Rashida Jones graces the pages of GQ magazine’s June 2011 issue where she talks about her career in comedy (shows “The Office” & “Parks & Recreation” and film “I Love You, Man”) and strikes a few sultry poses in lingerie for the camera.
Read what the mag had to say in an excerpt below:
“She is tremendously undislikable. Partly that’s because, at 35, she’s been semifamous for only a few years, meaning she’d had the time to become an actual person first (this despite being the offspring of two very famous parents, Quincy Jones and Peggy Lipton). And partly because she has that gift of looking amusingly bemused or agreeably agitated, which comes in handy given the all-star comic ensembles in which she finds herself with staggering regularity.”
Rashida says, “A question I get asked a lot is ‘What is it like to play the straight guy all the time?’ And I’m totally okay with it,” she says. “I’ll never be the person doing a cartwheel and landing with my skirt over my head. That’s just not who I am.”