For scenes at the news desk, Torv read her lines from the autocue, falling into the odd lilt that defined old-school TV news. Absolutely rolling drunk. Welcome to News … at Six. In person, or at least over a spotty Skype connection, Torv is warm and quick to laugh, often at herself. Our call is punctuated by the sound of kids running around upstairs, enjoying the tail end of summer. But as The Newsreader unfolds, we grow to understand them as a product of the unbearable bullying, harassment and sexism she faces in the newsroom.
In any upscale restaurant around Los Angeles, you can't throw a stone without hitting a celebrity, even if most of them are hidden in the back corner. But not only does Australian actor Anna Torv choose a sunlit front patio table at popular hotspot Goldie's for our interview, her accent prompts a gushing reaction from our over-the-top waiter. Torv has agreed to meet me for lunch at the hip restaurant owned by the trio of Aussies who are also behind the West Hollywood favourite Eveleigh, and she's excited to talk about her starring role in the new Foxtel series, Secret City. But she's far too modest to play the "Don't you know who I am? Yet as we sit at a street-facing table that flanks a verdant living wall of plants, Torv insists fame was never a priority. Surrounded by a pretentious LA crowd clutching designer handbags, the down-to-earth Torv stands out in a well-worn denim shirt and jeans and no jewellery. Her hair is pulled back off her face in a ponytail to reveal green eyes and pale, luminous skin without make-up.
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