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    Some people will hate on you (irl) even though it was a character you were playing

    oh and would you play a role with lots of dirty scenes in it?

    the show chewing gum is so raw/uncensored/ funny. I just could not rehearse the scenes on the show.. it's so awkward
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    (Original post by howtobealady)
    Some people will hate on you (irl) even though it was a character you were playing

    oh and would you play a role with lots of dirty scenes in it?

    the show chewing gum is so raw/uncensored/ funny. I just could not rehearse the scenes on the show.. it's so awkward
    ... Yes?

    Anyone who would seriously hate you for playing a fictional character is either mentally handicapped, or just plain stupid.
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    (Original post by howtobealady)
    Some people will hate on you (irl) even though it was a character you were playing

    oh and would you play a role with lots of dirty scenes in it?

    the show chewing gum is so raw/uncensored/ funny. I just could not rehearse the scenes on the show.. it's so awkward
    Well the irl person needs to chill, and yes to your answer. I feel that I'm more suited for a bad/evil character .
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    Anyone who genuinely hates an actor for portraying an evil person well is an idiot. But if you can do it convincingly enough that stupid people hate you then it probably means it's a good performance and therefore rational people will recognise you're good at it, so it doesn't really matter.
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    Sometimes the villains are better characters played by better actors than the protagonists. So yes, of course I would play a villain in anything if I had a chance. Of course the best villains have a fearsome physicality to them so IMO you can't be truly ferocious on screen/stage without being built like a tank, lol.
 
 
 
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