Mandy Moore has evolved as an entrepreneur since her platinum-selling debut album, So Real. The Grammy, Emmy, and Golden Globe-nominated actress, designer, and singer-songwriter shed her pop princess image and maintained footing in Hollywood for over two decades. Moore’s breakthrough role as Rebecca on the hit TV series “This Is Us” is centered around the modern woman and the crosses she bears.
The Knockturnal caught up with the NBC matriarch ahead of tonight’s final season’s premiere. “We are very lucky that so much of our job is really what’s on the page — and what’s on a page is extraordinary. I think overwhelmingly, people are able to see themselves and their family and loved ones in the show,” Moore explained of “This Is Us.”
While the series has pulled viewers into personal introspection about their relationships, the actress is beginning to mourn the 6-year friendships she built beside her TV crew. Together we unpacked her recently becoming a mother, Moore’s forthcoming album, and what she manifests for her next chapter. Check out why Mandy Moore considers her latest starring role “… the dreamiest job of all time.”