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Analeigh Tipton: 'Flaunt' Magazine Fierce!

Analeigh Tipton: 'Flaunt' Magazine Fierce!

Analeigh Tipton strikes a pose in a feature for Flaunt Magazine‘s Issue 120.

Here is what the 23-year-old Crazy, Stupid, Love actress had to share with the mag:

On roles she likes to play: “I’m attracted to the awkward, gawky roles. I like tics and little strange things I can play up. I’m really uncomfortable in sexualized roles because I am kind of a tomboy sort.”

On being stereotyped as a model: “A lot of girls in my shoes are self-conscious about their intelligence. When I bring up some of my favorite books in interviews (Broca’s Brain by Carl Sagan, for instance), I’m conscious of the character I’m putting out there.”

Damsels in Distress director Whit Stillman on Analeigh’s characeter: ““My idea was that Lily is one of those people we assume is ‘really great,’ but, actually, isn’t. I had imagined a man-magnet sexy beauty, fresh faced but at her core ‘plastic’ who would be Violet’s [Greta Gerwig’s character] nemesis… But Analeigh made the character more likable and difficult to place than I intended.”

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