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In the film, Mary Elizabeth portrays a stand-up comedienne, whose personal life is in tatters, and she toured comedy clubs looking for inspiration. I went to as many shows as I could to find the person who would spark my inspiration. It was really fun to be riffing and improvising raunchy comedy with other women. Typically, in any comedic space I've been in before it's been with only men. I loved the experience. Search form Search. Username required. Password required.

In the year since Weinstein, have you seen things change for you as an actor? Have you had to deal with anything along those lines over the course of your career? I was very lucky when I was younger and starting out — I was incredibly sheltered, and my mom went with me everywhere until I was like, She would go with you to jobs? My mom is always around. It was pretty overbearing. Did she insist on it?

And I was very used to it. That was our dynamic. My mom was always with me from the age of But having said that, I absolutely had every kind of microaggression you can think of, in terms of little remarks, or being put down, or not given respect because I was a young woman.

All of that I felt on a daily basis. So I can absolutely relate to everything that women are feeling right now. I certainly feel that with this film, everyone is a part of that — feeling that uncomfortability, and that need for change.

Where did that rage come from for you? And once you notice it, you can never stop noticing it. Anger is the dominant emotion in every woman I know right now. But it feels useful in some ways. It feels potentially useful right now, absolutely. I think it just has to. Had you ever done stand-up before? I was absolutely terrified. While Winstead thought her character would be playing a lot of bridge, she didn't anticipate the path Nikki would take over the course of the series.

She told Variety in June , "Where she ends up at the end of the season versus where she starts out — when we started, I was taking bridge lessons. I thought I would be playing bridge all season long. When Mary Elizabeth Winstead landed the role of Nikki Swango in Season 3 of Fargo , she thought she would be playing a sweet, law-abiding character like cop Gloria.

Instead, Winstead was pleasantly surprised to be given the layered role of Nikki, who oozes sex appeal. The actress normally strayed away from "sexier" roles in the past, as she told Glamour in April I don't want to be seen as sexy because that's not interesting or substantive.

Mary Elizabeth Winstead has come a long way in her career since she began acting on Touched by an Angel at age In the film, Winstead plays a woman struggling to keep her alcoholism under control. Winstead talked about the film and its influence on her life in an interview with Glamour in April , saying, "That totally changed the way I saw myself as an actor and types of roles that I wanted to play.

It really just set me in a clear direction in terms of what I wanted to do. From playing the part of a struggling alcoholic, Winstead discovered she had the "complexity and capacity as an actor to play the kinds of roles" she wanted to play.

When Mary Elizabeth Winstead took on the role of an alcoholic in the film Smashed , it changed her outlook on substance abuse in Hollywood and the issues enablers pose for individuals suffering from addiction.

The actress admittedly has stayed away from alcohol and drugs in Hollywood, and she credits her strict upbringing for keeping her on a straight-and-narrow path.

She told The Guardian in November , "I wasn't allowed out anywhere. I had two friends. That was it. But I was also terrified of hanging out with other teenagers and going to parties. I didn't fit. While her peers were having fun, the actress feared she "wasn't cool enough for them" and that they would consider her "nerdy and dull" for not partaking in drinking and doing drugs.

Rather than focus her energy on making friends, Winstead focused all of her energy on the arts — and it paid off. Hollywood can be a dangerous place for child actors, so it's no surprise that Mary Elizabeth Winstead's mother kept a close eye on her throughout the beginning of her career — up until the actress was 24 years old.

When discussing the MeToo movement in Hollywood with Vulture in October , Winstead explained that she didn't experience it much in her career because she was very sheltered, saying, "I was very lucky when I was younger and starting out -— I was incredibly sheltered, and my mom went with me everywhere until I was like, While Winstead was embarrassed at the time that her "mom [was] always around" and was "pretty overbearing," she was also thankful that she didn't experience anything harmful coming up in Hollywood.

She said, "I'm also thankful because I really didn't experience those things — I just was never in a situation to be exposed to that particularly, or people were afraid of my mom. Mary Elizabeth Winstead became an indie darling and developed a fan following with her work in cult-hit films like Scott Pilgrim vs.

However, the actress has still maintained a relatively low profile in Hollywood that has helped her stay out of the spotlight when it comes to her personal life.

The actress enjoys her low-key celebrity status and likes not being recognized out in public a lot. She told Vulture in October , "I definitely prefer to fly under the radar. I feel like I'm at the point now where I'm old enough and secure enough that if fame were to come, I'd be able to handle it and not get swept up in it.