MC: What's your best feature?
ZK: My willingness to make a fool of myself. I'm klutzy, and I don't embarrass easily.
MC: What's your hidden talent?
ZK: I have mad luck. I'm super-good at games like backgammon or anything that requires rolling dice.
MC: Do you have any scars?
ZK: No, but I was on the swim team in middle school. Once, at a meet, I broke my finger and gave myself a concussion swimming into a wall.
MC: Who is your real-life hero?
ZK: This is going to sound mushy. My hero is Michelle Williams, who I grew close to when we did Meek's Cutoff. She's an extraordinary actor and mom.
MC: Most regrettable outfit?
ZK: Anything from college. I had this white-and-pink zebra-print wrapdress with sequins that I'd wear with platform boots and my great-grandmother's fur hat. Totally Legally Blonde!
MC: What do you wish you knew five years ago?
ZK: That a great boyfriend was coming. Twenty-one was such a terrible time for me. I felt like I was never going to have a big love again — and then came, um, Paul Dano.
MC: You can't go to sleep until ...
ZK: I've exhausted all other possibilities. I hate going to bed. I read scripts, clean, listen to the radio — I've fallen asleep to This American Life more times than I can count!