Elisabeth Moss has always wanted to live in England.

The 'Mad Men' actress is currently starring in a production of 'The Children's Hour' with Keira Knightley on London's West End and admits she is finally achieving an ambition she has held since seeing a stage production of 'Twelfth Night' many years ago.

She said: "I wanted to do something that would mean I got to live here and not be a visitor, you know? Do my laundry here, know all the restaurants, visit grocery stores and. Wait, what do you call grocery stores?"

The 28-year-old beauty is a life-long member of the Church Of Scientology - the sci-fi religious faith followed by stars including Tom Cruise and John Travolta - and though she understands why people are interested in her beliefs, she thinks they are given more attention than they would if she had different ideals.

She added: "I understand the curiosity. I don't fault anyone for it. Ultimately my religion is a personal thing for me.

"It's not for me to say what is due and undue. People have questions and people are curious. I think the press has made a big deal out of it, which makes people more curious. I do feel there's definitely more attention on it than if I were Jewish or something, but it's a new religion, there's questions asked. There's things people want to know, and I understand it."