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As a shy child, Mumford set her sights on becoming a doctor or a teacher. During high school she threw herself into performing and singing in the choir, which led to a trip to Kissolymos, a small village in the region of Transylvania, Romania. “I often fantasize about what life would have been like if I had been a high-school math teacher,” Mumford ponders.
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By now, the world knows that Sam Taylor-Johnson signed on to direct, and that Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan landed the leading parts of Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey, but many have yet to learn that the role of Kate Kavanagh—Anastasia’s sultry, tenacious roommate and best friend—went to up-and-comer and Washington State native Eloise Mumford.
Everything changed, however, when a family friend took her to a local production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “I was instantly swept up in it. She later returned to the Eastern European country to teach English to children.
“It was the loneliest, hardest, most joyful time,” she says of her experience there—one that motivated her to return to the States and enroll at N.
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