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Entertainment Gillian Anderson suffered 'mini breakdowns' after The X-Files

07:40  04 june  2021
07:40  04 june  2021 Source:   covermg.com

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Gillian Anderson cemented her status as a TV icon playing Agent Dana Scully on Fox's The X - Files , but when she left the show behind she refused to look back — at first. "I had a good couple of mini breakdowns during that, and at the end, could not talk about it, could not see it, could not see Anderson 's remarks came after Erivo answered a question from THR , whose reporter asked the Harriet and Genius: Aretha star about her own past comments about a " mini - breakdown ," as the journalist put it, following the biopic about the abolitionist. Erivo had said that her preparation to play

Gillian Anderson became a TV icon while playing Agent Dana Scully in The X - Files – but she has now revealed the role led to several “ mini breakdowns ”. The X - Files ran for nine seasons between 1993 and 2002. Anderson reprised her role when the show was picked up for a revival in 2016, and again in 2018. And then after a while, I was able to embrace it again, but when I started to embrace it, it was almost like I separated myself so much that I was looking at the image as if it was another person. “When you immerse yourself so entirely as we can and we do for such long periods of time, of course

Gillian Anderson suffered a series of "mini breakdowns" after portraying FBI agent Dana Scully on The X-Files.

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The actress admitted her alien-hunting role took so much out of her she felt her TV and film career was over when the show ended after nine seasons in 2002. She has since returned for a film and two extra seasons, which ran from 2016 to 2018.

"I had a good couple of mini breakdowns during that, and at the end, could not talk about it, could not see it, could not see pictures, could not," Anderson said during a The Hollywood Reporter actress roundtable.

"I needed to immerse immediately in theatre in another country, and then after a while, I was able to embrace it again, but when I started to embrace it, it was almost like I separated myself so much that I was looking at the image as if it was another person.

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The fictional events depicted over the course of 11 seasons of The X - Files were quite harrowing and anxiety-inducing for audiences, though star of the series Gillian Anderson recently opened up about how the intensity of filming the series resulted in her experiencing " mini breakdowns ." The actor noted how it was specifically filming the first nine seasons, as opposed to either of the two revival storylines, but that after filming would wrap on each arc, she would have to distance herself from the experience as much as possible. Anderson has said on multiple occasions that her stint in 2018's

Ever since The X - Files ended for the first time in 2002, Gillian Anderson has seemed to work whenever she feels like it. She’ll do the occasional movie but she’s never been consistent. Same with TV shows. She’s still basking in the raves for her eerily spot-on Margaret Thatcher on The Crown, but in a new Hollywood Reporter round-table chat with fellow actresses, she “I had a good couple of mini breakdowns during that, and at the end, could not talk about it, could not see it, could not see pictures, could not,” she told Cynthia Erivo, Anya Taylor-Joy, Sarah Paulson, Mj Rodriguez, and Sarah Paulson.

"When you immerse yourself so entirely as we can, and we do for such long periods of time, there's not going to be no consequence to that. Of course, there's going to be consequence to that."

The Great Expectations star also struggled when playing the role of Blanche in A Streetcar Named Desire on the West End and Broadway.

"I felt like I'd lost my best friend," she explained. "I was grieving. Some friends of mine in New York had a brunch for me the weekend after (I wrapped my run), and I arrived like a complete wreck.

"It was so profound. I also knew it was unlikely I was going to do it again because I knew that I'd probably lose my mind. I got really close. Like, I'd survived by the skin of my teeth, and if I did it again out of ego or attachment or not wanting to let her go, there would be consequences. So I knew it was the end, and it was so sad."

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