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Veeps Anna Chlumsky: from child star to the White House

5 August 2014 8:58 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

She got her big break starring alongside Macaulay Culkin aged just 10 but she quit acting for publishing. So what tempted Anna Chlumsky back? And whats her favourite insult in Veep?

In the months after she made In the Loop, Anna Chlumsky found herself reusing lines from the film, as fans of Armando Iannucci invariably do. Difficult difficult lemon-difficult, was a go-to phrase, as was the writers most widely and enthusiastically embraced neologism after omnishambles fuckety-bye.

Now, Chlumsky says, her role as vice-presidential aide Amy Brookheimer in the TV show Veep has generated a new set of catchphrases. My husband quotes [spin doctor] Dan tongue-in-cheek, You gotta network to get work. And Selina [the vice-president, played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus] said, Ok, my veeple. So we all say veeple now.

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