Sarah Bolger – Her Horror Movie Labor of Love and What American Accent She Says is the Most Melodic She’s Ever Heard
Described as a "cinematic punch in the face" by the Horror Channel, Sarah Bolger is taking a break from the period pieces she's most known for and to turn her attention to a project she calls "a labor of love," Amazon Prime's A Good Woman is Hard to Find. Originally from Ireland, the young actress took some time to chat with Mike McKelly and Stefani Bishop from the Rocker Morning Show about her latest project and her favorite American accent.
"I remember watching Fargo thinking that is the most beautiful accent, the most melodic thing I've ever heard. I don't think I've ever done it in a movie. I will have to soon, though," Bolger admitted. "It's a great thing to be able to walk down the street sometimes, you know, someone says 'I like you in so and so,' and I say 'thank you' and I talk to them in my accent, and they're like, 'you're Irish?' That is like the best gift you could give me. It makes me feel like 'Oh good, I'm proficient in my job'."
A Good Woman is Hard to Find almost didn't happen. Between scheduling conflicts and getting a studio interested, Bolger explained what sets this role apart from the other characters she's played in the past. "I've never been sent a script that made me page turn; I think I finished those 110 pages in 50 minutes. It's like an origin story of a super hero except she has no magical powers. She's like this amazing mother, amazing human, who is just brought to the brink of her sanity and is able to prevail."
Check out the full Rocker Morning Show interview with Sarah Bolger below.