Zosia Mamet Quotes.
My mom was onstage when she was pregnant with me.
I did ‘Mad Men’ and I still have people come up to me like, ‘Are you actually a lesbian?’ Really? Just because I play one on TV? People will think what they’re gonna think.
I went to a strict elementary school with nuns, and uniforms that I’m pretty sure were made out of sandpaper. It was an academic, sports-oriented place. I liked to read, and wanted to act, and didn’t try out for volleyball. I was weird. The other girls would dip my hair in ink and stuff.
No matter what we as individual women want, no matter what our goals, we have to support one another.
All the characters on ‘Girls’ are growing and changing, which is how real people behave, especially when we’re young, trying to figure out who we are, doing things that are the polar opposite of our characteristics.
I don’t know if I would call myself a religious human.
I have a ships bed, which totally plays to my obsession of, if I were not an actress, I would be a pirate.
I would have been miserable in college. I always hated school.
But my father was also the one who told me I needed to clean up my mouth or I’d never find a man. What’s very important to him is manners. Show up on time. Always send thank-you letters. He is one of the more thoughtful humans I’ve ever met. He’s a great man and a very good dad.
A lot of people in line at the grocery store think that they know me, but they don’t.
I have a ship’s bed, which totally plays to my obsession of, if I were not an actress, I would be a pirate.
I think any actor in their right mind is afraid of getting pigeonholed.
I grew up backstage and on movie sets, and I thought they were the most magical places on Earth.
I had a very old woman come up to me on the subway and tell me that the faces that I made in the first episode when a guy is going down on me, that she still makes those faces when her husband goes down on her.
I am a private human.
I don’t watch much television. My old TV agent used to always get mad at me because he’d send me out on auditions and I’d be like, ‘What’s this show?’ and he’d be like, ‘It’s literally the top show on television.’ I wasn’t allowed to watch TV as a kid.
I have quite a foul mouth.
I think feminism’s a bit misinterpreted. It was about casting off all gender roles. There’s nothing wrong with a man holding a door open for a girl. But we sort of threw away all the rules, so everybody’s confused. And dating becomes a sloppy, uncomfortable, unpleasant thing.
The lighthearted moments of ‘Girls’ are really not speckled throughout and that to me is just super exciting, to be able to delve into the darkness that you are greeted with in your early 20s and the fear and what that makes you do, the places that you can potentially go with that.