Anna Gunn Says Tonys Red Carpet Feels 'More Glamorous'

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"When I saw this dress, it took my breath away," says the actress, who wore a gold floral Jenny Packham gown at Sunday's awards show.

Dressing up for any awards show entails a night full of glamour, but for one particular actress, the Tonys red carpet holds a little more meaning.

Anna Gunn, who arrived at the Tony Awards in a glitzy gold floral Jenny Packham gown, shared how the Tony Awards felt slightly more special to her, in comparison to the Emmys red carpet.

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"It was different only in that it almost feels slightly more glamorous to me because this is what I dreamed of from the beginning of my career – being on Broadway and being at the Tonys," Gunn told The Hollywood Reporter during the red carpet. "When I saw this dress, it took my breath away, and then [her stylist, Carol McColgin, also The Hollywood Reporter's style editor] goes for every single detail and she never misses a detail."

Though her former Breaking Bad co-star Bryan Cranston scored gold for best lead actor in the play All the Way, Gunn said she hasn't had time to watch his award-winning Broadway performance as Lyndon B. Johnson. "I have not – I have not seen anything because I was working on the TV series that I just wrapped a week ago," explained Gunn, whose next on-screen project includes starring in Fox's new series Gracepoint.

As for starring in the off-Broadway show Sex with Strangers, the Emmy Award-winning actress revealed she starts rehearsals Monday.

"I have a lot of jitters, but they're all good jitters. They're all those really exciting jitters," said Gunn. " What's great is that I'll rehearse during the day, and then I'm gonna hit the theater every night that I can."