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Bonnie Hunt on the loss of her mother and new series ‘Amber Brown’

Actor Bonnie Hunt joined the 3rd Hour of TODAY to discuss directing the new series “Amber Brown” while taking a moment to reflect on grieving the loss of her mother.

Hunt talked about stepping behind the camera for the new series, saying, “I try to write from my heart and with humor like my mom instilled in me, and it’s been so much fun to kind of share my family’s sense of humor and love through this series. I hope it touches people.”  

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She tearfully spoke about remembering her mom, stating, “I think a part of me will always be grieving the loss of my mom… I’m inspired by her constantly. And she would always talk to me about the ripple effect. You’re a storyteller, Bonnie. Remember the ripple effect. Be mindful. Because what you put out there has an effect on people.”

WATCH Bonnie Hunt’s interview: https://on.today.com/3S7Iut5 

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(LINK & CREDIT: “3rd HOUR OF TODAY”)

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