Wednesday, May 24, 2023


Just discovered these from Getty Images from an event for the Amanda Foundation. They can be purchased here but this is probably for editorial use. What makes me mad is that certain photographers choose the worst photos ever on purpose so TMZ can condemn you and destroy you. This has happened to me many times. TMZ posted the worst pic of me during the most scary time of my life, when the stalker was threatening to 'bash my face in.' It was a a pic taken while I was blinking or moving my mouth or something mistaken. People wrote that I was 'so ugly I deserved to have my face bashed in." That's what being famous gets you. #LydiaCornell Ruben Mazariegos #TMZ

And now photographer Phil Archuleta is doing the same thing. Posting the worst photo possible of me from a side angle that had me in the midst of blinking - that doesn't even look like me. Why would he do this? What is the point of trying to destroy a career?

Tuesday, April 11, 2023


 HI Everyone! 

Hope you are all well and had a happy Easter weekend. I just finished filming a wonderful movie cirected by Millena Gay, written by Noreen McClendon and co-starring Jayne Kennedy, Lawrence Hilton Jacobs, Cleavon McClendon, Vincent Irizarry, Kathleen Bradley, Christina Childress and our first AD was Satie Gosset, the son of Lou Gossett, Jr. 

Here is pretty unusual interview about some cool things and the first 10 minutes encapsulates a philosophy of life that came off the top of my head. It was a pure godshot interview

Here is the page with all the links and text: 


Tuesday, March 21, 2023

LYDIA CORNELL 2023 PHOTOS ~ w/ Melissa Manchester, Leonard Martin, MIchael Learned at the HOLLYWOOD MUSEUM ~ GETTY IMAGES

Photo of Lydia Cornell and beau Lawrence H. Levy by William Kidston at the Smithsonian event at The Hollywood Museum Mary Pickford’s gown from the movie Secrets, 1933. Leonard Maltin, Jim Colucci, Vin DiBona, oanne Worley, Melissa Manchester, Lawrence H. Levy, Michael Learned, Anson Williams, Stanley Livingston, Lawrence H Levy, Dee Dee Sorvino, B Harlan Boll, Roger Neal, Ann Jillian, Donelle Dadigan

Wednesday, March 15, 2023

Lydia Cornell on HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm


Comedy Hall of Fame's Grace Fraga and her Hilarious, Life-Changing Cancer Recovery Story

Comedy Hall of Fame's Grace Fraga and her Hilarious, Life-Changing Story

'How to Survive the Worst Day of Your Life' or 'How to Create Miracles in the Midst of a Crisis' ~ A phenomenal show with the hilarious and amazing Grace Fraga. TV producer, standup comedienne, relationship expert, cancer survivor, and bestselling author. Godshots Mental Health podcast with Lydia Cornell and Darlene Sperlazza, R.N.

"My 3 Boobs" (hint: one of them is a guy). 'What foods NOT to eat to prevent cancer?' 'What plant-based body and household products to use?' Einstein said: "Coincidence is God's way of remaining anonymous." Mental Health Series

Wednesday, January 18, 2023

How to Combat Depression

 ***People don’t fake depression.. they fake being ok**

Drink water, plenty of it. Use ice, if you want. Add some mint or lemon for an extra boost.
Go outside and get some sunshine - take a walk, play, relax, swim, just do it outside even if it’s for 15 minutes.
Shower. Not a bath, a shower. Use water as hot or cold as you like. You don’t even need to wash. Just get in under the water and let it run over you for a while. Sit on the floor if you gotta.
Get some exercise, if you have a gym membership use it. If you don’t, do some calisthenics, or simple exercises that don’t require much.
Blast music. Listen to something upbeat and dancy and loud, something that’s got lots of energy. Sing to it, dance to it, even if you suck at.
Make something. Write a short story or a poem, draw a picture, color a picture, fold origami, crochet or knit, sculpt something out of clay, anything artistic. Even if you don’t think you’re good at it. Create.
Go outside. Take a walk. Sit in the grass. Look at the clouds. Smell flowers. Put your hands in the dirt and feel the soil against your skin. Take off your shoes and walk in the grass, sand or dirt. Ground yourself ❤️
Call someone. Call a loved one, a friend, a family member, call a chat service if you have no one else to call. Talk to a stranger on the street. Have a conversation and listen to someone’s voice. If you can’t bring yourself to call, text or email or whatever, just have some social interaction with another person. Even if you don’t say much, listen to them. It helps. (You can always call/text/message me!)
May seem small or silly to some, but this list keeps people alive.
* In case nobody has told you today I Love you and you are worth your weight and then some in gold, so be kind to yourself and most of all keep pushing on!!!!
Find something to be grateful for!
US National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Hours: Available 24 hours. Languages: English, Spanish.
Help is available, speak to someone today.
Dial 988
**copied, and added a few things that help me....feel free to do the same... 💚💙