Actress Andrea Savage knows a thing or two about curveballs. After two years of writing, producing, and starring in her very own TV show, I’m Sorry, she was suddenly and unexpectedly faced with having to tell her entire cast and crew that the show was canceled. In this Mental Health Toolkit episode, Andrea tells Alex about how she dealt with the emotional loss, and how it led her to a surprising new chapter of her career.
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