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She’s making some not very good decisions and her behaviour isn’t great, and the way she’s treating people isn’t great.She’s trying so hard, but it comes out to the people she loves in a way that’s not very nice.
Recognized in 2012 by Screen International as one of its Stars of Tomorrow, he has been lauded as one of the United Kingdom's "most promising young actors." Growing up in Greater Manchester, Mirallegro attended the Manchester School of Acting as a teenager, and came to public attention after being chosen at age sixteen for his role in Hollyoaks.
He said: “Sharon did this thing where she put a bit of fur under her pants, so when I put my hand there it was like a baby lion.
That broke up the tension a little bit."Mirallegro added that the sex scenes weren’t embarrassing to film.“They don’t bother me, as long as both of you know what you’re doing and you’re comfortable,” he said.
Set in the ’90s and based on the real life of author Rae Earl, the show explores everything from sex, friendship and families to the most serious and scary aspects of mental health.
The final episode of the second series airs tonight, so we chatted with Sharon Rooney, who stars as Rae, to find out what the heroine has learned over the past few weeks, why she’s being so mean to her mates and exactly what it’s like to be at work and talking about fingering with Nico Mirallegro.
Especially with her mum, she’s not very nice to her mum.
DB: It looks like Rae is hurting the people closest to her to see how much they can take.I think a lot of teens do this – do you think Rae’s age has anything to do this, or is it something we all need to watch out for?SR: It’s true what they say – you always take it out on the people you love the most, and Rae’s obviously a teenager so she’s got all these hormones and emotions, and then she’s got her illness on top of all that.”The two star as on-screen couple in the drama, who recently broke up because Rae thought Finn was too good for her.Speaking at the Royal Television Society Awards last night, Mirallegro said he wanted the show’s audience to understand that relationships are not based on looks.“I don’t think Finn is too good looking for Rae at all,” he told The Independent.“I want the audience to think that Finn understands Rae and that’s the type of girl he’s looking for and they both get on with each other in the same way and both love each other’s company, and they love music and all that kind of thing.”My Mad Fat Diary continues on E4 at 10pm on Monday.Mirallegro performed major roles in the BBC Radio 4 dramas Orpheus and Eurydice (2015), and 79 Birthdays (2016).