I love working with male actors, and I think there’s a tendency to write really interesting characters that would work solely alongside men where they would be in a man’s world and have to deal with that, and it creates a lot of interesting storylines. For me, it’s kind of circumstantial, but I definitely enjoy it.
I heard that people were really interested in the new haircut, which I think is so funny. Great haircut, I really like it. It goes great with the time period. And I was super, super, super-happy to have my bangs swept to the side rather than straight in front of me, which I dealt with for three seasons. I'm very, very much done with that.
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Obviously, my life and my job in 2010 is very different from Peggy’s experience in the 1960s. I exist in a world that enjoys more equality between men and women. But I don’t take any of that into my performance. I just want to play the character as who she is as an individual – scene to scene.
I’ve heard people say, ‘I love how the characters never say what they’re really thinking, and I love how things are so open-ended and you just never know what’s going to happen.’ Do you know what I mean? So it’s an opinion, you know? I’ve heard very few, if any criticisms of the show, and I think that it obviously is working, whatever we’re doing.
|Birth:||24th July, 1982|
Elisabeth Singleton Moss was born in Los Angeles, California, USA. She is an American actress, known for her roles as Zoey Bartlet, the youngest daughter of President Josiah Bartlet, on the NBC television series The West Wing; Peggy Olson, secretary-turned-copywriter on the AMC series, Mad Men, which earned her six Emmy Awards nominations and one Golden Globe nomination; and Det. Robin Griffin in the BBC miniseries Top of the Lake, the last of which won her a Golden Globe and Satellite Awards for Best Actress in a Miniseries and/or TV film. She was first seen onscreen in 1990, when she appeared in the NBC miniseries Lucky/Chances.
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