closeVideo of The Wonderful Ms. Anderson’s members of the cast reveal for the first time they saw their name in lights
Rachel Brosnahan, Alex Borstein, and more are used to describe the first time they saw their name in lights.
Rachel Brosnahan has opened up about the impact they are making in Hollywood to change her look.
“Wonderful, Mrs. Anderson,” star announced during a Q&A, that is, before she found fame, she was told that she was going to have to change her looks if she wanted to.
“Early in the morning, you’ll get a lot of feedback on the audition, People give it to you when it’s [the] Bible, as it is the truth,” said the 29-year-old Emmy-award winner, according to Page Six.
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She went on to say, “I’ve heard that so often, I had to get my hair and my make-up and to buy different clothing… It’s starting to get it in your head.”
However, in spite of all the negative feedback, Brosnahan has remained true to himself, and it seemed to work for her.
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“All of these things are, and sometimes trying to fit a square peg into a round hole,” she added. “The correct thing will be to find.”
Brosnahan said recently on Fox News, and the revelation of what it was like to have her name in lights.
“There’s a huge billboard in Times Square,” she said. “I don’t know if it’s going right now, but it was just as they were during the first season. I was with a friend of mine and we were just like [shocked face], and then we proceeded to take about a thousand selfies in front of it.”
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She added: “It was very disturbing, and I hated every second of it, and it was pretty darn cool.