Lovely Rita

Berman, Marc
September 2007
MediaWeek;9/10/2007, Vol. 17 Issue 32, p30
Trade Publication
An interview with actress Rita Moreno is presented. When asked about her experience acting in the motion picture "West Side Story," Moreno said it was a great learning tool. Moreno says it was not easy for her to get acting roles as a Hispanic woman. She also talks about her roles in the television programs "Oz" and "Cane."


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