the Hollywood Reporter. She explained that she spent about four to five hours in makeup per day and bleached her eyebrows. Rossum also got blisters from the fake breasts she had to wear for filming.
The “Shameless” alum also endured tear duct complications from wearing two pairs of contact lenses at a time.“The physicality of the character was challenging,” she said. “The body is heavy, yet it has to feel light and effervescent.”She added, “I found it to be completely liberating to look in the mirror and not see myself at all.
At first, it’s unnerving. But feeling lost gives way to this real liberation — from myself and the hang-ups that can impede a performance.”Rossum and her husband, “Mr.
Robot” creator Sam Esmail, are both producing the five-episode limited series about pop culture extraordinaire Angelyne, who stepped into the spotlight in the 1980s.Esmail, 44, noted what it was like to see his wife become a completely different person. “When I say that there are times where I did not recognize her because she was lost in this person, I really mean it.Read more on nypost.com