GLAAD Media Award-winner Kathy Griffin
will make her dramatic debut as a lesbian rights activist on NBC's
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Wednesday.
Griffin, a comedian and ardent gay
rights ally, is the star of cable channel Bravo's reality series My
Life On The D-List.
Kathy Griffin to SUV? As my mother calls it, a gritty cop drama
about a Jeep Cherokee and how much gas it can get per mile,”
Griffin said in a interview posted on the NBC
long-time gay icon, will guest star as Babs Duffy, a lesbian
activists, in the March 3 episode titled P.C.
“This is an
episode that they actually wrote for me. So it's a very A-list
moment for me in my D-list life,” she said.
her to me as a lesbian Al Sharpton. Which as a model is how I expect
the world to see me. And it's what I see when I look in the mirror.
And it's probably what Al Sharpton sees when he looks in the mirror –
that's the weird part,” Griffin added.
In 2008, the
49-year-old funnywoman campaigned in favor of gay marriage on D-List.
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