Jane Lynch on Her Most Memorable Roles, From 'The Fugitive' to 'Glee'

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The Glee star and Emmys host comments on the range of characters she's played over the years

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Jane Lynch covers a lot of territory in her new memoir Happy Accidents: her childhood, her battle with alcoholism, her struggle to accept her homosexuality. She also offers readers a delightful tour of her varied film and television career, with commentary on her roles in The Fugitive, The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Glee, and more. Read her comments about the most memorable characters she's played over the years:


Read The Atlantic's interview with Jane Lynch.

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