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Envelope Emmy Week: Emmy Rossum embraces the huge, dysfunctional 'Shameless' family [Video]

June 6, 2011 |  2:30 pm

For only child Emmy Rossum, who plays eldest daughter Fiona on Showtime's "Shameless," the idea of being part of a large TV family was alluring. It's not all fun for the character though, as Rossum told Times television writer Scott Collins at the Envelope Screening Series last week. The character is a young woman who wants to enjoy her life, but finds she must help raise her brothers and sisters due to her alcoholic father's lapses. See what she has to say in the video below. And check back for further clips from the Q&A.

 

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-- Elena Howe

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