By  on March 5, 2010

“Neither wind, rain, sleet or snow could keep New York women from putting on red and stepping out — fuhgeddaboutit!” said Marcia Gay Harden, the Oscar-winning actress, feigning a die-hard New Yorker accent, at the Go Red for Women luncheon at the Waldorf Astoria benefiting the American Heart Association’s national campaign to fight heart disease.

“My father died of heart disease in 2002,” said Harden, who received the 2010 Women with Heart Award from the AHA. “He was overweight, stressed out, a military man, angry, diabetic — the poster boy for heart disease. He was also from Texas and would never not think of eating copious amounts of whatever he wanted.”

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