Carrie Coon discusses building a quarantine life, upcoming film 'The Nest'

To become an actor is to become a risk management specialist without really trying. To remain an actor in the middle of a pandemic, one that has left all but a few fortunate actors employed, means graduating to crisis director of your own life.“Certainly November’s going to be a big decider, as they say in politics, about what the future of our country looks like,” says Carrie Coon, one of the fortune ones. The 39-year-Chicago stage veteran is a Steppenwolf Theatre ensemble member, Tony Award nominee and frequent film and television presence thanks to “The Leftovers,” “Fargo” and “The Sinner.”…

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