Normal People's Daisy Edgar-Jones reveals her struggle to process fame

Last Modified: 9th Sep

Actress Daisy Edgar-Jones of the BBC series Normal People fame revealed that it's been 'strange' for her to experience her new level of fame while at home during the lockdown.

The 22-year-old who plays Marianne Sheridan shared with Dermot O'Leary on Radio 2 show about the success of the series and admitted it's hard to process it all.

Paul Mescal, Daisy Edgar-Jones are teen loves in Normal People (Image: BBC)

“It has been strange experiencing it all from my bedroom. I haven’t been able to really kind of process the fact that I can see articles online talking about me, it feels a bit like a simulated video game on my phone. It’s very surreal."

The actress who is currently dating actor Tom Varey also has a famous father. Her Scottish father Philip Edgar-Jones is one of the founders of the reality TV show Big Brother and is the current Director of Sky Arts and Head of Entertainment at Sky.

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Daisy Edgar-Jones was born as Daisy Jessica Edgar-Jones to a Northern Irish mother Wendy Edgar-Jones, an editor on TV dramas, and a Scottish father Philip Edgar-Jones, the current Director of Sky Arts and Head of Entertainment at Sky...Full Bio

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