We already know that Carla Gugino is smoking hot, but she’s also proven on numerous occasions that she’s a pretty good actress as well. (Her recurring guest spot on HBO’s “Entourage” is still one of our personal favorites.) And though Gugino has never been shy in front of the camera, the actress is always eager to show that she can play a variety of roles. She elaborated on the matter in a recent interview with Bullz-Eye’s Will Harris:
For me, it’s always been about that. It’s really about…you know, I’m so thrilled that ["The Mighty Macs"] is a G-rated family movie that everybody can go to, because that story is so appropriate for that. And I love that “Californication” is made for adults. It’s a totally different kind of humor and a different kind of… yeah, it’s a much sexier show and all those things. And then I’m about to go do an Athol Fugard play on Broadway with Rosemary Harris and Jim Dale, which is a decidedly different thing. So to me, aside from the people that I love, acting really is the love of my life. I want to be able to play everything and be able to disappear into roles and have people accept and believe me in those. I’m much more interested in that than my image as an actor. So it is thrilling to be able to mix it up, and I’m appreciative that I get to do that.
Head over to Bullz-Eye to read the full interview, including more about her new film “The Mighty Macs” and past projects like the short-lived TV series “Karen Sisco.”