“I lost a lot of jobs and opportunities because of the way somebody tagged me. “ When Abbie Mills, Nicole Beharie has been killed unexpectedly in “Sleepy Hollow” in 2016, he met with an outcry of fans. The sending of the key role of Black in the show was more than a shock – and something she has not really spoken for years. As she revealed in 2019 that his decision to leave the series was in part due to an autoimmune disease that she was fighting at the time, the actress unveils her treatment on the shelf and how it has been rated “difficult” in the years to come . “My co-worker and I were both sick at the same time but I don’t think we have been treated on an equal footing “, she said in an interview with the San Diego Tribune. “He was allowed to return to England for a month [to recover while] I gave the episode 9 filming by myself. Then I pushed it and then at the end of this episode I was in emergency care. And all the doctors, including the doctors that the studio sent, confirmed all: “Hey, it can’t work at the moment. “”
In a separate interview with the New York Times, Beharie revealed that the production has been interrupted for two weeks. She also stated that she had daily tests “to assure me that I was really sick” – and when the doctors felt that she needed to rest, has added Beharie, ” this is not what they wanted to hear “. “Months have passed, and I’ve been a lawyer. I reduced my hours and I worked “, she continued. “But then I developed an autoimmune disease. I had C. difficile, which has made me take eight prescription drugs different. “ With the benefit of hindsight, she told the NY Times that “Sometimes, I think that some people with which I worked did not like that I am not well, but loved by the public. She also added that “all the world of color in this show was considered as a consumable and eventually released” – referring probably to the co-stars Orlando Jones, Lance Darnell Gross, and John Cho.
Adding that she “never wanted to talk about it before the resentment and bitterness out of my system,” Beharie said she was also ” labeled as problematic and blacklisted by some people.” “I tried to get a job afterwards and people were saying to me,” We heard that you were a difficult one ” “, she added, ” but nobody can say that I was late or unprofessional, or negative. “ She also claimed to have ” lost a lot of jobs and opportunities because of the way in which someone tagged me “. After having been killed off in the finale of season 3, the show survived only one more season before being cancelled. These days, Beharie says she “no longer registers as having an autoimmune disease” and that she is in a ” very good place “. She is currently starring in ” Miss Juneteenth “, which is now available on VOD.
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