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Elisabeth Moss, Fred Armisen

Elisabeth Moss [8]


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Born:July 24, 1982 (38)
Filmography Rating:6.67 / 10
IMDB Rating:7.67 / 10
Amazon Rating:4.50 / 5
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:92.00%
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List of Titles and Roles/Jobs:
Frosty Returns [1992](10) => Holly
The West Wing: Season 1 [1999](17) => Zoey Bartlet
The West Wing: Season 2 [2000](18) => Zoey Bartlet
The West Wing: Season 4 [2002](20) => Zoey Bartlet
The West Wing: Season 5 [2003](21) => Zoey Bartlet
The West Wing: Season 6 [2004](22) => Zoey Bartlet
The West Wing: Season 7 [2005](23) => Zoey Bartlet
The Invisible Man [2020](38) => Cecilia Kass

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The West Wing: Season 4 [2002]
  • Commencement - In the DVD commentary for this episode, Aaron Sorkin says that during shooting, he found out that Elisabeth Moss (who plays Zoey Bartlet) had never been high on illicit drugs, so Sorkin counseled her on how to play the scene in which Zoey has been drugged by Jean-Paul.
    The Invisible Man [2020]
  • Often Elisabeth Moss was just emoting to an empty room with no-one to bounce off, though for certain scenes she insisted that co-star Oliver Jackson-Cohen be present to help lend authenticity to the performance. "Leigh and I were trying to be specific about when it could be the stunt double, when it could be Olly, when it should be nothing," Moss explained. "And we tried to really make sure there was specificity there. And there were times when if the Invisible Man had to speak in the scene, I would prefer to have Olly there. And then there were times when there was nobody there at all and it was just a blank space." "I'm there more than you would think," Jackson-Cohen, who only physically appears briefly in the movie, said. "We're trying to be quite selective about where we say parts of it are me or not, because we kind of want to keep an audience guessing as to how we did it. But it was definitely not I didn't shoot for like four days on the movie. I was there for two months. So it was a fair amount. Lizzie and I spent some time discussing what parts of the script she really needed me to be there, and we felt would help performance-wise. So, yeah. Slip me into a green suit and I'm a go." However, Moss admitted Jackson-Cohen didn't need to be on set quite as often as he was. "The non-serious answer is then I just started asking Olly to come to set to entertain me, and to amuse me," she laughed. "I just thought it was funny to look at. There's nothing like a tall man in a tight green-screen suit."