTERVIEW QUESTIONS INCLUDE: What can I do to protect my children psychologically, emotionally, physically
and on a business level while they are pursuing a career in show business? Does a website exist that provides
casting notices for just theatre actors?

WEBSITE: DaisyEagan.com
Mar 10 2014 · 55mins
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Episode 5: Daisy Eagan

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The hilarious and sardonic actress reflects on child stardom, winning a Tony Award at age eleven, how motherhood has changed her, and still trying to "make it" in the business.
Feb 23 2014 · 40mins
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