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|SOD: Jen Lilley: I'm married!|
|Tweet Topic Started: May 9 2014, 07:50 AM (5,690 Views)|
|phloe3||May 9 2014, 04:31 PM Post #41|
||She can pass for her twenties to me. I look younger than I am|
|granolagirl||May 9 2014, 05:33 PM Post #42|
Who knows where she got that advice, too. She was trying to break into the industry at what, 25 or so, coming from the other coast. It might have been something a manager or an agent suggested early on. I'm sure there are a fair number of people in Hollywood in a similar position, age and career-wise, that don't end up with the even the moderate kind of success she's had, and take a lot of measures to set themselves apart from the pack.
Her private life is just that, anyway. Nobody is entitled to it.
|Rosebud||May 9 2014, 06:43 PM Post #43|
||It's kind of funny that she wants to play young roles, and Days paired her with a 42 year old in EM.|
|JDeveraux_91||May 9 2014, 08:59 PM Post #44|
||On one hand, I find it very bizarre and pretty disrespectful to your spouse to make them take off their ring in public and hide your marriage. On the other hand, it's her marriage and I guess if it works for them then okay. But I still find it odd! Also, 29 going on 30 is still young and she looks rather young for her age so her personal relationship status shouldn't have any bearing on the roles she's able to get. :shrug:|
|Will&Sonny||May 9 2014, 09:02 PM Post #45|
And a man's homosexuality shouldn't impact his ability to book roles playing straight men or his ability to be seen as "leading man material", but it does. It's just the sad truth of the industry Jen Lilley is working in.
|King||May 9 2014, 11:56 PM Post #46|
||Haha, so weird. As someone who lives in LA though, I get it. This city is bizarre.|
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