Quote: "It's still much harder for a woman than a man. The success that Adam (Driver) has had is indicative - that's no slight to his talent and his ability, but Allison (Williams) and I are still fighting tooth and nail for any part we get, and we both have to fight very hard for any part that is different in any way from our role on Girls." Zosia Mamet admits finding work outside of hit TV series Girls is tough, while co-star Driver gets to work on the new Star Wars movies and with director Martin Scorsese on projects like Silence.
Quote: "He thinks it's very funny. He called me up after my crack episode and left me a message: 'Cha (her childhood nickname), I just watched the episode where you smoked crack. That's one of the funniest moments in television history.' That sort of made my life!" Actress Zosia Mamet was overjoyed by her playwright father David Mamet's reaction to her character's drug-taking on hit U.S. Tv series Girls.