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Jeanne Tripplehorn stuns in 1882-era dress and feathered hat on the NY set of HBO’s The Gilded Age

On Tuesday, Big Love alum Jeanne Tripplehorn was decked out in 1882-era period costume attire as she reported to the Troy, New York set of HBO’s 10-episode series, The Gilded Age.

The Emmy nominee – turning 58 this Thursday – wore a towering black feathered hat and dramatic dress crafted by costume designer Kasia Walicka-Maimone.

Jeanne’s character Sylvia Chamberlain is described as ‘a tall and beautiful enigmatic figure, who’s a genuine expert in the creative arts and a great art collector.’  

Action! On Tuesday, Big Love alum Jeanne Tripplehorn was decked out in 1882-era period costume attire as she reported to the Troy, New York set of HBO’s 10-episode series, The Gilded Age

Sylvia is ‘almost entirely excluded from high society because of her suspected past until Marian Brook (Louisa Jacobson) shows her kindness.’

Tripplehorn – who’s also shooting Amazon series The Terminal List – is best known for her past roles in Basic Instinct, Waterworld, Sliding Doors, and Grey Gardens.

The Mrs. America actress made sure to protect herself and others from the coronavirus by wearing a face mask until the cameras rolled. 

Turning 58 this Thursday! The Emmy nominee wore a towering black feathered hat and dramatic dress crafted by costume designer Kasia Walicka-Maimone

Turning 58 this Thursday! The Emmy nominee wore a towering black feathered hat and dramatic dress crafted by costume designer Kasia Walicka-Maimone

Logline: Jeanne's character Sylvia Chamberlain is described as 'a genuine expert in the creative arts and a great art collector,' who's 'almost entirely excluded from high society because of her suspected past until Marian Brook (Louisa Jacobson) shows her kindness'

Logline: Jeanne’s character Sylvia Chamberlain is described as ‘a genuine expert in the creative arts and a great art collector,’ who’s ‘almost entirely excluded from high society because of her suspected past until Marian Brook (Louisa Jacobson) shows her kindness’

'Hello!' Tripplehorn (pictured March 12) - who's also shooting Amazon series The Terminal List - is best known for her past roles in Basic Instinct, Waterworld, Sliding Doors, and Grey Gardens

‘Hello!’ Tripplehorn (pictured March 12) – who’s also shooting Amazon series The Terminal List – is best known for her past roles in Basic Instinct, Waterworld, Sliding Doors, and Grey Gardens

Production began in February for The Gilded Age, which was co-created by Downton Abbey mastermind Julian Fellowes and writer Sonja Warfield (Will & Grace, The Game).

The talented ensemble also features Christine Baranski, Cynthia Nixon, Taissa Farmiga, Carrie Coon, Morgan Spector, Denée Benton, Blake Ritson, Simon Jones, Harry Richardson, Thomas Cocquerel, and Jack Gilpin.

Last month, HBO was forced to cover benefits for musicians working on The Gilded Age after the American Federation of Musicians filed a charge for unfair labor practices. 

From the creator of Gosford Park: Production began in February for The Gilded Age, which was co-created by Downton Abbey mastermind Julian Fellowes (M, pictured in 2019) and writer Sonja Warfield

From the creator of Gosford Park: Production began in February for The Gilded Age, which was co-created by Downton Abbey mastermind Julian Fellowes (M, pictured in 2019) and writer Sonja Warfield

Christine Baranski pictured in 2020

Cynthia Nixon pictured in 2017

Taissa Farmiga pictured in 2018

Line-up: The talented ensemble also features Christine Baranski (L), Cynthia Nixon (M), Taissa Farmiga (R), Carrie Coon, Morgan Spector, Denée Benton, Blake Ritson, Simon Jones, Harry Richardson, Thomas Cocquerel, and Jack Gilpin

Scandal: Last month, HBO was forced to cover benefits for musicians working on The Gilded Age after the American Federation of Musicians filed a charge for unfair labor practices

Scandal: Last month, HBO was forced to cover benefits for musicians working on The Gilded Age after the American Federation of Musicians filed a charge for unfair labor practices

The union musicians – whom the cable network initially fired – are now guaranteed appropriate pay, benefits, and other protections for their services.

‘The producers of the HBO miniseries The Gilded Age hired a large group of accomplished musicians, well-versed in the musical style of the period, to give their show authenticity,’ AFM International President Ray Hair said in a statement.

‘When our musicians realized they were not working under an AFM contract, they stood up to a global media company and made them do the right thing. HBO will now be prevented from bullying musicians into accepting substandard wages, benefits, and conditions.’


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