Rose Byrne dresses down in all black as she takes a break from filming scenes for season three of TV show Physical
She’s currently filming scenes for her Apple TV show Physical.
And Rose Byrne dressed down as she took a break between scenes while on set in San Pedro, California on Monday.
The Sydney-born actress, 43, opted for snug black trousers and a long puffed coat as she walked to her trailer.
Rose Byrne dressed down as she took a break between scenes while on set in San Pedro, California on Monday
Wrapping up warm for the Californian winter, the mother-of-two clutched onto a glasses case and headphones as she finished the all black look with a stylish shirt.
Rose enhanced her natural beauty with a light make-up look, adding a creamy foundation and light blusher to her look.
A lick of black mascara and perfectly shaped eyebrows finished off the glam with Rose also adding ’80s-style curls to the look.
Pinning back half her brunette tresses, Rose let her oversized curls make a statement.
Wrapping up warm for the Californian winter, the mother-of-two clutched onto a glasses case and headphones as she finished the all black look with a stylish shirt
Rose plays tortured housewife-turned-aerobics guru Sheila in the series.
Physical also stars Rory Scovel, Dierdre Friel, Della Saba, Lou Taylor Pucci, Paul Sparks and Ashley Liao.
Rose recently showered praise on the female-led stories coming out of the industry while speaking to Marie Claire magazine.
Rose plays tortured housewife-turned-aerobics guru Sheila in the series
The Bridesmaids star said that many films and TV series focused on women probably would not have been made five years ago
‘Shows like Physical or Mrs America probably wouldn’t have been made five years ago,’ Byrne said, adding the script for Physical was written eight years ago.
‘Stories about women are finally ready to be told and seen through a real female lens, literally – Physical’s cinematographer is a woman.’
Character: Rose plays tortured housewife-turned aerobics guru Sheila in the Apple TV+ series
The Sydney-born star went on to praise how confident millennials in the business were, which is something she admires.
‘I look at social media and the savviness, sophistication and confidence of the young actors I now work with and I think, “Wow, I never had that, ever,”‘ she said.
Outside of Physical, the busy actress has also been cast as New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern in the upcoming film They Are Us.