We've got to hand it to Lizzy Caplan -- she's gone from teen movie star shoutout to Janis Ian! She also happens to be gorgeous and talented, which never hurts. I drank the entire bottle and had to get my stomach pumped," she explained to the gentleman's magazine. For her role as Virginia Johnson on "Masters of Sex," however, things are a little different. She explained the nude scenes for her current role are a little more structured with pages of dialogue, whereas in "True Blood," she just "had to walk across a room wearing only tiny panties and climb on a guy, and that was it. The year-old actress also gets candid about how far women, in the entertainment industry and beyond, have come since the s the decade in which her show is set. Hint: it's not that far. Women are still expected to accept a lower paycheck than a man for the same amount of work.
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And not feel completely uncomfortable and not want to kill myself? Caplan, 37, has a gallows humour and a tendency to speak in morbid metaphors. It feels appropriate. Her presence in the second season has been a mixed blessing for the pair.
By Lina Das. From early roles in cult films to those sizzling scenes in Masters of Sex , the actress never misses a trick. Here she tells Lina Das about working her magic in a new blockbuster and why she loves dating a Brit. Well, it is strange that it seems to be accepted that men will get paid more. But, I tend to be ruthless in that arena,' said Lizzy Caplan.
Lizzy Caplan: Well I generally was more drawn towards comedic roles but there was something about this script that I found so deeply fascinating, specifically the character of Virginia. To have the opportunity to play somebody so layered and so nuanced and it's an opportunity that doesn't come around all that often for an actress and certainly not for a comedic actress. And so I knew it was a role that I wanted to fight very, very hard to get. Although I didn't really think my chances of getting it were all that great. Lizzy Caplan: I absolutely had reservations. It was something that I had never done before and I've been told for the majority of my career that I'm considered very - that my sensibilities are much more modern than period. And so I had a lot of doubts as to whether or not the producers would be able to see me in the role. And then after they saw me in the role I had a lot of doubts as to whether or not the public would be able to see me in that time period. Lizzy Caplan: I didn't. I find that you're either a person who studied Masters and Johnson in school or you didn't.