Global Statistics

All countries
191,737,843
Confirmed
Updated on 20/07/2021 8:30 am
All countries
172,866,439
Recovered
Updated on 20/07/2021 8:30 am
All countries
4,113,092
Deaths
Updated on 20/07/2021 8:30 am

Global Statistics

All countries
191,737,843
Confirmed
Updated on 20/07/2021 8:30 am
All countries
172,866,439
Recovered
Updated on 20/07/2021 8:30 am
All countries
4,113,092
Deaths
Updated on 20/07/2021 8:30 am

AnnaSophia Robb on Dr. Death and portraying real people

Image source: Courtesy of AnnaSophia Robb

In our question and answer series Last callWe get to the bottom of everything with some of our favorite celebrities, from the last time they were blown away to the last song they heard. This week, AnnaSophia Robb answers our call.

AnnaSophia Robb’s role as Michelle Shughart in Peacock’s Dr. Death is a far cry from her roles as Leslie Burke in bridge to Terabithia And as a young Carrie Bradshaw in Carrie’s diaries. Now 27, the actress is very demanding with the roles she assumes. “I went to college after Carrie’s diaries and I continued working throughout the university. So I try to be very picky about what I want my career to be, “he told POPSUGAR.” I want to tell stories that I believe in and characters that I find really interesting and different. ”

Despite not knowing much about the case presented in Dr. DeathIt didn’t take long for AnnaSophia to get hooked. “I listened to the podcast right away and was shocked and horrified by what had happened,” she shared. “Of course, I listened to all the episodes and was very excited about the story.” Not only is Dr. Death in line with the actor’s goal of choosing stories that he believes in, but also allows him to play a real person. “Personally, I prefer to play real characters because all the people I have played so far have been very open and kind,” he added. “It kind of gives me a touchstone as to what their goals are and how they exist in the world. And I really enjoy it.”

“I listened to the podcast right away and was shocked and horrified by what had happened.”

Between her role as Lacey in The act and Michelle in Dr. Death, you would think that AnnaSophia was a true fanatic of the crime; but you would be wrong. “I wouldn’t say that I am a true fanatic of crime because I usually avoid it because it scares me,” she laughed. “I say, ‘I don’t want to know this is going to work. I’m going to have strange dreams. ‘ But as soon as there is something in front of my face, I get obsessed and I love it. “

Weather Dr. Death not the happiest source material, AnnaSophia still managed to enjoy her time on set. “Even in a pandemic, you can’t shut up the actors,” he revealed. “I loved listening to Alec [Baldwin’s] stories. It has so many stories and it was a great cast. I felt really blessed to be a part of this group of truly extraordinary actors. Josh [Jackson] he’s so talented, smart, and wonderful. How is christian [Slater], Grace [Gummer], Carrie Preston and Jennifer Kim. It was a pleasure working with everyone. “

As for what he’s most excited for audiences to see, it has to do with the way the story is intertwined, saying, “I think the way they’ve told the story and organized all the different timelines will be really unexpected. . ” Before leaving Dr. Death, which is now airing on Peacock, you can read AnnaSophia’s Last Call interview below.

Image source: Courtesy of AnnaSophia Robb

What was your last day on the set of Dr. Death as?

It was only half a day. We finished early, which was crazy, but it was really weird because you usually finish and everyone can celebrate. It was very emotional because they had put us off for a year and we were done. We were all standing there, still clapping. Everyone claps on set, but faces are still not in sight.

When was the last time it amazed you?

The present day. Do you know Nathan Fielder? He lives very close and I was taking press photos in this outfit and he was there and I was mortified. I was like, “This is like an episode of Nathan for you and I’m so embarrassed and I just want to curl up into a ball. “I also think he’s funny and his comedy is brilliant.

What’s the last thing you did for your personal care?

Self tanner. St. Tropez, girl. Works. My friend had it and I was like, “You look beautiful. What are you doing?” It’s the foam. It does not scratch. Trust me.

What is the last piece of advice you received that changed your life?

The self tanner.

What is the last book you read?

Animal by Lisa Taddeo. It’s great.

What is the last show you watched excessively?

I’m watching Loki right now.

What is the last song you heard?

Probably “Texas Sun” by Leon bridges. I was playing this morning.

Who is the last person you texted?

My publicist is like, “can I have five?”

What is the last thing you do before going to bed?

He probably set my alarm. I usually have a drink of water, say my prayers.

What was the last gift you received?

Tyler McGillivary. She sent me this amazing corset that I am going to wear later today and I am so excited and loving it.

What is the last thing you ordered online?

A can opener, not so exciting, and DÔEN. My Nana liked this dress that I wore and now we have matching dresses and it is very cute.

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