She was in New York City, visiting her then-boyfriend, and accompanied him to an audition.
Casting director Denise Fitzgerald spotted her and asked her to read for a part.
After Ellen.com: I wassurprised that you got all those negative responses last year.
Piper Perabo has never shied away from playing gay.“There’s a lot of beautiful women out there,” she said. ” The Golden Globe nominee wants to bring one of those women, former co-star Lena Headey, onto her USA show “I was talking with Lena because I want there to be a female assassin that Annie has to hunt down. “I just think she’s such a butt-kicker she’d be killer at it. It was so great.”As for if she had any other women in mind for future dalliances, she said “Lena again.
She first caught the eye of most lesbian viewers when she played Luce, aflorist who falls for bride-to-be Rachel (Piper Perabo) in the romantic comedy Imagine Me& You (2005).
But she had her first lesbianish role as Sally Setonin Mrs.
The actress and Loughran have since split, but they have a young son together (Wylie, b. The actress loves horror movies, saying they're a "real escape" and often very relaxing because she can get caught up in the fantasy of the film and just shut down for a minute. One of Headey's female fans once approached her and showed the actress her "300" inspired wedding album, in which the bride dressed up as Headey's character, Queen Gorgo, for her special day. She used a body double for her "risque" scene in "Game of Thrones" (that one between her and her onscreen brother...). The actress has acknowledged she's terrified of appearing on talk shows. She has two dogs, named Wizard and Angela Lansbury (of course).
Perabo was first noticed a year before she graduated from university.
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Over 20 years ago, Headey's film career was jump-started by a chance encounter at the Royal National Theatre in high school.
Today, the actress plays character-you-love-to-hate Cersei Lannister in the hit HBO series "Game of Thrones," but, this Friday, the actress will return to theaters as the popular warrior queen for another go-round in "300: Rise of an Empire." From hilarious fan encounters to her love of horror films, here are 15 things you probably don't know about Lena Headey. Headey was born in Bermuda, where her father -- a Yorkshire police cadet -- was stationed.