Revisiting the performances she knew hers would be compared to would have left her “paralyzed with fear,” Coon says.
“In some ways, playing Gloria was more intuitive than almost any other character I’ve played, because I’m actually from the Midwest,” Coon says.
Coon’s Gloria, like the hardworking Fargo ladies before her, provides the moral compass of the season.
For me, playing Gloria was really just a way to say, I see you, and I am that, and I respect it.”
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