LOS ANGELES: Elisabeth Moss on Sunday brought home a best Emmy for depicting a victim of cult, she is an individual from the dubious Church of Scientology.
The 35-year-old, prior known for parts in “The West Wing” and “Mad Men,” won her first Emmy for a part in “The Handmaid’s Tale” in the classification of best on-screen character in a dramatization arrangement. The series by on-request benefit Hulu — which also won best show in the TV grants — recounts a misanthropic dictator administration that builds up control in New England in light of a ripeness emergency. Her part has over and again attracted thoughtfulness regarding her alliance with Scientology, the confidence she imparts to Hollywood big names, for example, Tom Cruise.
At the point when a web client took to Instagram a month ago and respectfully inquired as to whether Scientology helped her to remember Gilead, the controlling despot in “The Handmaid’s Tale,” Moss dismissed the examination.
“Religious opportunity and resilience and understanding reality and equivalent rights for each race, religion and doctrine are critical to me. The most vital things to me presumably,” she composed.
Performing artist Leah Remini attracted new attention regarding Scientology with a narrative on the church, which she depicts as diligently searching cash and control out of its individuals and heartlessly following faultfinders.
“Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath” additionally won an Emmy on Sunday, for best educational series. The church has rejected the documentary, broadcast by the A&E network.