The year-old American actress - who has been cast as Virginia Johnson in the American period drama series 'Masters of Sex' - has admitted she felt relieved when she discovered the intimate scene with her co-star Michael Sheen didn't ruin her life. Speaking about getting up close and personal on set, she said: "It's one of those things where once you do it, you see that your life doesn't end and the building doesn't burn down. And the brunette beauty was comforted when she noticed the year-old's hands were "nervous and shaky" when he had to unbutton her shirt and grope her chest. Story continues below. Meanwhile the 'Now You See Me 2' star has revealed she was "forced" to grow into an adult when she lost her mother Barbara at the young age of She explained: "I had been immature of a year-old and very much the youngest child.
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By Lina Das. From early roles in cult films to those sizzling scenes in Masters of Sex , the actress never misses a trick. Here she tells Lina Das about working her magic in a new blockbuster and why she loves dating a Brit. Well, it is strange that it seems to be accepted that men will get paid more.
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Watch fullscreen. Masters of Sex with Lizzy Caplan. Premieres September 29, on Showtime! Masters of Sex is an American television drama series in production at Showtime. The series tells the story of Dr. William Masters and Virginia Johnson and was picked up for a first season consisting of 12 episodes, set to premiere on September 29,
So the year-old actress did what anyone in her position would do: she got wasted. It was like in the morning and I was chugging vodka completely naked while a makeup artist I had just met was on her knees in front of me sponging my ass. It's intimate. Caplan continued, "On True Blood —I've never told anybody this—but I was so nervous and I was so drunk that after I shot the scene I was going up to the crew members—and I had just met all these people the day before—and I was going up to all of them like, 'You got a boner! You do! You've got one! Now that she plays a human sexuality researcher opposite Michael Sheen on Showtime's Masters of Sex , Caplan has conquered her fear of stripping down on camera. Tune into Chelsea Lately weeknights at 11 p.