Watch 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' Cast Play How Well Do You Know Your Co-Star?

One star used to trick-or-treat at Michael Jordan's house!

If you're a fan of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, you'd probably agree that it's hard to imagine the cast of the hit Amazon Prime show doesn't have a whole lot of fun on set. From Rachel Brosnahan and Alex Borstein's million-miles-per-hour banter as the titular Mrs. Maisel and her manager, Susie, and Jane Lynch's comical Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde–style shenanigans as Sophie Lennon to Michael Zegen's character, Joel's, well, continual Joelness, the actors keep us entertained as they give 100 percent with their characters. Watching them gel so well onscreen made us wonder: How well do they know each other in real life?

To celebrate the newest season of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, we decided to put Rachel Brosnahan, Jane Lynch, Michael Zegen, and Alex Borstein's friendships to the test with Marie Claire's party game How Well Do You Know Your Co-Star? Watch the video to see the show's stars quiz each other on trivia about themselves. What career would Rachel Brosnahan have pursued if she hadn't gone into acting? Was she a wrestler in high school or a lacrosse player? How old was Alex Borstein when she first performed stand up comedy in a bar? What is Michael Zegen's favorite ice cream flavor? What role did Jane Lynch play during a stint on 3rd Rock From the Sun? And which cast mates are actually from the same town?

See which Maisel star takes home the Co-Star Trivia Crown, and then stream season three on Amazon if you haven't already indulged in the marvelousness.

Stream 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' on Amazon

Sally Holmes

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