DreamGirl Noah talks to Esquire contributing editor Martha Sherrill about the cover story she wrote for the November issue of the magazine. It is called "DREAM GIRL: The Allegra Coleman that Nobody Knows." It is a parody of the intimate actor interview genre. Sherrill created a profile of a starlet on the cusp of a meteoric rise in Hollywood...but the actor she "interviewed" - Allegra Coleman - doesn't really exist.
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Noah talks to Esquire contributing editor Martha Sherrill about the cover story she wrote for the November issue of the magazine. It is called "DREAM GIRL: The Allegra Coleman that Nobody Knows." It is a parody of the intimate actor interview genre. Sherrill created a profile of a starlet on the cusp of a meteoric rise in Hollywood...but the actor she "interviewed" - Allegra Coleman - doesn't really exist.