Watch: Rose Byrne’s Audition Tape for ‘Get Him to the Greek’

Rose Byrne might be starring in the remake of Annie, which opens today, but before she starred in the 2010 comedy Get Him to the Greek she was mainly known for supporting roles and appearing on the TV drama Damages. She’s since appeared in the comedies Bridesmaids, The Internship, and Neighbors, and it’s fair to say that this audition for Get Him to the Greek likely put her on the comedic path.

Byrne has to do the difficult job of acting drunk while she delivers his lines, and she pulls it off so well she has the people conducting the audition cracking up. She’s absolutely perfect.

Warning: this clip is not safe for work, unless you work in a place where drunk women speaking in flawless English accents (despite being Australian) yell expletives is a normal occurrence. Otherwise, if the coast is clear, check it out above!

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