No industry, including film and television, has been left untouched by the magnitude of the pandemic. Like many, Moriarty has found the past few months challenging. “Under circumstances like these, I don’t thrive,” she admits. “I’ve just been trying to figure out the things that keep me grounded and sane, but it’s hard to avoid the inevitable funk that we’re all feeling at the moment.”
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