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Julianna Margulies defends playing her role on the morning show


Julianna Margulies feels good in his role in The morning show, although it has sparked some controversy.

On Monday, October 25, the episode of CBS Mornings, the Good wife alum discussed the role of UBA news anchor Laura Peterson, who currently has a romantic affair with Reese witherspoonthe character of Bradley Jackson, in the second season of the hit Apple TV +. Margulies said the role resonated with her and, co-host Nate burleson asked him for his opinion on whether straight actors should portray LGBTQ + characters.

“I can understand that,” she said. “My answer would also be that we all make assumptions about who I am and what my past is and what all of our pasts are.”

The old one emergency The actress added that she would never try to play someone of a different race, but added: “I am an actress and I am supposed to play another character, no matter what her sexuality is. doesn’t matter. “

To further her point, Margulies asked the following rhetorical questions: “Are you telling me that because I am a mother, I can never play a woman who has never had children?” Or if you’ve never been married, can’t you play a married woman? “

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