'Downton Abbey' star Jessica Brown Findlay regrets going topless
She earned worldwide recognition for her part as Lady Sybil Branson in "Downton Abbey," yet soon after that, Jessica Brown Findlay was a prospering star uncovering it all in her first lead part for the motion picture "Albatross."
A choice, she confirms, she wishes she never made.
Findlay opened up in another question about going topless on Polaroid, disclosing that she laments it and might never do it again.
The earlier Downton Abbey star had her first heading part in the 2011 picture "Albatross." The part needed her to show up unbridled and go topless. Thinking back on the part, Findlay confirms that she may have been so little it is not possible settle on this impactful choice, and, to the point that she may do things diversely in the event that she got a different risk.
"To be legitimate, 'Albatros' was naivete and not realizing that I was able to state no," she told the Radio Times. "I had no clue what was heading off to happen and thought I was heading off to be shot from behind."
"It's not something I might do again," she stated.
Findlay moreover had some other guidance for yearning actresses contemplating uncovering it for a film. "Depending on if you're heading off to do a naked scene, be trustworthy and characteristic," she exhorted. "The thought that actresses might work out at the rec center for a thousand hours beforehand… I was drinking pints and consuming burgers."
Findlay's afterward part is close by Will Smith, Russell Crowe, and Colin Ferrell in "Winter's Tale."