Don’t call her “Thandy” Newton, the British actress, star of the series Westworld, Shona has decided to return to the original spelling of her first name in the South African language, “Thandive”, “Dear”, she said in an interview with the UK edition of the magazine Vogue Published Sunday.
The daughter of a British lab technician and Zimbabwean princess, Tandive Newton, said the spelling of her first name was changed in the merits of her first performance for the film. Flirting Since 1991, she has only been 16 years old.
Now’s the star Westworld Returns to his original first name.
“This is my name. It’s always my name. I’m taking it back,” she told the magazine.
Father Newton has long fought against the cause of women and sexual harassment. She spoke out against racist and sexual harassment in Hollywood.
In an interview with Vogue, the actress stated that she is a director Flirting, John Duigan asked her to take a “slightly darker” skin tone for the role and reiterated the allegations that the 39-year-old director had entered into a relationship of a sexual nature, which she described in the film. “Forced”.
She also recalled other racist and sexual incidents, including the director who sexually harassed her before showing the video of the incident to others.
“I was hurt,” the actress told the magazine.
Father Newton also speaks honestly about his struggle with eating disorder, calling it “the most horrible dance ever to bring life.”