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Once upon a time, Zosia Mamet was known for smaller roles in TV shows like "Mad Men" and movies like "The Kids Are All Right." These days, she's better known for a brilliant portrayal of Shoshanna Shapiro on HBO's "Girls" and for inspiring guest columns in Glamour magazine.
In honor of the Make Your Mark contest, in collaboration with Bayer and Glamour, to inspire and celebrate women who are making their mark on the world, Mamet spoke with HuffPost TV about what makes Shoshanna tick, Lena Dunham's new book and "Sex and the City" comparisons:
Can you explain more about the Make Your Mark contest?
It’s really geared toward what I think is sort of the essence of Glamour, which is inspiring young women and making them feel excited and confident about the choices they’re making and what they’re doing.
If you've ever wondered why the U. K. is so into soccer, you're not alone.
When John Oliver stopped by "Late Show" on Tuesday, David Letterman had the "Last Week Tonight" host comment on the somewhat confusing setup of British soccer.
Oliver went on to explain the break down, how most teams have little chance of getting into the good divisions and that money pretty much ensures the same teams win every year, which culminates in Letterman bringing up the thing that's on everyone's mind: "So what's the point?"
"Late Show with David Letterman" airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m.
The opening credits for "American Horror Story: Freak Show" have arrived, and, as expected, they're quite disturbing.
We've already seen the first footage from the upcoming fourth season and we know a good amount about the characters and what to expect. On Wednesday, Ryan Murphy debuted the title sequence for "Freak Show" on Twitter, and its full of Halloween scares.