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“Maybe it’s because I’m subconsciously aware of his mortality.
I try not to think about it, but somewhere inside of me, I’m like, He’s going to die way sooner than all the rest of the people I know!
You can see it in her devotion to her friends; her dog, Finn; and her family.”Given that devotion, it’s been somewhat to Seyfried’s consternation that her life for the past month has been a nonstop whirlwind.
After a break shooting a film in Pittsburgh, she stopped off in New York City, where she has an apartment in Greenwich Village, to see Finn, a golden-brown Australian shepherd; then flew to London for three days for work; then back to New York for a meeting; then to L. for “one half-hour of work that I tried to get out of”; then back to Pittsburgh; then New York; then here.
And while it may sound like business as usual, yet another Hollywood actress out to prove she’s serious, it’s a very big deal for Seyfried because the thought of getting up in front of audience has always been paralyzing.
A few years ago, she famously downed a couple of shots of Jameson to calm her nerves before going on Letterman and appeared drunk on TV.
Her friend Eddie Redmayne, with whom she starred in sums it up nicely: “There’s an openness of spirit, a distinct kind of whimsy that is unlike anyone I know. And her lightness of spirit and her humor sort of belie a depth of emotion, which is amazing.Long grew up in Fairfield, Connecticut, with two brothers; Seyfried, in Allentown, Pennsylvania, with an older sister, Jennifer. “I was in Allentown last weekend and didn’t want to come back.”If you had your druthers, I say, where would you live? I would like my life to be the same as it is now, but with a little less stress and a little less work.” Lately, she’s been talking a lot about being more careful with the projects she chooses. But she does plan to spend more time up here in the summer, especially since she’s in the midst of planning a wedding at the house in August. All the attention is going to be on her, and I’m going to slip away and enjoy myself.” (Seyfried seems all too happy to not be at the center of attention for once. I basically will wear whatever Riccardo designs because it’s always interesting.”)Seyfried’s sister, Jenni, is three and half years older, lives in L. “It felt very adult to make the decision to do that movie,” says Seyfried.Her mother, Ann, is an occupational therapist and her father, Jack, a pharmacist. She brings up one film she regrets, for which “they paid me too much money, and what I should have done was walk away. “I don’t love the red carpet, because it’s loud and unnatural,” she says at one point, “but I do still get excited when I put on the chosen dress for the evening because I feel confident. A., and after working in special effects for films, she is now studying to be a veterinary technician. “And then very adult to film it.” That role led to her getting cast in in which she turns in a performance that she—rightfully—considers to be the thing she’s proudest of.In a few days, she flies to Paris to shoot a video for Givenchy (she is the face of one of their perfumes) and to go to their show during Fashion Week.
Her devotion to Finn, in particular, seems to provide a kind of ballast against the gypsy life of a modern-day actress.“I’m terrified,” says the actress, shot on location at a villa in Rome. For example, one rainy Friday morning in early April, as I arrive in the rehearsal room at Second Stage Theatre at Forty-third Street and Eighth Avenue, Seyfried, wearing black jeans and a hoodie, leaps out of her folding metal chair and wraps her whole tiny little self around me, hanging on for a bit longer than customary.