Netflix One Day star Ambika Mod reveals weird sleeping trait
Netflix‘s One Day star Ambika Mod has revealed her very unusual and considerably creepy sleeping behavior.
The 29-year-old actress, who shot to fame reverse Ben Whishaw in This Is Going to Hurt, confessed when she goes to mattress at night time she bizarrely sleeps together with her eyes open.
Appearing on The Graham Norton Show on Friday night, Ambika tried to inform an anecdote, nevertheless the initially story was sidetracked after she revealed to the host and his company that she by no means closes her eyes and really struggles to close her eyelid.
Beginning her story she began: ‘Whenever I tell this story, I say that I was in bed and my eyes, like popped open, but I sleep with my eyes open so they just sort of widened slightly.’
Interrupting her immediately, comedian Josh Widdicombe interjected as he picked up on the major detail as he exclaimed: ‘Sorry, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa!’
Netflix One Day star Ambika Mod, 29, has revealed her weird sleeping trait as she freaks host Graham Norton and his fellow company out with the creepy behavior
The actress confessed she by no means closes her eyes and really struggles to close her eyelid as she demonstrated how her eyes roll again into her head when she sleeps
As Graham shouted: ‘Stop the bus!’, Josh added: ‘Why have we done the rest of the show and not started with this bit?’
Seemingly believing her behavior wasn’t too extraordinary, Ambika confessed: ‘I sleep with my eyes open’.
She then clarified: ‘Not like Gandalf,’ as she pointed at Sir Ian McKellen who she additionally joined on the couch alongside Michael Sheen.
Refusing to let the revelation lie, the visitor probed Ambika for extra particulars as they urged her to elucidate additional.
‘I don’t know what else there may be to say! I sleep with my eyes open. It’s not totally, it is extra like…’ Ambika then rolled her eyes into the again of her head as she demonstrated what she seems like sleeping.
As the viewers laughed, Josh teased: ‘Oh, so it’s nothing bizarre then?’
The star then admitted she has all the time carried out it since she was a baby.
‘My mum says I used to do it as a baby and she was a bit freaked out by it, but she just, sort of, you know, she was like… it’s most likely nice.’
As Graham shouted: ‘Stop the bus!’, Josh added: ‘Why have we done the rest of the show and not started with this bit?’ as they had been each floored and horrified by the revelation
Seemingly believing her behavior wasn’t too extraordinary, Ambika confessed: ‘I sleep with my eyes open….‘I don’t know what else there may be to say!’ earlier than she admitted she has carried out it since she was a child
Ambika was joined on the couch by actor Sir Ian McKellen, Michael Sheen, comic Josh Widdicombe and singer Gabrielle
Ambika’s newest function sees her star as Emma Morley within the sequence adaptation of David Nicholl’s novel One Day alongside co-star Leo Woodall
Ambika continued: ‘I actually find it really hard to close my eyes fully. I feel like my eyelids aren’t large enough for my eyeballs.
‘If I do that [closes her eyes], I’m actually actively fascinated by it. Like, if I’m simply relaxed, I’m type of like [closes eyes halfway].’
Delving deeper into the quirky trait she defined that she ‘has really dry eyes’, at which level Graham joked: ‘What are we doing here? We should be making a Channel 5 documentary!’
It comes after Ambika completely revealed to the Mail that she refused the function at first and turned the half down.
The star defined she discovered it was a ‘massive, massive undertaking’ given Emma was beforehand performed by a white actress.
She stated: ‘It was definitely originally written as white and previously played by a white actress. I’m actually excited to deliver one thing new to the function, I hope that younger ladies who don’t see themselves on display screen that always see that it’s doable.
Ambika admitted she wouldn’t have landed the function ten years in the past on account of her pores and skin color, saying: ‘I’m very totally different to Anne Hathaway, so I used to be by no means anxious about that. Just the truth that I’m not white and I’m attending to play Emma.
‘I don’t suppose that might have occurred ten years in the past. That in itself is a technique to modernise the story.’