Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Olsen has become a star, thanks to a breakout performance in last year's Martha Marcy May Marlene. Now, she is the lead of 'Liberal Arts', the charming indie releasing this month. She talks to Bon Apetit Magazine about how she occasionally uses her last name to score tables. When asked whether she does, she replies "I only use it at Il Buco in New York, because it's one of my favorite restaurants. If they say they're booked, then I'm kinda like, "Okay, well, I'm in the computer..."
She also talks about how the LA food scene is good right now, and how she doesn't believe in not eating to stay thin.
"I just realized that the L.A. food scene is really good right now. I've been to Ink and Son of a Gun and Black Market. I hung out with Michael Voltaggio at Ink--that was fun."
"I look at some actresses and say, "There's no way she eats." That's not me. I get way too much happiness from good food."
Looking at this interview, it's a wonder she's so thin. She is far thinner than a lot of actresses in Hollywood, but she also comes off genuine and not fake, so I believe it when she says that she eats and doesn't starve herself. Also, anyone who has this much knowledge of food definitely has first-hand experience with eating it.