May 27, 2021

EP. 60 — Natalie Morales

Actor, writer, and director Natalie Morales joins Jameela this week to discuss growing up in Miami, an accident at the opera which changed her life and her face, her frustration the lack of support her sitcom Abby’s got at the network, their shared horrific experience with paparazzi, becoming a self-taught director, and her recent ADHD diagnosis that changed how she understood her mental health. Her new film Plan B is out now on Hulu.


Jameela: [00:00:00] Hello and welcome to another episode of I Weigh with Jameela Jamil. I hope you’re well. I’m just plodding along still just being a personal assistant to my dog, who bosses me around all of the time. And I am his bitch. That’s cool. That’s my life now, basically. I used to have a I used to have a real life where I didn’t pick up shit in a bag four times a day, still four times a day. I was told that didn’t happen after therapy, but it does four sometimes five times a day. So if you’re ever I mean, I don’t know why you’d ever do this. If you were wondering what Jameela Jamil is doing right now. I’m picking up shit in a bag. That’s what I’m doing almost at all times of the day. Wherever I am in the world, wherever you are in the world, I’m picking up shit in a bag. Anyway, enough about me, I. I’m excited to bring you today’s guest. She is someone who I’ve admired from a dist

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