Demented (with Melanie Griffith and Stephen Dorff), and Serial Mom (with Kathleen Turner and Sam Waterston). Winterbourne with Shirley Mac Laine and Brendan Fraser, Cabin Boy, Last Exit to Brooklyn, Cookie, and Inside Monkey Zetterland.
She joined the cast of the Vietnam War drama series China Beach as a Red Cross volunteer, Holly "the Donut Dolly" Pelegrino, for the show's third season.
The film will explore the flurry of lawsuits related to these methods, as well as alternative options such as Natural Family Planning.
Lake and Epstein said, "now [hormonal birth control is] making women sick and so our goal with this film is to wake women up to the unexposed side effects of these powerful medications and the unforeseen consequences of repressing women's natural cycles." They have two sons: Milo Sebastian Sussman (b. June 18, 2001), whose water birth was actually shown in The Business of Being Born, the documentary that she also produced.
After making the finals, Lake was announced as the contestant in third place, losing to television personality Rob Kardashian and actor and Army veteran J. The new program has a more Oprah-like format than that of her former talk show., Lake is working with director Abby Epstein on a documentary about the dangers of hormonal birth control, titled Sweetening the Pill.