Maggie Siff and the Women of Wall Street

The Billions star visits the New York Stock Exchange and talks fashion, finance, and the “Fearless Girl” statue.

Maggie Siff (Wendy Rhoades on Billions) takes a serious role in real-life in supporting women – the lack of – in corporate America. On a recent visit to Wall Street she said she’d been following the story of “Fearless Girl,” the statue of a defiant young woman with her hands on her hips, just outside the Stock Exchange. The statue is to draw attention to the dearth of women in corporate board rooms

“I don’t want to be too gendered about it, but she can be a shark. She can be as manipulative and conniving as some of the more toxic male archetypes … [But, as a therapist] “she has great wells of empathy, and emotional X-ray vision.”– Maggie Siff

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