Rashida Jones knows what it is like to live life in the spotlight.

After all, she is the daughter of music mogul Quincy Jones and actress Peggy Lipton.

But Jones has made quite a name for herself as an actress with her hit show Parks and Recreation on NBC plus roles in The Office, I Love You Man, and The Social Network.

She is also a comic book author. And she went to Harvard.

Not too shabby at all.

Jones recently sat down for the 20 Q interview with Playboy magazine and talked about everything from being a nerd, to bird-calling, to Michael Jackson.

Here are some of her best quotes:

I came out of the womb reading books and thinking about my next project. I'm a born nerd.

Look, I have parents who have accomplished so much. I have a father who came from nothing and conquered the world. The last thing I'm going to do is sit here and spend his money and try to look pretty.

 I think in the next 50 years relationships and intimate relationships will be redefined, because they have to be. I don't know about polyamory and polygamy, but something's going to shift.

I had a bird-calling coach because I had to learn birdcalls. Turns out it's one of those weird gifts that come naturally to me.

Mostly, though, college was me trying to look cooler than I was. There were definitely some Carhartt jeans and backward Kangol caps in my repertoire.

Michael basically grew up with us, so I have a million memories of him. We were at each other's house all the time. He was definitely a little bit of an alien, for sure... Once, my sister, Michael, ­Emmanuel Lewis and I got in a car with Super Soakers and went by a movie theater and supersoaked the hell out of people waiting in line. They had no idea they'd just been supersoaked by the King of Pop.

In my 20s everyone thought I was Fiona Apple. Now I'm either the wife from The King of Queens or somebody on Community. .. It's part of the fun. And in L.A. it still doesn't matter. I call up a restaurant and say, 'It's Rashida Jones, and I still get, Sorry, we don't have another reservation for a month.'

[If she were anonymous for one day] Probably do something naked somewhere. Streaking through a large crowd has always been a secret fantasy of mine. Disneyland would be fun. Or maybe just showing up at the Apple Store naked and picking up an iPod shuffle and pretending nothing was wrong or different.

To read the interview in its entirety go to: http://www.playboy.com/magazine/20q-rashida-jones