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Daphne Willens was on set with best known friends: 'Evelyn and Frances can always call me, even at night' |  showbiz

Daphne Willens was on set with best known friends: ‘Evelyn and Frances can always call me, even at night’ | showbiz

From ‘Spring’ to ‘De Rodenburgs’ to ‘Fair Trade’: At 33, actress Daphne Wellens can already offer a nice list of diverse roles. Now she can add Violet, one of the thirty-three in the all-new Streamz series F***You Very, Very Much. “Violet is a very greedy woman,” Daphne says. “With both Thais and in life (laughs). She wants everything out of her and she’s doing really well. She’s got a boyfriend, she’s got a lot of money, she’s got a nice home, she’s got a new baby. And yet she feels like she’s missing something in her life.” She goes in search of what can bring her peace, but this is where things go wrong: an affair begins and an alcohol problem develops. Violet is a character very far from me, but that’s what made her so interesting and interesting. I really got into it. When we were walking, I felt her devastated side. I even had to take care not to overdo it. Then all of a sudden I was smoking on the set while finding it very dirty. As an actress you are always looking for a relationship with a character, you need that to be able to believe it. But When you play a character who comes down like this, it is important as an actor to take good care of yourself. And so am I. By consciously seeking peace, for example. Because in my head it is often restless. I am full of creativity and ideas and want to do everything at once. But this kind of disorder is also a powerful source of energy.”

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