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Audrey Grace Marshall Lets Us Into Her Favorite Roles

From the continuation of "The Fairly Odd Parents" to playing a young Cassie in "The Flight Attendant," Audrey Grace shares her favorite and most challenging projects.

From the continuation of "The Fairly Odd Parents" to playing a young Cassie in "The Flight Attendant," Audrey Grace shares her favorite and most challenging projects.
Photo: Brett Erickson


You star in the Paramount+ series, "The Fairly OddParents: Fairly Odder." What was it like to be part of this hugely popular franchise?


It’s really exciting to be a part of such a huge and successful franchise. I watched the show growing up with my older siblings and have always been a fan. It has been nothing short of a dream come true. My favorite part of filming was definitely working with everyone, we all got along really well and it felt like a second family on set. I also really loved the detail of the sets and the costumes. There was a lot of attention to detail and nods to the original show.

Take us through your emotions of the moment you discovered that you were nominated for a SAG award.


There were tears of joy, that’s for sure! To be recognized and noticed by my peers has been on every dream board I’ve ever made. To have been nominated at my age was truly mind blowing. It’s an honor and I am very proud.


You play the younger version of Kaley Cuoco's character in the HBO Max series, "The Flight Attendant." How did you prepare for this role?


I think a lot about the character and what she’s been through and then I try to equate that to something similar in my life. Obviously, I don’t have the life trauma that Cassie has, but I have had moments where I feel upset or angry, and I can channel those feelings while I’m acting to bring life to the scenes.


If you could have been in any movie ever made, what movie and role would you play in?


I would 100% pick La La Land by Damien Chazelle. I’m too young to play Emma Stone’s character, Mia, but I would love to have been a part of that movie in some way. For me, La La Land really captures the heartache and the joy that can come from a career in acting. It’s not easy, but there is so much I love about it. The reality of working hard and seeing my dreams coming true connects me to Mia on a deep level.


What has been the most challenging role you've ever had?


I actually found Vivian Turner to be a challenging role. I have never done comedy or a kids show, but the role required Viv to be very grounded and thankfully that’s natural for me. I overcame the challenges of the role by always being prepared and knowing my lines. That allowed me to relax and be present in the scenes.


What advice would you give to someone who is wanting to join the entertainment industry that you wish you knew before starting?


I would say stick with it. It’s a marathon, not a sprint. If you love what you’re doing, then do it for that reason and that reason alone. It’s a very hard business and there are way more no’s than there are yes’s. If you’re doing it for the love of the art, then it’s worth it!

 

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