Which Meryl Streep Character Are You?

Are you tough like Miranda Priestly or more lovable like Julia Child?

Lois
Created By Lois
On Mar 29, 2017

What is the coolest thing you can cook?

Which Late Night host would your friends say you are like?

Do you have a fear of commitment?

If you were able to travel somewhere right now, where would it be?

What are you most proud of?

If you could be anything, what would you be?

Are your parents divorced?

Who would you rather co-star beside?

Julia Child!

Julia Child!

You got Julia Child from Julie & Julia! You're determined, lovable, and a great cook! You are torn between being a homebody and having big dreams. You've always been a good judge of character and stood up for yourself when needed. You are surrounded by people who underestimate you and you continue to surprise them time and time again.

Miranda Priestly!

Miranda Priestly!

You got Miranda Priestly from The Devil Wears Prada! You're hard core. You are ambitious, to the point, and you don't like to beat around the bush. Sometimes people would call you cold, bossy, or demanding, but in reality you are merely trying to get a job done. You may be a little selfish but only in the name of protecting yourself.

Violet Weston!

Violet Weston!

You got Violet Weston from August: Osage County! You're intense, man. You have some deeply rooted issues surrounding your relationships and home life and that seeps into how you interact with people. Sometimes you're harsh, but deep down you really care about the people who matter most to you.

Margaret Thatcher!

Margaret Thatcher!

You got Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady! You are a feminista baby and you're paving the way for ladies of our future. You are outspoken whilst also being kind hearted. You don't let people walk over you and fight for what you believe in. And what you believe in is change.

The Witch!

The Witch!

Like The Witch, rather than being truly evil, you simply distrusts people and the world in general, and try to keep those you love sheltered from it. In the play, Rapunzel is among those killed by the Giant, hinting that the Witch's eagerness to sacrifice Jack is partly due to her grief for her lost daughter. In the film, Rapunzel's fate is unknown, although the Witch still expresses strong grief from Rapunzel's departure.