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Though Seyfried, who turns 30 later this year, has been working in TV and film since she was a teenager, this is her first play.And while it may sound like business as usual, yet another Hollywood actress out to prove she’s serious, it’s a very big deal for Seyfried because the thought of getting up in front of audience has always been paralyzing.A few years ago, she famously downed a couple of shots of Jameson to calm her nerves before going on Letterman and appeared drunk on TV.Letourneau, Maher said, “is in jail because she’s in love. That’s how I view it.” “I admit it’s unorthodox” Maher continued, “She’s 35, the boy is 14.