While Giuffria worked towards her undergraduate degree in psychology, she worked as a background extra whenever she could. Giuffria wore her cosmetic passive hand while doing extra work. “I wore the cosmetic because I assumed that they wouldn’t want someone sticking out in the background with a prosthesis.” One day, while working on the Green Lantern (2011) in New Orleans, Giuffria was chosen on set for her first featured background role. “I was so excited I didn’t know what to do.” After the initial excitement wore off and the hair and makeup team were working on her, she made the realization that the director probably didn’t notice that she has one arm.
After giving an anxiety filled briefing to the director, Martin Campbell (Casino Royale, 2006; Golden Eye, 1995) on the situation, he became the first one to believe in Giuffria.
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