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OnlyOnAOL: Minnie Driver opens up about working-mom realities

By: Donna Freydkin In real life, she's the mom of Henry Story Driver, 8. And in the ABC hit "Speechless," which got a full season pickup and airs Wednesdays, Minnie Driver is the tenacious, loving mom of a son with cerebral palsy. She battles for her child with sensitivity, smarts and a sense of humor. She's so proud of the series, even though as the headliner, she's working 16 hour days.
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