|How do you feel when people recognise you on the street?
I'll let you know when it happens...
Hahhaha, I wish they did more. I love it, I feel important!
As an actor it's only happened once. It was a nice feeling. I woman recognized me from a showcase I did and complimented me on my performance. Everyone like to be told they've done a good job.
They don't yet...but some people think I am someone famous and I thank them and move on.
That is not happening yet.
I love it! It's only happened a few times, but I love it!
They don't usually. I'm my own character on the street.
To be honest, it doesn't happen very often! I think I've only twice been recognised, and both times I was flattered and embarrassed at the same time.
They don't Im not at that stage.
Doesn't happen much unless I am in a play and I run into someone from the audience at a cafe afterwards or they at the film festival when the films I am in is screened. People are usually very nice, I guess if I was terrible in a role I would hope they would tell me but usually they are very nice.
I'm ok with it, makes me feel good.
I don't have the public recognising me on the street from acting work; but I did when I had a fashion column.
I enjoy recognition from my peers; especially when it's someone who you've had no contact with before and they recognise you and know about you etc. I find that fascinating that people talk to each other.
I usually try to turn it back on them. Ask them what they do for a living, or, if I know them from years ago, try to ask questions about what they've been up to. I enjoy talking about my work, but sometimes people can blow it out of proportion.
I am lucky that at the moment I am not well known enough that I am recognised on the street. I know when I see well known actors on the streets of London I am surprised at how little recognition they get from the public but that could be because they mainly are involved in stage rather than screen. Personally I am not sure how I would react and we will just have to see.
When I have been recognised while in a play or on tour you take it in your stride - usually the person recognising you is an audience member and sometimes it is great to talk about how they saw the play.
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