- Actress Riley Keough’s portrayal of Daisy Jones in ‘Daisy Jones & the Six’ has been widely praised.
- In an interview with Net-a-Porter, Keough spoke about how the role meant so much to her and how she brought her own experiences to the character.
- Keough admitted to lying about being able to sing to get the role but was able to perfect the performance with the help of a singing coach.
Actress Riley Keough has garnered widespread acclaim for her portrayal of the lead character, Daisy Jones, in the Amazon Prime show, ‘Daisy Jones & the Six.’
In a recent interview with Net-a-Porter, the 33-year-old actress spoke about the importance of the role to her and how she brought her own experiences to the character.
Keough said she wanted Daisy to have a sense of “journey” and wanted to show her in a more human light before she became the quintessential, drug-addled rock star.
Riley Keough identified with Daisy’s struggle to reconcile how she wanted the world to be with the reality of what she was facing. The actress also spoke about the misogyny that women faced in the public eye, then and now.
Despite being the granddaughter of Elvis Presley and daughter of Lisa Marie Presley, Keough admitted that she lied about being able to sing to get the role. However, with the help of a singing coach and several rounds of auditions, she was able to perfect the role and give a convincing performance.