Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Law & Order: SVU's Natasha Lyonne Channels "Troublemaker" Past for Guest Role

Natasha Lyonne Natasha Lyonne is the first to confess she is not a saint. The actress, most broadly noted for films for instance American Cake, But I'm a Cheerleader and Slums of Beverly Slopes, may also be well-recognized for her personal struggles behind the digital camera, including her Driving under the influence in 2001 together with a 2006 stint inside a substance treatment facility. Lyonne states she's had the opportunity to make use of people latter encounters while playing someone inside a mental institution in Law & Order: SVU."I have got a really specific, type of public past once i was maybe really a troublemaker. You result in places with females who are identical character I play," Lyonne notifies Exclusive: SVU casts Detective Amaro's estranged wife In this week's episode (10/9c on NBC0, Lyonne plays a girl who was simply seen being sexually assaulted but - after a period of wrongly crying rape - declines anything happened. The role of Gia Eskas was written particularly for Lyonne as well as the actress states it's apparent why. "I've really met women like Gia. I'm fortunate they written this episode personally where I felt like I'm capable of make use of a couple of from the incredible children which i have met throughout my existence and continue to tell their story inside an honest way," she states. "Personally, there's an individual stake in letting youthful women understand that it's OK in truth regarding existence story prior to it being a shameful factor. It's very crucial that you me." Despite the fact that written content is serious, Lyonne also states she was attracted for the role because of the dark humor employed by Gia with the ordeal. "A number of these women are likely to live also to enjoy yourself also to make jokes. There's lots of humor involved. I believed that was most likely probably the most appealing part of this character," she states. "Coping through comedy can be a healing tool generally and you also really observe that many throughout these recovery cities." Watch full cases of Law & Order: SVU Humor is not just among Gia's most effective tools, it's also of Lyonne's. When asked for about her prior knowledge of SVU, the actress, who recently guest-starred on New Girl and you'll be noticed in next year's American Reunion, mentioned they has not only seen every single episode of every single edition of Law & Order -- like the short-were living Trial by Jury - but has grand intentions of her very own spin-off. "A whole separate spin-off that we would really desire to be on might be once they did one with Bebe Neuwirth, Criminal Intent's Vincent D'Onofrio, SVU's Richard Belzer and Ice-T, after which it I really could seriously recurring as Gia Eskas," she deadpans. "That could be an aspiration show." Watch a behind-the-moments have a look at Lyonne's SVU episode here:

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