Angela Sarafyan, an Armenian-American actress, is best known for her performance in HBO’s science fiction series Westworld. Since the first season in 2016, she has played Clementine Pennyfeather, a key character.

Sarafyan plays Pennyfeather, a host who works as a prostitute in Sweetwater in the show. She is aware of the guests’ demands as one of Westworld’s most popular attractions.

Pennyfeather is also the best friend of Maeve Millay (Thandie Newton), a host who serves as Sweetwater’s madam.

Sarafyan’s charisma has captivated not only the men of Westworld but also the show’s viewers. The actress claims that playing the character has had a direct impact on her life, as she has begun to embrace her femininity as a result of the role.

In a June 2018 interview with Harper’s Bazaar, the Lost & Found in Armenia star discussed how portraying Pennyfeather helped her accept her femininity.

Sarafyan first revealed that as a child, she was the type of girl who adored fashion and apparel.

I’m not the type of woman who… I mean, I enjoy fashion and stuff, but I’ve always believed that I should achieve goals based on my abilities rather than my appearance. The actress also recalled a time when “there was a lot of objectifying,” particularly towards women, when she was a child.

There was a lot of objectifying, especially during our childhood. “Gotta get married and have babies,” they said after graduating from high school. There’s also the never-ending search for a husband. As a result, the Blue Bloods actress has always believed that she needed to do something remarkable to earn a name for herself. “I always thought I had to make something of myself,” she remarked.

Her character in the show, however, changed her mind on feminism and women in general. She used to believe that feminism was about concealing; however, she later discovered that it was about celebrating your feminine.

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The actress began to wear lipstick more regularly and to highlight rather than hide women’s attractive traits as a result of her shift in viewpoint.

The actress put it succinctly:

But Clementine taught me that it’s good to be a lady. It’s wonderful to wear lipstick, and it’s nice to celebrate rather than hide your lovely qualities. For a long time, I believe feminism was about concealing.

And I believe that feminism is about embracing one’s femininity.

Sarafyan, 37, has rarely been associated with any males in her personal life, except a rumor about Nick Jonas, which was revealed by US Weekly in 2018.

On the Doll, A Beautiful Life, The Informers, A Good Old Fashioned Orgy, Lost & Found in Armenia, and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 have all included the diva.

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By Meera