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Anya Taylor-Joy admits to being bullied at school for these reasons

She's thankful with her parentS for helped her to get through the harassment at high school

Anya Taylor-Joy
Anya Taylor-Joy

Anya Taylor-Joy is an actress rising to fame. She has already participated in various film projects such as "The Witch" and "The Queen's Gambit", which is why she has established a huge fan base that never tires of repeating how talented and beautiful she is.

Despite this, not many could see her value as a person in her school days, as the actress recently revealed during "The Drew Barrymore Show" that she was a victim of bullying when she was in high school and it was all due to her physical appearance.

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"I was very, very lucky with my parents because when they harassed me because of my appearance, my mother always said that you had to look inside people", the British explained to the host, "You look inside someone, you don't watch the class, you don't watch any of that. You don't look at what they do to make money, it's just if you like that person's heart. And I have to thank my mom for that, because she helped me a lot."

The bullying he received was largely due to his nationality, since the first years of her life she lived in Argentina and after moving to England until he was 14 years old when she moved to New York: "I didn't feel like I fit in anywhere. I was too English to be Argentine, too Argentine to be English, too American to be anything. My classmates didn't understand me. They locked me in the lockers."

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