Julia Garner is helping Lady Gaga make money when it comes to exotic European accents, as she puts on a truly compelling voice in the first trailer for the new Netflix series from Shonda Rhimes, Invented Anna.
The Ozark the actress who played the notorious swindler Anna Delvey, who convinced several New York City social media sites that she was the famous German heiress on Instagram, when she cheated, lied and planned to make hundreds of thousands of dollars from banks, as well as from her pocket. -friends are called. However, the house of Russian-born cards turned upside down when she was found guilty of petty theft in 2019.
It’s a wild, true story, its villains will naturally only have an uncreative hit to match, and Garner delivers. She was even able to knock Lady Gaga off her throne when it came to cryptic European accents, as Gaga was forced to defend her Russian accent rather than her Italian while playing Patrizia Reggiani in Gucci house last year.
Garner’s voice seemed to be everywhere, but she said W Magazine that it was simply part of her attempt to represent Delvey’s deceitful global citizenship.
“Anna pretends to be a German heiress, but she is actually Russian, so I had to first learn to speak English with a proper German accent, and then learn a slightly Russian accent to add below,” Garner explained. “Then you factor in that she may have learned English from the British, because she is European, but she has also lived in the US and enjoys watching Gossip Girl. So the musicality of her speech is American. ”
Garner even went straight to the source to perfect Delvey’s mixed German-Russian accent, recounting that The Hollywood Reporter how she visits convicts sentenced in prison.
“It had a super meta because she was like, ‘So how do you play with me?’ I said, ‘Well, you’re complicated. Your voice is really hard. ‘ She was like, ‘Oh my God, how do you sound like me? You have to do it.’ She is just panicking. ”
The nine-episode limited series premiered on February 11 and also stars Laverne Cox, Arian Moayed, Anna Chlumsky, and Katie Lowes.