She really is a Wonder Woman! Sarah Silverman puts on a brave face as she enjoys a coffee break in New York... after posting emotional tribute to her late mother over the weekend
Over the weekend she paid tribute to her late mother, two years after she passed away.
And Sarah Silverman appeared stronger than ever as she was spotted during a coffee break in New York on Tuesday.
The brave comedian, 46, looked in good spirits as she larked around in front of the cameras, aptly wearing a Wonder Woman tee from Junk Food.
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Upbeat: Sarah Silverman appeared in good spirits as she was spotted in New York on Tuesday after
The raven haired actress put on an animated display, poking out her tongue playfully at photographers.
Wearing her hair tied back, and covering her face with a pair of quirky sunglasses, she enjoyed a cigarette as she sipped on a coffee.
Opting for a casual touch, she added a pair of biker boots, carrying a large backpack on her shoulder as she left her hotel.
In loving memory: Over the weekend she paid tribute to her late mother Beth Ann O'Hara, two years after she passed away
Moving forward: The brave comedian, 46, looked in good spirits as she larked around in front of the cameras
Boost: She enjoyed a quick coffee break in between meetings
Waving as she left the trendy area, Sarah's upbeat appearance came after a rather more sombre weekend.
Sarah remembered her late mother Beth Ann O'Hara Saturday on the two-year anniversary of her death.
The comedian took to social media to post a poignant essay commemorating her late parent, who passed away August 19, 2015 at the age of 73.
'Two years ago today my mom left her earthly shell. I feel like I'm just beginning to understand her,' she wrote in her heartbreaking caption.
Dressed in a rather apt 'Wonder woman' t-shirt from Junk Food, the raven haired actress put on an animated display, poking out her tongue playfully at photographers
Fag break: Wearing her hair tied back, and covering her face with a pair of quirky sunglasses, she enjoyed a cigarette as she sipped on a coffee
Pulling through: Waving as she left the trendy area, Sarah's upbeat appearance came after a rather more sombre weekend
She hailed her mom for persevering through 'so many struggles' over the years, many amid the generational norms of the time.
'She was raised in a time when girls were seen and not heard and went to college to find husbands instead of themselves,' Sarah wrote.
'But she found her voice and she found her immeasurable strength and had great years after allowing herself her full potential.'
The Masters of Sex star said that her mom had 'battled for decades' amid health problems, fighting valiantly 'before that took her too.'
Brave: On Saturday Sarah paid tribute to her late mother, who passed away two years ago
The talented actress capped off the emotional post - which was accompanied by a vintage shot of her late mother - in writing, 'I miss you mom. You are a warrior.'
Silverman hailed her mom's spirited personality in making the sad announcement of her death at the time, writing, 'Wednesday morning my mom died. She was a know-it-all in overalls & two different colored socks. And defiantly, no bra.'
'The woman who went back to college at 42, and skinny dipped in ponds, and told me never to protect myself from a broken heart because it was so very worth the pain to get to experience love.'
Fierce: Sarah praised her late mother's fearless and independent spirit throughout her life, in a touching post over the weekend
O'Hara, like her daughter, had an affinity for the stage.
She was involved in local theater in New Hampshire for decades, receiving the lifetime achievement award at the New Hampshire Counsel of the Arts awards 14 years ago, with her daughter presenting it.
Sarah has been busy of late, working on an upcoming Hulu series.
'I Love You, America,' which Silverman is producing with, among others, Oscar-winning screenwriter Adam McKay ('The Big Short'), is scheduled to debut Oct. 12.
It will include studio and field pieces, a monologue and a regularly appearing focus group made up of people 'from all walks of life,' Silverman said at a press conference last month.
Fond memories: Sarah, her mother and a friend were snapped at LAX in October 2008
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