The gallery was updated with some gorgeous portraits Lizzy did with Masters of Sex cast during Summer TCA earlier this month.
Lizzy is gracing the September cover of Ladygunn magazine, in which she talks about her perfect day, not having social media, and of course, Masters of Sex.
It also features a beautiful new photoshoot, that you can find in our gallery:
On what would be a perfect day:
My perfect day would be sleeping in for a disgusting amount of time. I’m talking 12 hours, with joy. I would get up very late. I would probably eat a lot of food. It would be like gorging myself on very unhealthy, gross things and laying around and either watching really shitty TV or really good movies in bed. Then getting up, taking a shower and going out to dinner with friends. Pretty much sitting on my ass and stuffing my face! That would be my dream day.
On people in the industry that inspires her:
Debra Winger. I’m obsessed with all that she does. She sort of looks like my mom, so that made me love her even more. I remember watching her movies and knowing how famous she was, and seeing her way, her method of acting was so…I don’t know how to describe it accurately. It feels like a very realistic portrayal of how a person would talk rather than an incredible actress. She just seemed so natural in everything she did, just so believable.
On social media:
Because I don’t do social networking, I feel like there’s a hole in my ability to answer stuff like that. It seems like most of the people I become friends with and work with get the first impression that I’m probably a lot tougher than I actually am.
You can read the full interview at Ladygunn website.
Our gallery was updated with some replacements/additional photos from photoshoots Lizzy has been made last year. Check it:
Some new photoshoots has been added, and also a few MQ/tagged ones was replaced with better quality images.
Lizzy is featured on February issue of Elle magazine, on the session Women in TV, of course due her work on Master of Sex. I have added the high quality photoshoot and the digital scan (this one thanks to eden Liao) to our gallery.
Lizzy Caplan anticipated having to do a lot of explaining about Masters of Sex, Showtime’s bio series about the pioneering midcentury sex researchers William Masters and Virginia Johnson, after she landed the role of the latter. When filming began on the streets of Manhattan, she recalls, “We told people we were shooting a toothpaste commercial, because we didn’t want to have to explain that it wasn’t porn.”
What it was—and remains—is a richly textured look into the lives of the tortured, taciturn obstetrician Masters (played by Michael Sheen) and his research partner, Caplan’s Johnson, a powder keg of simmering ambition and sensuality in pencil skirts. “One glaring thing the show exposes,” says Caplan, 32, who last year earned an Emmy nod for the part, “is how little forward momentum there has been for women.”
The daughter of an L.A. lawyer (her mother died when she was 13), she gained early notice in cult shows such as Party Down and Freaks and Geeks, as well as her turn as a pot-smoking cynic in 2012’s Bachelorette. Now—after starring in this winter’s comedy The Interview, with Seth Rogen—she’s focusing on Masters’ upcoming third season. As for her place in the Hollywood power complex, “I would like to meet those people who are just fully in the moment and not thinking about what their next job means,” she says. “But right now, today? I am feeling very lucky.”
First of all, hello! My name is Lilac and I will be your webmaster here for now on. Chanel had to step back from the site and I’m assuming it. To be honest, I took ownership back in December but was so close of the holidays season that I didn’t made much with the site until today.
As you was informed by Chanel back in August, she started to redo the gallery and I’m continuing what she started. Today I’ve moved all Photoshoots session, and while doing it I replaced some pictures and added a load more we didn’t have. Also the portraits and photoshoots now are sorted through years. Click on the thumbnails below to be redirected:
There’s a LOT more to do but bare with me while I finish, it won’t take longer.