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Monday 27 April 2015

Elisabeth Moss: Keira Knightley is hot

Elisabeth Moss as Peggy Olson in Mad Men
Elisabeth Moss as Peggy Olson in Mad Men

Elisabeth Moss says she has “lucked out” to be working alongside “hot” Keira Knightley.

The two stars appear in a theatre production of Lillian Hellman’s play The Children’s Hour, which will open in London later this month. The story follows two women who work at a school in the 1930s and are then accused of having an affair by an angry pupil.



Elisabeth is thrilled to have been cast alongside the British actress and says Keira has been making her feel at home during her time in London.



“I am doing a play in London called The Children’s Hour with Keira Knightley,” Elisabeth told E! “She is lovely, lovely. I have lucked out. She is wonderful. She is hot and very talented!”



Elisabeth is having a great time in the UK and has been socialising with Keira outside of their rehearsals. The actress – who is best known for her role in American television show Mad Men – was shocked by how down to earth Keira is, despite being one of the biggest stars in Hollywood.



“We totally do hang out when we are not working. We get along really swimmingly,” Elisabeth added. “She is amazing, she is just like a normal girl. She is very cool.”

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