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Adam Driver doesn’t do a lot of interviews so if you’re a fan of Girls or Driver himself, you should check this out.
Adam Driver, who plays the lead hipster on HBO’s Girls, is not one of those actors who enjoys watching himself onscreen.
Alex Karpovsky is one of those lucky actors who rarely has to audition for anything. He was friends with before landing his role on her hit HBO series, Girls. The only part he’s ever tried out for is in the upcoming Coen brothers’ movie, Inside Llewyn Davis.
Shiri Appleby was planning on leaving acting behind for a little bit while she got more involved behind the camera. In an effort to learn more about directing, Appleby was planning on shadowing director Jesse Peretz, who works on HBO’s Girls.
It would be easy to assume that men don’t get as many juicy storylines as the women on HBO’s Girls. But one only has to tune in to Alex Karpovsky’s character Ray to see that there is plenty of action to go around.
Lena Dunham addresses the media’s main complaint that the show lacks diversity.
Girls actress Allison Williams, who plays Marnie on the Judd Apatow freshman HBO series, says that she scored the role in what was her first audition in LA.
Although Lena Dunham’s new HBO series, Girls, closely mirrors her own life, the show’s creator and star is unsure where she stands on blurring the line between fact and fiction.
Lena Dunham, the indie darling best known for her film Tiny Furniture, is the driving force behind the new HBO series Girls. The 25-year-old produces, writes, directs, and stars in the project about four girls trying to make it after college while living in New York City.