Natasha Lyonne started acting when she was six years old, and the past few years have been very much a renaissance for the star: She was nominated for an Emmy award for her turn as Nicki on Netflix’s acclaimed The story of Lyonne’s career arc has been well-told–legal issues, health issues, etc.–but one thing that is often left out is her work behind the camera.Lyonne is the executive producer on a new campaign from Absolut Elyx and Water for People–a partnership that has the liquor company funding the nonprofit that brings clean water to people who are currently without access around the world.Hey, Chad, if you're there, you might want to pay attention.Glamour: You’re like the ultimate guy to date, so what do you think it is about you that lends yourself to these roles?Lyonne got involved with the campaign through the campaign’s agency Naked Luxury.Naked Luxury head Paul Sevigny is the brother of actress Chloe, who reached out to Lyonne about the idea.Seventeen-year-old Megan (Natasha Lyonne) is a sunny high school senior who loves cheerleading and is dating a football player, Jared (Brandt Wille).
The film is a cult favorite in the LGBT genre for its hilarious and smart jabs at gender norms, sexuality in suburban America and real-life ex-gay Christian organizations. [Laughs] It’s so weird that it’s 14 years ago because I always like to call it 20 years ago. A lot of actresses round down, but I like to round up," she said.With 10 minutes left in the interview, it was time to get down to business.How would Ritter stage his own intervention among friends? And what's his best advice for a successful relationship?(Lyonne swears she's not still bitter.) "She was like my L. "This was the '90s, this is how deals were made," Lyonne said, laughing.The original concept for "But I'm a Cheerleader" was conceived in a similarly unexpected way when Babbit discovered a newspaper article in a coffee stop.