From Chicken to Dairy to Flowers, the Long List of Things Debra Messing's Allergic To
This list will surprise you.
Debra Messing might be more similar to her character on "Will & Grace" than you realize.
The actress, who starred as the show's fussy lead character, recently sent off a laundry list of allergies and preferences before a party.
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Before attending the event celebrating her cover on Haute Living magazine, Messing's reps sent over a memo that said the 48-year-old actress, who was recently in an ABC remake of "Dirty Dancing," listed that she is lactose-intolerant (with the exception of feta and goat cheese) and allergic to a slew of common food items.
The list states that she is allergic to: "All white fish, chicken, mushrooms, gluten, game, beans, broccoli and cauliflower... wool, cats, cashmere, down feathers, gabardine (a type of woven cloth) and flowers, except for orchids."
The event decorator clearly picked up on her demands, as orchids did make an appearance at the party, a source told Inside Edition.
The "Dirty Dancing" remake, in which Messing plays Marjorie Houseman, the mother of lead character Baby, was panned by critics.
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The three-hour performance was "better left put in the corner," according to one social media commenter, Inside Edition previously reported.
Messing also starred in NBC series "The Mysteries of Laura" which premiered in 2014, and Steven Spielberg-produced NBC musical drama "Smash" in 2012 and 2013.
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