Wednesday, July 05, 2017

Nickelodeon Star Lizzy Greene Loves That Everyone Can Relate To "Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn" | #NRDD

Lizzy Greene, who stars as Dawn Harper on Nickelodeon's hit sitcom Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn, knows she owes a lot to the show for being where she is today.


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In her cover story with Prune magazine, Lizzy opened up about acting on the popular Nick show, including how she got her breakout role!:

Prune: You currently star in Nickelodeon’s Nicky, Ricky, Dicky and Dawn. Talk to me about the show.

Lizzy: The show is about quadruplets, three boys and one girl. I play the one girl, Dawn. The show is about going through life and growing up together. There is a lot of sibling rivalry, a lot of adventure, and a lot of funny things that go on in the show. It truly is amazing because it’s a show about family, which is my favorite thing. There’s a lesson at the end of every episode, and there is a learning experience with that quads always.

Prune: Nicky, Ricky, Dicky and Dawn is now airing its third season. How did you first acquire this role?

Lizzy: I got the role because I was very into theater and making people laugh. It was so exhilarating to me, and it was one of my favorite things when I first started. I did a lot of comedies and musicals. One day an agent came and saw me on stage, and they were interested in me. They ended up signing me, which led to a manager, which led to me coming out to LA and doing the base auditions for Nicky, Ricky, Dicky and Dawn. One thing led to another, and now we’re in our fourth season of the show. I thought my first audition was just for practice, and I never expected anything to come out of this, but it did. It’s all a strike of lightning for me and I’m so grateful for it.

Prune: The show has already been renewed for a fourth season. What do you think makes Nicky, Ricky, Dicky and Dawn so well liked?

Lizzy: It’s something everyone can relate to, which has been so cool for me. It’s been one of the popular shows in Nickelodeon for the past four years. It’s all about family, so it’s something that kids can relate to. It’s not far from reality. I love playing my character, Dawn, because it’s like playing myself.

Prune: What is it like to grow up in the spotlight?

Lizzy: At first I didn’t think much of it. I started getting recognized and realized it was a big deal. Something that I’ve learned is that it grows you up really fast. When I was little and would watch television shows, I didn’t think about how much went into it. Now that I’m living it, I have a greater respect. It’s cool for me, because there aren’t a lot of 14 years olds that work at all. I’m so grateful, I love to work hard. That is how I got here, I worked really hard. I love to stay busy, I love to stay perfecting my craft. I’ve come to love it so much, I truly would never wish for anything different.

Prune: Nicky, Ricky, Dicky and Dawn is your first steady leading role. How has the success of the show changed your life?

Lizzy: When I was first watching Nickelodeon and saw all the kids, I thought it would be so fun to be on a show. What is cool to me, is I’m now really good friends with people I used to watch on Nickelodeon before I was ever on TV. I get recognized at airports and grocery stores, and I’m always so grateful for the fans because that is what keeps the show going. There are little things here and there, like being asked to go to red carpets. I have such a respect for fashion, and I love it so much – it’s one of the things I would like to get into when I’m older.

Prune: Now that you’ve had a taste of acting, is this a career you will pursue for the rest of your life?

Lizzy: I do love doing this, and it’s something I’d love to do for the rest of my life. I would love to get into movies, and ideas with a more mature subject. I love horror movies, so I’d love to do that. I also love singing and fashion. I started out doing the talent show every year singing, so that is where I originated from. I’d love to get into singing more. I would also love to get into fashion business. My style has grown since I first started because I’m around all of these incredible fashion idols. I love fashion so much.

You can read Lizzy Greene's fantastic interview with Prune magazine in full, in which she also opens up about giving back and more and how Blake Lively constantly inspires her, here on prunemagazine.com!

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