Olivia Cooke remembers having a mental breakdown at age 22

There comes a point in every person’s life when they experience a mental breakdown, which has become very common nowadays. In an interview with The Observer, actress Olivia Cooke spoke about her mental health and the challenges she faces.

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the actress admitted that she suffered a “complete mental breakdown” at the age of 22.

In her 22nd year, she suffered a complete mental breakdown.

During an interview with The Observer, House of the Dragon actress Olivia Cooke discussed her mental health and how she deals with it. According to the actress, she went through a complete mental breakdown when she was 22 years old. A&E’s Bates Motel series, currently airing in Canada, has been described as a series of lonely moments for the 28-year-old actress.

“I’m very grateful for this job, but I spent a lot of time on it,” reveals Cook, who played Emma Decode on the Hitchcock-inspired drama that ran for five seasons from 2013 to 2017. “The timeline method worked, we all had different stories, I’ve spent a lot of my time in this apartment in Vancouver, where I work every two weeks.”

In 2016, she went through a very difficult period

According to the publication, she told the British publication that by 2016, the feeling of isolation had developed into full-blown depression. However, the Sound of the Metal star did not hold back from acting to take care of her mental health. The woman describes the complete breakdown of her mental state: “It was a great old-fashioned cocktail: homesickness and not knowing it, I haven’t stopped since I was eighteen, because I’m alone in big spaces. It was bad, bad. Terrible.”

“Oh, no, I was working all the way through,” Cook said when asked if he was simultaneously filming both Ready Player One and Thoroughbreds. “I was very good at hiding it. If I am like anything, let me run from myself.”

Who is Olivia Cooke?

Olivia Cooke is an actress from the United Kingdom. Perhaps the most famous aspect of her career is her roles in TV shows like Bates Motel and Vanityair and in films like Thoroughbreds and Ready Player One. She made her debut in the music video for One Direction’s Autumn Term tour in 2012, appearing on the back of Harry Styles in the music video.

As part of the production of the BBC miniseries Blackout and the BBC-produced adaptation of The Secret of Crickley Hall, Cook starred in two BBC-produced miniseries in 2012. In 2014, she made her debut as Emma DeCody in the television series Bates. Motel, a show based on Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho, and her role as Emma DeCody in The Quiet Ones. As of 2017, the show was scheduled to run through the end of the year.

There have been several films that Cooke has appeared in over the years, including Ouija, Me and Earl and The Dying Girl, The Limehouse Golem, Katie Says Goodbye, Thoroughbreds, and Steven Spielberg’s sci-fi epic Ready Player One. She has also had roles in films like Life Itself, Sound of Metal, Pixie, Littleish, and Naked Singularity, among others.

The actress played Becky Sharp, one of literature’s most famous characters, in the series adaptation of Vanityair that Cook starred in in 2017. In a series that appeared on Apple TV + earlier this year, Cooke was paired with Gary Oldman and Jack Lowden in Slow Horses.

There has been much discussion about Olivia Cooke’s role as Queen Aliscent Hightower and her upcoming role in the TV series House of the Dragon. In response, Cook said, “I loved this comparison because Cersei was my favorite character. Aliscent has a very dark side to her, but she also strives to achieve what she thinks is good, even though it is out of place.”

I was wondering if you’ve had a mental breakdown like Olivia, and if so, what your experiences have been, and how did you overcome them?