Lea Michele became 'entitled' when she joined Glee says co-star
Glee actress Lea Michele has faced a number of accusations of poor behaviour from former co-stars over the past few weeks after actress Samantha Ware said that Michele had made her experience playing Jane Hayward on the show's final season a "living hell".
Ware said that Michele had used "micro-aggressions" against her, with fellow Glee star Heather Morris, who played Brittany Pierce, also calling Michele "unpleasant" to work with.
Actor Craig Ramsay, who starred alongside Michele on Broadway show Fiddler On The Roof, has now given his own view on the actress, calling her "entitled" during an interview on podcast Behind The Velvet Rope.
After host David Yontef mentioned that Ramsay had worked with Michele on the stage show, Ramsay laughed and said, "I just didn't want to hear Lea Michele's name in this interview. At all."
After Yontef said, "Oh, really?" Ramsay explained, "I think she's a despicable, horrible human being. I think she has lost touch with reality."
He confirmed that he starred in Fiddler alongside her, adding that "as far as Lea Michele is concerned she's one of the most entitled people I have ever come across in this business."
The actor revealed that he was in the room when Michele received the phone call confirming her casting as Rachel Berry in Glee and said that the news changed her behaviour dramatically.
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"I think the entitlement just took over her body," he said. "She was possessed with ...
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