Monday February 1, 2021

TALKS ABOUT THE INFLUENCE OF HER FIL-AM MOM, HER RELATIONSHIP WITH FAME, AND HOW MUCH EMILY DICKINSON’S WRITING SPILLS OVER INTO HER OWN LIFE By Janet Susan R. Nepales Los Angeles – How time flies! We have seen Hailee Steinfeld blossom into a confident, beautiful, and talented actress. The first time we met Hailee, she was just 13-years-old and received the Oscar nomination for her role as Mattie Ross in True Grit. Now, the 24-year-old charming and lovely actress has grown leaps and bounds when it comes to her acting prowess, but has remained grounded and humble. The younger of two children of Cheri Domasin and Peter Steinfeld, Hailee is proud of her Filipino roots stemming from her maternal grandfather, Ricardo Domasin; a native of Panglao, Bohol. Portraying Emily Dickinson in the TV dramedy-period piece, which is now on its second season, Hailee discusses with us how Emily’s writing spills over into her own life, as well as the influence of her Fil-Am mom, and the role of music in her life. We also touch on her next project, the TV series Hawkeye. Below are excerpts of our conversation with her: Emily had an ambivalent relationship to fame. Comparing that to present day, some millennials have easy access to fame through the use of social media. Talk about your relationship to fame. My relationship to fame… Well, when I was 13-yearsold –12 even – I had a lot of people tell me that my life was about to drastically change, and I didn’t realize it then, but what they were talking about was fame. And the only thing that I quickly realized changed was my schedule. I got a lot busier. Other than that, my family remained the same, my relationship with my family remained the...... Read more on Full Issue!

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