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RSS FeedsAlison Brie: `When Spielberg called it was the craziest half an hour of my life´
(The Guardian Culture News)


14 january 2018 10:47:37

Alison Brie: `When Spielberg called it was the craziest half an hour of my life´
(The Guardian Culture News)

Her big break came as Trudy in Mad Men where she was `silent and professional´. Then it was `fart jokes´ in Community and wrestling in Glow. But none of that prepared Alison Brie for a call from Spielberg and a film role opposite Meryl Streep`Hello, it´s Ali!´ comes a text message from an unknown number. `I´m running late but I´ll see you soon!` Los Angeles born actor Alison Brie´s Twitter bio reads `Always late... but worth the wait.` It´s true - both when we meet and in terms of her acting career. Though 34-year-old Brie feels like she´s been playing catch-up her entire career, she´s now a Golden Globe- nominated actor - for her role as a female wrestler in Glow - has a starring role in James Franco´s The Disaster Artist and will soon appear in Spielberg´s new drama The Post.As a kid she knew she was going to be an actor. Growing up in Pasadena, she wasn´t part of the central Hollywood set - `Although the girl who played the daughter in Beethoven did go to my high school.` She would act in local theatre shows, but decided against going to one of LA´s prestigious performing arts high schools, opting instead for a normal teenage experience with her friends. Continue reading...
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