Betty Ford will likely be Michelle Pfeiffer‘s final first woman.
Pfeiffer stars because the title character—spouse of thirty eighth President Gerald Ford—in Showtime‘s new collection The First Girl, and in a current interview, the 63-year-old revealed that she is going to by no means painting an actual individual once more. Why? As a result of “it’s extremely weighty and it is with you on a regular basis.”
She has beforehand performed actual individuals—together with Ruth Madoff in The Wizard of Lies and LouAnne Johnson in Harmful Minds—however this collection marked a turning level for her.
“I stated I’d by no means do it once more,” Pfeiffer informed Leisure Weekly. “Each alternative you make, and also you simply need to honor the individual that you are enjoying and also you need to be as genuine as doable, figuring out that there will likely be occasions the place you are not and you’ll’t be. I am by no means doing it once more.”
Which does not imply she wasn’t proud to honor the First Girl’s legacy.