Juliana additionally stated she would “never, ever be angry if a lesbian played a straight woman.”
Julianna Margulies received candid about her lesbian function on the Apple TV+ hit “The Morning Show.”
During her look on Wednesday’s “Just for Variety” podcast, the actress was requested if she thought of any attainable backlash for enjoying a homosexual character amid the current name for LGBTQ+ actors to be solid in LGBTQ+ roles.
“Who’s to say I haven’t had my own gay experiences?” stated Margulies, who has been married to husband Keith Lieberthal since 2007. “We’re making assumptions.”
“I know there was some trepidation of ‘will lesbian actresses be angry?’ and I can tell you I would never, ever be angry if a lesbian played a straight woman,” she added.
On “The Morning Show,” Margulies performs Laura Peterson, a veteran journalist, who finally ends up relationship Reese Witherspoon’s Bradley Jackson. The former “ER” star stated she was excited the manufacturing introduced in a feminine character to “upset the balance” between Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston’s character, Alex Levy.
“Hats off to that, because the truth is women are more afraid of women,” she defined. “They dress for women. We don’t dress for men. We dress for each other. We want to impress each other much more.”
“It made so much sense, and I thought, ‘Ah, a show that gets women. This is great.'”
When the viewers meets Margulies’ Laura, she has fought her means again to the highest of the journalism recreation after dropping all of it as soon as she was outed. The wealthy backstory is one thing Margulies stated she appreciated.
“I really love that she’s 100% comfortable in her own skin and has no ulterior motives. She doesn’t have a hidden agenda. She is probably the only character on that show that has no hidden skeletons in her closet.”
Although a 3rd season of “The Morning Show” has but to be introduced, Margulies exclaimed, “If they want me, I would be back. I would be back in a jiffy.”