The "new" Julia Child?
Date: February 1, 2016
I can't believe I've gotten so old as to ask this question, but I could use a little help.
Today, I once again had my students do the "Julia Child" voice, and they looked at me like an alien. Of course, when I asked if they knew who Julia Child was, it prompted more blank stares. I've also done Mrs. Doubtfire and Snaggle-puss, but both of these are becoming a bit dated as well.
I was curious if there was a newer, more "fresh" analog to Julia Child that might get a bit more traction with millenials. Thanks!
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