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There’s a nice girlfriend and then there’s the sexy vixen who steals the hero away? ’ That’s sort of true, but luckily, we’re in the hands of the people who want to make even my character three-dimensional.I was able to find a path into him, find his own pain.In 2011, he performed in playwright Tony Kushner's Off-Broadway play The Illusion and made his Broadway debut in 2012 as Happy Loman in the revival of Arthur Miller's play Death of a Salesman, directed by Mike Nichols.In 2014, he gained recognition for his roles in the films The Normal Heart, Noah, and Unbroken, and garnered a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for his role as Dandy Mott in the FX series American Horror Story: Freak Show.Besides, any actor who can evoke sympathy for his character after slaying Matt Bomer and Patti Labelle is definitely on the fast track to stardom.Below are some facts you might not already know about the devilishly handsome 30-year-old actor.Finn first became a fave of TV viewers when he played Damon Miller on ABC’s lamented daytime drama , the true-life WW2 story directed by Angelina Jolie, whom he described to Yahoo as a “down-to-earth, gracious, intelligent person.” Oh yeah, he’s straight.
The actor is 32, meaning he was only an adolescent in 1995, which is when his new movie, “Landline” — the latest from the team that made “Obvious Child” — takes place.
Although that sounds like I’m making women out to be an alien species. I’ve worked with a few female filmmakers, and they’re as different as a woman is from a man. You actually played the jilted, nice boyfriend in “La La Land.” Were you actually at the Oscars this year? I was in New York doing “The Glass Menagerie” at the time.
The one thing I will say — and this could be a generalization, too — is female filmmakers tend to actually care about the way people on the set feel. Gillian would ask the prop girl how she was and cared about how she answered. It would have been a very fascinating night to be there, especially being in that movie.
They just want to humanize everyone in their movie.
There was a part of me before I got into the script that thought, ‘Oh, is this just what women have been going through for so many years?