Watch Elisabeth Moss' "Golden Globe-Worthy" First Role as Sandra Bullock's Daughter

Elisabeth Moss
David Needleman

The Mad Men actress in Monique Lhuillier.

Elisabeth Moss stopped by Live! With Kelly and Michael on Monday morning to chat about her latest role in the supernatural rom-com The One I Love with Mark Duplass, but the actress admitted to a much earlier gig.

"My first role was playing Sandra Bullock's daughter — kind of before she was Sandra Bullock — in a miniseries called Lucky Chances," said Moss of her first onscreen appearance at 7 years old. "I had to find her dead in the pool and scream."

Co-host Michael Strahan then revealed that the show had a clip of the two handy. "No you don't! Are you serious?" exclaimed Moss. Afterward, she said, "That is amazing! Oh my god! Golden Globe-worthy, I would say."

Moss also briefly spoke on wrapping production on the final season of Mad Men.

"It was pretty dramatic, honestly," she noted. "The last three days of shooting was just this long Italian funeral — crying all day, from six in the morning, grown men breaking down."

She added of the cast and crew, "It's over, and I think we're all ready to move on and take the next step."

Watch the flashback in the video below:

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