Elisabeth Moss Slams Ex-Husband Fred Armisen

Celebrity News Mar. 8, 2012 AT 11:32AM
Elisabeth Moss Slams Ex-Husband Fred Armisen Credit: David Livingston/Getty Images; Charles Eshelman/FilmMagic

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Elisabeth Moss has kept completely quiet about her ill-fated marriage to Fred Armisen. The Mad Men actress, 29, married the Saturday Night Live performer, 45, in October 2009; they separated by June of the following year, with Moss filing for divorce in September 2010.

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"It's so hard to talk about," Moss (who plays Peggy Olson on the AMC smash) tells Page Six Magazine.

Finding the words, the actress quips: "One of the greatest things I heard someone say about [Fred] is, 'He's so great at doing impersonations. But the greatest impersonation he does is that of a normal person.' To me, that sums it up."

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Giggling, she adds: "And I think that's...that's it. I've never told anyone that. And I don't want to waste any more of my life talking about it."

Perhaps regretting her catty comment, she notes: "I'm probably gonna get a slap on the wrist. But I’ve just been such a good girl. And sometimes you just want to be a bad girl for a minute."

Do she and Armisen keep in touch? "Oh god, no," she quips.

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But the acclaimed star (season five of Mad Men finally debuts on AMC later this month) isn't sad about being alone. "[I] very much enjoys being single and all that that brings," she tells the magazine.

"I obviously want a partner in life, and I want someone to grow old with, but there's also a nice time when you're young to enjoy being you. It's fun to go out at night and not know what's going to happen. I'm addicted to and obsessed with my freedom in that sense. I'm having fun!"

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