Plus, the Weeds star adds, "I look okay for 44". Mary-Louise Parker has always been fine with the sex scenes in her role as Nancy Botwin, a marijuana-selling suburban mom in the Showtime series Weeds , but she thinks that a recent nude scene of her in the bathtub took things a little too far. I was goaded into it. Despite being bitter over the nude scene, Parker still very much enjoys playing her character on the show.
An ominous cloud of divadom is hovering on the horizon when I arrive at a grand town house in Kensington, West London. Mary-Louise Parker, who is in London to promote a new series of Weeds, will not, I'm informed, be interviewed until she's been made up and photographed. Yet when MLP eventually emerges in an ethereal, Lord of the Rings-style white gown that makes her look more 22 than 42, she leans towards me with a grin and says with heavy irony, "I bet you didn't realise that we were going to get married today. Such wisecracking intimacy with a stranger seems to come easily to her, for Mary-Louise is not exactly your usual Hollywood star. Or, as she puts it to me: "People have a problem with me being different, but that propels me forward in life. But then you would expect someone who leapt at the leading role of Nancy Botwin, a reckless widow who turns to dealing dope to maintain her middle-class lifestyle in the subversive US drama series Weeds, to be more than a little unusual. Until then, she was probably best known on screen as the political activist Amy Gardner in The West Wing.
I'd always dreamed of a movie star asking me to get naked, but this isn't exactly what I had in mind. Mary-Louise Parker was considering posing nude for Esquire but had an unusual--by which I mean deeply disturbing--request: that the editor of the piece pose naked as well. The editor. That would be me. That's problematic. I pointed out that my nipples weren't fit for mass consumption. I mentioned the possibility of subscription cancellations. I told my wife, counting on her to be equally disturbed. I told my boss, who was also unnervingly enthusiastic.
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