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Polished Edge: Annie Parisse

Polished Edge: Annie Parisse

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Celebrity Q&A
April 17, 2013
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Q: Do you still get recognized from “Law & Order” as Assistant DA Alexandra Borgia?

A: I did two seasons, and it was a very dark ending for me.

Q: Though you became known on TV, you do a lot of stage work. Where have you worked?

A: I just did six months on Broadway in “Clybourne Park.” And first we did it at Playwrights Horizon (off-Broadway). I did the Rubicon Theatre (Ventura, Calif.). Theater is such a special place for actors.

Q: Where are you from?

A: I was born in Alaska and grew up in Seattle.

Q: What was your reaction to reading the pilot for this?

A: It was very, very scary. I read it, then watched the pilot.

Q: How do you describe your character, Debra Parker?

A: I am an academic brought in to consult and lead in the investigation of Joe Carroll. I am in charge of Kevin Bacon’s character. I wonder what he would say to that. I am trying to keep that man in line.

Q: Are you a fan of this genre?

A: One of my favorite classes was horror in theater and psychology.

Q: Where and what did you study?

A: BFA in theater at Fordham.

Q: Does this show scare you?

A: I am not that easily scared because of knowing the genre, and I was so scared. What they do in the pilot is shocking.

Q: How do you see the show evolving over the season?

A: As it goes on, it feels like all of us are continuously getting our comeuppance.

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