Hebrew News – “Strange Things” star: “When I’m on set I focus on work”

Hebrew News – “Strange Things” star: “When I’m on set I focus on work”

“Strange Things” star: “When I’m on the set I focus on work”

The young actress Sadie Sink broke through after her role in the beloved and successful series, and now she also appears in a new film. She was recently interviewed and told about the path she went through, and how she never got used to fame and international success

Sadie Sink is only at the beginning of her career and she is already considered one of the most promising actresses in Hollywood. Much of this came following her breakthrough in the “Strange Things” series, and of course, her appearance in Taylor Swift’s music video. Now, Sink is also starring in the new film of director Darren Aronofsky (“Black Swan” and “Requiem for a Dream”). Now she says that the offer moved her especially. “I am a fan of his works, it was a huge honor for me,” she explained.

Sink is only twenty years old, and as mentioned already it seems that he appears everywhere. The new movie, “The Whale”, won three Oscar nominations this week, and it highlights the acting skills of the young star, and reminds the audience that she is undoubtedly an up-and-coming actress. “I have never made a film in this style. It’s a completely different experience and it puts quite a bit of pressure on me. But I’m very proud of this film,” she said.

As we know, Sink began her acting career at the age of seven, when she played in the local theater. She came to Broadway a few years later, where she played a lead role in the musical “Annie”. She concludes by saying that despite her successful career, she is still not quite getting used to the glamorous life. “When I’m on set I focus on work. Outside, I am always surprised by the crowd and the fans. I can’t get used to it. It’s still a shock to me, just like at the beginning.’

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