Actress Louisa Jacobson is an aspiring woman herself, but that doesn’t stop her famous mother, Meryl Streep, from acting like a full-blown drama queen.
Host Jimmy Kimmel asked the 30-year-old if Streep, 72, teases the young starlet from time to time.
“Of course,” Jacobson replied. She also revealed the cute nickname the Don’t Look Up star has for her youngest child: “Pickle!”
Jacobson recalled a moment when her mother worried about her. “Today she said, ‘Okay, Pickle, is the car coming for you?’ She says, “Do you have everything you need? Is someone coming to pick you up from the theater?’”
After reassuring her mother that everything was fine, Jacobson explained, “She’s like, ‘OK, yeah, enough about me. Enough from me.'”
After noting that Streep is “really cute,” the Vassar College graduate revealed what Yes, really bugs her about the Sophie’s Choice icon.
“It’s a really embarrassing thing that she’s doing,” Jacobson said. “When she starts talking to someone who has an accent, she just starts speaking the accent.”
With a laugh, Kimmel replied, “And she’ll usually get an Oscar for that, right?” Streep received the 2012 Oscar for her accentuated role as former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
Jacobson, who uses her middle name to distinguish herself from her famous family, is also the daughter of sculptor Don Gummer and sister of actresses Grace and Mamie Gummer and musician Henry Wolfe [Gummer].
Jacobson is just beginning to dabble in the acting world, but she wasn’t initially interested in pursuing a career in the performing arts.
she spoke with “Today‘ last month about her foray into Hollywood. “When I entered college, I thought, ‘I want to try something different.’ And I graduated and worked in an advertising agency for two years,” she said. Jacobson majored in psychology and minored in art history.
“The Golden age” is currently being broadcast HBO and has just been renewed for a second season. Directed by Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes, the series takes viewers back to the social class struggle between old money and new money in 1880s New York.
https://nypost.com/2022/03/04/how-meryl-streep-annoys-her-daughter-gilded-age-star-louisa-jacobson/ How Meryl Streep teases her daughter, ‘Gilded Age’ star Louisa Jacobson