Oscar-nominated actress Carey Mulligan has amassed an impressive resume for someone just thirty years old. While her most acclaimed role remains 2009’s An Education, she has appeared in several critically acclaimed films since, including 2015’s Suffragette, which is about the early days of the feminist movement in the UK. Suffragette is now available on DVD.
To promote the film, Mulligan sat for a career-spanning Q&A session presented by the SAG-AFTRA Foundation and moderated by Jenelle Riley of Variety. In the interview, Mulligan talks about her stage career, being cast in An Education, and the truth behind the oft-repeated urban legend regarding her writing a “childhood crush” letter to Kenneth Branagh.
Check out the video above!