Elisabeth Moss hates playing simple characters.
‘The Invisible Man’ star revealed that she doesn’t consider herself to be very good at playing straightforward parts and would rather portray complex characters.
In an interview with Empire magazine, Elisabeth said: “I don’t think I’ve ever been very good at playing non-complicated people, at playing anything very simple.
‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ actress feels that it is her “job” to explore the depth in her parts.
Elisabeth explained: “It’s my job to find multiple layers to a character and to show how complicated people can be. It’s just my job.”
She recently portrayed horror novelist Shirley Jackson in drama ‘Shirley’ and admits that she had to change her usual approach so she could learn more about the author.
Elisabeth remarked: “Usually I do hardly any research at all; it’s not part of my process. I had a lot more information than I normally do.”
Moss feels that doing too much studying can have a negative…