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[Penelope’s] sexuality comes from her sense of self, and I love that about her.
I sort of borrow from her because she’s comfortable.”Stylists on the set of the CBS series have gotten a bit of Vangsness’s do-it-yourself spirit as well.
“All of them do, actually.”The daughter of elementary school teachers (dad was band director and an opera singer, as well), Vangsness grew up in Southern California’s theater community but didn’t quite fit in.I feel for everybody.”Still, has given the idiosyncratic actress the kind of acceptance she feared she’d never receive.Vangsness says she auditioned only as a favor to a friend; both were sure she’d never get the part, which was originally meant for a Latino man.“I knew I wasn’t going to get it so I didn’t really dress for it,” the actress recalls.We got along famously and he was flirting with me and I remember thinking, I must be queer.I should be reacting differently to what he’s doing.”Now in its seventh season, was the 10th-highest-rated show on TV this spring, and at one point it’s drawn 26 million viewers.
I would be delighted to do that.”Her signature frankness came up last year when replaced the other two female cast members with a younger actress, and Vangsness wasn’t quiet about her shock and disappointment. No matter how much the cast felt like a family, at the end of the day, someone else controlled their fate.“You’re a squatter in a house and it’s a very glamorous house and you’re a very glamorous squatter,” Vangsness says.