Julianna Margulies is hinting she’s had a number of same-sex dalliances.
The 55-year-old actress — who has been married to her lawyer husband Keith Lieberthal, 44, since 2007 — dropped the trace on Wednesday whereas discussing her new position as a lesbian news anchor on “The Morning Show.”
Margulies was requested by the “Just For Variety” podcast about taking part in a homosexual character on the Apple+ collection when she identifies as heterosexual in actual life.
She cryptically responded: “Who’s to say I haven’t had my own gay experiences? We’re making assumptions.”
The veteran actress didn’t expose any additional particulars and as a substitute turned her consideration to speaking about “The Morning Show” solid, which incorporates Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon.
The podcast remark marks the primary time Margulies has spoken about any potential same-sex encounters.
The actress was in a long-term relationship with actor Ron Eldard from 1991 till 2003. A short while later she met Lieberthal — the son of famed tutorial Kenneth Lieberthal — whom she wed in 2007. The couple share one son, Kieran, who was born in 2008.
But whereas she might have saved any same-sex romances out of the general public eye, “The Morning Show” marks the second time Margulies has performed a lesbian character on-screen.
Back in 2000, she starred as Kyra Sedgwick’s lover, Carla, in the comedy-drama “What’s Cooking?”
Margulies is greatest recognized for her roles in “E.R.” and “The Good Wife,” with “The Morning Show” marking a return to the small display screen.
In the present, her character, Laura, embarks on a relationship with Reese Witherspoon’s protagonist, Bradley.
“You’ve got Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon playing these two very strong characters, and in the second season instead of bringing a man in to upset that balance they brought in a woman,” Margulies instructed the podcast. “Hats off to that, as a result of the reality is girls are extra afraid of girls.
“They dress for women. We don’t dress for men. We dress for each other. We want to impress each other much more. … It made so much sense, and I thought, ‘Ah, a show that gets women,” she continued. “This is great.’”