“There isn’t any project that I now consider ‘too little’ or ‘too small,’ like that girl [an earlier version of herself] from back in the early seventies, the girl who said ‘I will never do a sitcom,’ ‘I will never do a soap opera,'” says the actress Judith Light as we sit down at the offices of The Hollywood Reporter to record an episode of THR’s ‘Awards Chatter’ podcast. “That’s not ever where I come from anymore. I come from great respect for the work.” Ironically, Light is perhaps most famous for her acclaimed turns on the ABC soap opera One Life to Live (1977-1983) and the ABC sitcom Who’s the Boss (1984-1992) — projects she now, a few months shy of her 70th birthday, proudly embraces — but she has also done so much more en route to becoming one of the most respected and admired actresses of her generation.

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