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With more TV credits under her belt than many actors manage in a lifetime, Connie Britton has left her mark on audiences with her remarkable talent and grace. Over the past few years, Britton has been juggling lead roles on such shows as “Nashville,” “Friday Night Lights” and “American Horror Story,” as well as film roles in “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl,” “American Ultra,” and “This is Where I Leave You.” Britton is also set to star in the upcoming series “American Crime Story.”
In an exclusive clip from an interview with Sam Jones, Britton talks about her love for television and why she’ll always come back to it. Citing her childhood heroes of Mary Tyler Moore and Lucille Ball, Britton talks about why she’ll never say never to working on television.