& # 39; It's frightening, it drives me crazy & # 39 ;: Chris Lilley acknowledges that despite the success of his TV shows, he struggles with fame … and reveals why he avoided Hollywood
The Australian comedian Chris Lilley is one of the most recognizable stars with a small screen, with hits such as Summer Heights High and Lunatics.
And now the 44-year-old has revealed his fame fight, the star admitting he & # 39; shy & # 39; used to be.
Speak up The podcast of last weekend with Theo Vonn, Chris revealed that instead of enjoying fame, he & # 39; scary & # 39; finds.
& # 39; It's scary, it drives me crazy & # 39 ;: Chris Lilley, 44, has revealed his fame after the success of his TV show, including Netflix special Lunatics. Here: in Melbourne, 2015
& # 39; I can't worry about it, & # 39; Chris said.
& # 39; I go to TV award nights and I think & # 39; what I do here, I am not part of this. Who are these people? & # 39; It really isn't my thing. & # 39;
He went on to say that the success of Lunatics' Netflix series has meant that fans are often stopped or paparazzi pop up.
& # 39; I go to TV Awards evenings and I think: & # 39; What am I doing here? I am not part of this. Who are these people? It really isn't my thing, & Chris said. Here in Sydney, 2014
& # 39; It's scary when you hear them and see the camera and stuff. Makes me crazy. & # 39;
Chris has received international recognition for his characters, with Summer Heights High sold to the US HBO network and BBC in the UK.
The comic is also praised by big names such as Katy Perry, musician Justin Bieber and actress Lindsay Lohan.
Elsewhere, Chris continued to talk about why he never tried to conquer Hollywood after agents contacted him after his initial success.
& # 39; I'm just driven by another thing, namely creating something out of nothing and then seeing through the whole process & # 39 ;, said Chris. Here in series, Yes & # 39; mie: Private School Girl
& # 39; [After we can be heroes] In the United States, all agents start calling people and say & # 39; you need to make a movie here & # 39;. & # 39;
He went on to say that he felt that it would be too much involvement from other people, making him uncomfortable.
& # 39; I didn't want to go to auditions and stuff. That scene, & he said.
& # 39; I'm just driven by another thing, namely creating something out of nothing and then seeing through the whole process. & # 39;
Tell everything: Chris appeared on the podcast of fellow comedian Theo Vonn, where the American comedian admitted that he was a fan of the Australian comic
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