Based on the inspirational true story of a bright and caring high-schooler (Kristen Bell) who confidently takes on the huge responsibility of caring for her three younger half-brothers after their neglectful mother is sentenced to jail for drug possession. She initially receives help raising the boys from her maternal grandmother and a handsome classmate. Grandma Lou: Diane Ladd. Tommy: Shedrack Anderson. Rowena: Anne Heche. Rose: Kristin Fairlie. Directed by Peter Werner.
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2004 - Emmy - Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie- nominated
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