Actress Rose Byrne says shooting with talk show queen Oprah Winfrey for new TV series "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks" was a "surreal" moment for her.
Winfrey has shot for one particular scene in the series with Byrne.
"It was intense! It was a long day, but we wanted to do a good job and we were geared up to do it." Byrne told etonline.com.
"It was one of those strange surreal moments in your life but that's acting you know? I think I said that to (actress) Glenn Close a few times as well so I'm clearly cornering a market, telling legendary woman to eff off."
Byrne shared that she was, in fact, a little intimidated by Winfrey before she got to know her on the set.
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