Felicity Huffman Was 'So Scared of Marriage' but It Ended Up Saving Her

There was a time when Felicity Huffman was so petrified of marriage that almost anything seemed preferable. Luckily for her husband, William H. Macy, she eventually became more scared of not getting married.

“I was so scared of marriage that I thought I would’ve preferred to step in front of a bus,” the actress, 52, tells the Tribune News Service.

Why Does William H. Macy Call His Wife, Felicity Huffman, Flicka?

No, William H. Macy isn’t referring to his wife in any equine way!

Anyone who watched the Shameless star, 64, take home his first SAG Awards trophy on Sunday, for male actor in a comedy series, was probably puzzled when he gave a shout-out to his wife, actress Felicity Huffman – aka “Flicka.”

Was that a reference to the 1943 film My Friend Flicka, about a boy and his horse named, well, Flicka?

Eva Longoria to Star in New NBC Comedy

Felicity Huffman isn’t the only member of Desperate Housewives who has booked a new primetime series.

Eva Longoria has been recruited to star and executive produce a new comedy for NBC.

The network ordered 13 episodes of Telenovela, a Soapbox-like story that shows the drama behind the scenes of a TV sudser.

Felicity Huffman: I'm Loving My Daughters' Teen Years

It’s not usually a parent’s favorite stage of life, but former Desperate Housewives star Felicity Huffman says she and husband William H. Macy are relishing their daughters’ teen years, angst and all.

This Brazilian Blogger Got a Ton of Selfies with Stars at the Emmys

Turns out the most impressive guest at the 2014 Emmys may have been a Brazilian blogger who operates under the name of a character from an classic film. (Several signs point to it being the secret identity of James Cimino, a reporter from São Paulo.)

William H. Macy and Shameless Costars Search for Freedom on Their Harleys

Desperate Housewives Finale Proves Classically Desperate

Desperate Housewives is over. For longtime fans of the ABC comedy-drama, the two-hour finale flew by.

The first half concluded the preposterous murder trial against Bree (Marcia Cross). It was sad to see Bree led off to the death chamber manacled and in an unflattering orange jumper. Am I kidding? As narrator Mary Alice would say: Yesssssss

The Desperate Housewives Stars, Then and Now

Sunday marks the end of road for the lovely ladies of Wisteria Lane. And what a road it’s been. After eight seasons of drama, debauchery, tears and hilarity, ABC s Desperate Housewives is coming to an end.

Nicollette Sheridan Testifies About 'Humiliating' Slap to Her Head

After a dispute about her lines, Nicollette Sheridan says that Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry settled the argument in a shocking way.

He hit her with his open hand, she testified in court Thursday.

“It was a nice wallop to my head,” the actress said in her multimillion-dollar wrongful termination trial in a Los Angeles courtroom.

Asked by her lawyer if she was willing to demonstrate in court for him, she said, “I don’t want to hurt you.”

William H. Macy Reveals How He Keeps the Passion Alive with Felicity Huffman

Fake it ‘til you make it.

That, in a nutshell, is William H. Macy’s advice to men on how to keep things passionate after the first few years of marriage.

“Just act like you love her more than anybody you’ve ever seen in your life, and you’ll get it back in spades. Just pretend,” says the actor, 61, whose been married to Desperate Housewives actress Felicity Huffman for 15 years. “You have to pretend. Make it up, just make it up!”