‘There’s extra disgrace in speaking about cash than intercourse’

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“It’s more shameful to talk about money than sex,” claims Laura Dern.

Dern – whose “Big Little Lies” character Renata Klein Once said: “I will not be rich” – adds: “I cannot believe that no one has ever told me money. Nobody talked about it. Should you get a checking account? How do you save? Who do you talk to about it? “

Dern, 54, also loves that Renata’s line has become one of the series’ most iconic moments.

“I hope every woman says so,” she said during a Vanity Fair Cocktail Hour, Live! Chat with Vanity Fair’s Editor-in-Chief Radhika Jones.

“Little did I know it would resonate that way, and if it was a line that I ever said could resonate, I’m thrilled that it is because it’s obviously multilayered, and it’s not just about Finance goes. But how nice that women talk about money. “

The Oscar-winning actress, who began performing as a teenager, jokingly apologized for performing with her daughter Jaya TikTok videosand stated that her 16-year-old “would have killed me if I hadn’t given her at least a couple of TikToks. She asks me to do a TikTok most days so I try to speed myself up. “

And the “wild” actress called filming “Jurassic World: Dominion” during the COVID-19 pandemic “a very complicated and daunting consideration – going back to work at such a crucial and frightening moment and not wearing PPE at work to be able to act as an actor. “

The Vanity Fair Cocktail Hour, Live! is a virtual charity event in support of the Motion Picture & Television Fund’s COVID-19 relief efforts.