April 28th, 2019   Author: Jules   Press / Interview

Our new Emmy-season edition of Deadline’s video series The Actor’s Side begins today with my conversation with Laura Linney, co-star of Netflix’s Ozark, now in its second season and getting hot Emmy buzz. Continue here

December 1st, 2018   Author: Jules   Press / Interview

Laura Linney has said that she’s “still terrified” to be on stage alone in My Name is Lucy Barton. Speaking on the red carpet at the 64th Evening Standard Theatre Awards, Linney said: “I’d never done a one person play before and it is a bonkers thing to do. I somehow survived it and I look forward to doing it again.” Linney is shortlisted for the Natasha Richardson Award for Best Actress in partnership with Christian Louboutin for her role in the play, which sold out the Bridge Theatre in June. She will return to Richard Eyre’s production in January. Read More here

August 29th, 2018   Author: Jules   Press / Interview

For Laura Linney, turning in a knockout performance is just a matter of flipping a switch—at least, that’s what she’d have us believe. “There’s something that I call ‘actor brain,’ and your actor brain has to be on,” she says of her process. It’s a simplification that she later builds on: “It takes an entire lifetime to hone a skill.” Read More here

August 5th, 2018   Author: Jules   Press / Interview

Despite her litany of acting accolades, ‘Ozark’ star Laura Linney refuses to accept that she has ‘made it.’ Read More here

July 17th, 2018   Author: Jules   Press / Interview

Laura Linney is treading the London boards this month, playing the title character—in fact, the only character—in Rona Munro’s one-woman adaptation of Elizabeth Strout’s Booker Prize-longlisted novel My Name is Lucy Barton at the Bridge Theatre. Surprisingly, it’s the first time this theater veteran has appeared on the London stage, and it’s a whole new challenge as she effortlessly commands 90 minutes on stage alone. It reteams her with director Richard Eyre, with whom she last worked on a 2002 revival of The Crucible at the Virginia Theatre in New York. A little over a year ago, she was on the Broadway stage in The Little Foxes alongside Cynthia Nixon, and both plays have received stellar notices. Read More here

July 17th, 2018   Author: Jules   ‘Ozark’ - Press / Interview

TheWrap Emmy magazine: “Well, she needed some work,” actress says of her character in the first draft of the script for the Netflix drama. Read More here

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