Rose Byrne is Modern Luxury Manhattan Magazine’s glamboyant cover girl for their May 2013 issue as photographed by Nino Muñoz wearing a Lanvin one shouldered crepe dress; “La Vie en Rose.” Rose is promoting her upcoming film starring alongside comedic duo Owen Wilson/Vince Vaughn buddy comedy The Internship, about two aging salesmen who, their careers made obsolete by technology, compete for training posts at the headquarters of Google. As Dana Simms, a hardworking boss who eventually falls for Wilson.
Inside the quiet hard working achieving Aussie actress shared:
On New York: “Australia is my emotional home, but New York is my second home. I feel like myself in the city, and that’s all you want from a place. It’s an achievement to have found that. But we Australians are wandering people, aren’t we?”
On Googling herself: “I make a concerted effort not to do them, but of course, I have to—I’m human. We all Google ourselves.”
On Glenn Close: “Glenn is so sweet. She’s really goofy and kooky. She’s a character, a real card. She’s more eccentric than you’d think.”
Overcoming her introversion as a child: “I was very, very shy when I was little. Acting lets you access all those different parts of yourself to make the character authentic.”
You can read the full interview inside Manhattan Magazine’s digital magazine here.
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