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There she met and began dating classmate Peter Marc Jacobson.She performed in school shows, but while her high school drama and diction coaches recognized her promise and drive, they were confounded by her thick accent and nasal delivery.We looked at each other and said, this would be a funny movie. Keith Cox at TV Land then called Fran and said, what would you like to do for TV if you were producing your own show ... She said well, that would be easy, it would be me and my gay ex-husband, and her boyfriend and our weird little triangle.She asked, should I tell you the rest of my ideas, and he said no because I just bought that one. [] called about three years ago and said we are going to out you, and I said, well I’m out already … They then [asked if I] would do an interview, and I said no, because it would look like it's being gratuitous and looking for attention. Renée is now a reoccurring character, and we are hoping to get Danny Davis [who played Niles the Butler] and Lauren Lane [Ce Ce] on, and maybe Rachel Chagall [Val].RELATED: Fran Drescher and Charles Shaughnessy reunite …in bed The photo that really had fans excited was the one of Drescher and Shaughnessy with their arms wrapped around each other.

She took home second place, but viewed the competition as a calling card; Drescher told local talent agents she'd won the pageant, and used the fibbed victory to pitch herself as a potential client.

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Francine Joy Drescher was born in Flushing, Queens, on September 30th, 1957, as the youngest of two children. While attending Parsons Junior High, Drescher realized she was interested in acting.

Drescher's mother Sylvia was a bridal consultant and father, Mort, was a systems analyst for the U. At Hillcrest High School (where she shared several classes with comedian and fellow student Ray Romano), Drescher joined the drama club.