Zosia Mamet's fans often feel let down when they find out she's not like her Girls character.
Zosia Mamet leaves fans “disappointed” when they meet her.
The actress stars in Lena Dunham’s Girls, playing the loveable but naive Shoshanna.
Having found a place in many people’s hearts with her character, Zosia has joked viewers expect her to be just the same in real life.
“People are often very disappointed that I’m not her,” she laughed to British Glamour magazine.
“They normally just call me Shoshanna.”
Girls follows the lives of four twenty-somethings living in New York City and strikes a chord with many of its female fans.
The 25-year-old revealed why she things Shoshanna goes down so well.
“Oftentimes we [on set] talk about her as the collective consciousness,” she revealed.
“I think she has a sincerity that’s very endearing. She’s sort of constantly f**king up royally, but she’s doing it wholeheartedly. I don’t know if I identify with it, but it’s something I aspire to, to do everything with such commitment.”
Girls has such a big audience, it’s even watched by many famous people.
The Vampire Diaries’ Nina Dobrev is impressed with its realness.
“I’m obsessed. It’s so raw. Although I feel uncomfortable 98% of the time,” Nina laughed to Company magazine. “There’s an element of ‘real’ lacking in so much TV. I love that Girls is real girls and real problems.”
Copyright: Cover Media 2013
Sunday, 16. June 2013