Hunter Quitting Los Angeles

HOLLY HUNTER is quitting Los Angeles now her U.S. TV series SAVING GRACE has been axed - the actress is moving back to New York.
Hunter relocated to the Big Apple after college, but packed her bags for the west coast when her TV and movie career took off.
The final episode of her crime series is set to air this summer (10), amid reports high production costs led to its cancellation - and Hunter is eager to move back east.
She says, "I'm very excited. I moved here (to New York) in 1980. It feels like a different place, but the same."
But Hunter's journey will be a long one - the star is taking a train across country to make the move, adding: "I just thought it would be kind of exciting."


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