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Friday 1 August 2014

Mad Men star loves ‘round’ numbers

Alison Brie

Mad Men's Alison Brie has shared the things she loves most with fans.

The actress portrays Trudy Campbell in the popular TV series, set in the '60s.

The pretty star spoke to Esquire about her favourite things, including her quirky preference for a certain number.

"[I love] the number thirty-eight. It's so round. It's a voluptuous number. Eighty-eight has gone too far," she laughed to the publication.

The 30-year-old has also taken her turn on the big screen, with appearances in Scream 4 and The Five-Year Engagement.

Alison likes to make up her own mind when she goes to watch a film.

"[I love movie theatres] when they're either super-crowded or totally empty. Your opinion is not influenced by anyone when you're alone at a matinee," she smiled.

"It's just you and the movie. And crowds at a premiere or at Sundance are a special treat. At Sundance, nobody's like, 'We didn't have anything to do tonight, so we came here.'"

Alison didn't open up about her love life, but last year the actress was linked to Dave Franco.

However, the star did share her favourite things about being in a relationship.

"[I love] the romance in parks. Being on a blanket with the right person. You don't want to be on a blanket with just anyone," she revealed.

"[I love] sex, because some of the most humorous things happen when you're naked with another person."

Offering an insight into her life, Alison also let fans in on the fact that her favourite animal is the giraffe and that her sister's temper helps keep her "in check".

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