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On Sunday, Betty attended the 24th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards held at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles (January 21).
Public Appearances > Appearances from 2018 > January 21: 24th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards – Inside
Public Appearances > Appearances from 2018 > January 21: People and EIF’s Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards Gala
Public Appearances > Appearances from 2018 > January 21: Netflix Hosts SAG After Party
On Saturday (January 13), Betty attended the Los Angeles Confidential “Awards Issue” celebration to support her GLOW co-star Alison Brie!
On Thursday, Betty attended the 23rd Annual Critics’ Choice Awards held at The Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California (January 11).
Public Appearances > Appearances from 2018 > January 11: 23rd Annual Critics’ Choice Awards – Show
I’ve added photos of Betty attending the 21st Annual Hollywood Film Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California (November 5). Thanks to Sara!
Recently, W Magazine interviewed Betty along with her GLOW co-star, Alison Brie. There’s also a stunning new photoshoot featured in the interview! Check it out below.
In reimagining the familiar tropes of summer blockbusters—namely, D.C. superheroes and glamorous secret agents—Wonder Woman and the forthcoming Atomic Blonde seem intent on reminding audiences of the appeal of strong, powerful, and intelligent women. On a smaller scale, GLOW, the new hit series on Netflix, is accomplishing this same feat through a rather unexpected lens: professional wrestling. Inspired by the 80’s female pro-wrestling show Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, GLOW, created by Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch and co-produced by Jenji Kohan (Orange Is the New Black), follows a group of women with no previous experience who sign on to wrestle each other in a live TV show. Buoyed by their newfound physical skills and wrestling alter egos, they unlock untapped reservoirs within themselves and form bonds with their unlikely co-stars.
Emerging from this series as the ultimate platonic power couple are the actresses Alison Brie and Betty Gilpin, who play best-friends-turned-wrestling nemeses Ruth and Debbie, respectively. A struggling actress with a predilection for Shakespeare and Tennessee Williams, Ruth stumbles into the GLOW ring only to find herself pitted against her best friend Debbie, a soap star and new mother, whom she has betrayed in the series’s pilot.
Here, Brie, of Community and Mad Men fame and Gilpin, known for her work on Nurse Jackie and Masters of Sex, discuss body slamming, leotards, and body awareness (warning: there are spoilers for those who haven’t made it past episode 8).
GQ spoke to Betty about her newest project GLOW! Check out the interview below.
The actress you’ve seen everywhere talks about training for Netflix’s hit wrestling show and its refreshingly human-sized roles for women.
Betty Gilpin is doing something right. After a number of appearances on Dick Wolf vehicles like Law & Order and SVU and Criminal Intent—the apparent ritual hazing of every young actor coming out of New York—Gilpin has found herself firmly in the upper echelon of prestige television.
That was her at the tail-end of Nurse Jackie. And again, butting heads with Lizzy Caplan in Masters of Sex. And again, on American Gods, where she doesn’t actually play a god and yet manages to steal every scene she’s in. But where she’s really captivated us is on Netflix’s GLOW, as soap opera star-turned-stay-at-home mom-turned-wrestler Debbie Eagan, a.k.a. Liberty Belle. How’s she feeling now that her first foray into the world of pro wrestling is now available to the masses? Pretty sore, actually.
GQ: I was very, very excited when I first heard that GLOW was going to be coming to Netflix in this capacity.
Betty Gilpin: I’m so glad!