Parenthood cast dating
Glamour: If this acting thing doesn't work out, you'd be a great therapist. I never really care, but I'm pretty secretive. Glamour: Since you're in a "great relationship," what's your best relationship advice? As I get older, every time I see a baby, I'm like "Do I want to have a baby with someone? " You get this tense thing of "I've got to lock this." I feel like, for me, for now, it just does not work that way. I think girls are attractive, I think boys are attractive, I think old people are attractive, I think young people are—I appreciate everything and everyone. Glamour: How did your parents know that you were cut out for this business? The famous story is that my mom took me to an audition of hers when I was two and a half or three, and in the waiting room they said, "Hey, she's kind of cute. " My mom was like "Oh no, no," and I was like "Yeah!
Mae: I looked into courses online, but I was like, "I'm too lazy for this! I am really learning to be completely present and in the moment. Glamour: Speaking of being attracted to girls, I thought it was brilliant how addressed Haddie having a girlfriend in the season finale last year. " There's no way I knew exactly what I was talking about, but I was like, "I want to do it. I can do it." I'm sure the fact that my mom didn't want me to was one of the reasons why I wanted to do it. Mae: I think it's really funny though and so strange. Glamour: I'm not sure about that, but you can come eat with me anytime!
begins to say goodbye after five-plus seasons, there's no one I wanted to feature more for Girl Talk With... Over vegan nachos from Valley fave Sun Cafe, Mae and I grabbed a couple of blankets and settled into the couch at Adam and Crosby's recording studio on the . Mae: My very first experience was with Sarah Ramos, who plays Haddie.
In an episode last season, Ray Romano's character joked that the Bravermans are like Starbucks—there's one on every corner. There's such an overwhelming energy when we're all together. She had already been cast, and they were casting the role of Amber next.
We became super close right away, and she's been one of my closest friends since. Glamour: We'll be here all day if I ask about everyone else, but tell me who your favorite guest star has been.
Off-screen we're super close, and we hang out all the time. If Craig looks at me the wrong way, I start crying. He doesn't smoke cigars anymore, but we literally would sit outside and pass the cigar back and forth, and he would tell me the wildest, coolest stories. One year for Christmas I got her a gold necklace with a little gold toilet at the bottom of it. She has this whole line of home goods, and she's always coming in the trailer and being like "I mixed this in my lab last night. Glamour: Say something amazing about Matt Lauria because I have the biggest crush on him. The word that comes to mind is After our first season of getting to know each other and falling in love, the last scene of that season is us walking down a street where there was a little antique store next door. I have a little tattoo on my arm that's from my favorite children's book, and it's a little sheep looking up at a star, so Matt presented the antique sheep to me at the end of the day. Glamour: The final 13 episodes are being kept top secret. Glamour: We know someone is going to die, and I'm terrified of who that's going to be. Mae: You just have to enjoy everybody while you have all of them!
Alia Shawkat has been my best friend since we were 11 years old, and we've just been through so many incarnations of ourselves with each other.
The only thing you can count on is that things are always going to change.
It makes me feel crazy because you fall in love with who you fall in love with. Mae: I haven't yet really dated a girl, but there have been numerous girls I'm super attracted to and into. Mae: I think the funniest stuff has a bit of truth in there, so I'm not half-assin' it, but I'm a sloth. I was talking to Aubrey Plaza about that the other day, and she was like, "Do you ever just get home and sit in your room and before you know it, it's been three hours? Some people were like "We don't care about doing interpretive dances in the..." and I kind of was like, "Wait, it's not that." We're talking about writing, painting, giving kids a chance to create something that is theirs, to give them something to be proud of, to give them something that actually comes from them, that they own, that they can say "I made this and I'm proud of it and it's mine." That's something that I feel really passionate about. Glamour: If you weren't acting, what would you do? I love talking to people and having them ask questions and getting discussions going about art. Glamour: I'd want to be Tina Turner's backup dancer. Glamour: I saw Oprah do it once and decided I wanted to try.
It still mystifies me that it's something that people are struggling with, but I'm proud to be part of a show that would illuminate how it doesn't have to be an issue rather than the fact that it is. I grew up in a family where it never even was presented as something different, so it was just always like, "Yeah." I'm so thankful for that because I feel like it would create a lot of really weird baggage for me because I definitely have times where I'm attracted to girls or I'm attracted to who I'm attracted to and that should be the way that it is. Changing topics a bit, Miles Heizer is not only your friend and costar but your roommate as well. " I was like, "Actually every day."Glamour: What causes are nearest and dearest to you?